Bourne Hall Park is situated in the centre of Ewell Village. The main pedestrian entrance is at the junction of the High Street and Spring Street and there are other entrances from the car park in Spring Street, the Health Centre and off Chessington Road. The park is locked half an hour before sunset or at 9pm, whichever is earlier, and re-opened by 8am Monday to Friday and 9am at weekends.
Bourne Hall Park has many interesting tree and plant species. There is a beautiful lake with a fountain and other ornamental features. You can see ducks, coots, swans and other aquatic birds on the lake. Bourne Hall itself is a unique building well worth a visit.
The park has been open to the public since 1970 when the current building was opened as a local library, museum and facility. This replaced a large eighteenth century house on the site, known as Garbrand Hall, which had fallen into disuse; it was last used as a school. If you have a question relating to its history, please call Bourne Hall Museum on 020 8394 1734.
Volunteers and Community Groups
If you would like more information about the Friends of Epsom & Ewell Parks group, please contact us on 01372 732000.
There are many species of trees and plants which provide habitats for animals, birds and insects. We are compiling a species list for the park so if you spot an animal, bird or plant of special interest, please email us describing your find.