Kearsney station serves the adjacent villages of Temple Ewell and River.
Kearsney Abbey Park and Russell Gardens are picturesque and historic
landscaped parks on the River Dour, ½ mile from the station.
Kearsney is pronounced 'Kurz-nee'.
A reserve of chalk downland and ancient grassland, rich in wildflowers (including orchids)
and a good place to see butterflies and other insects. There are good views from the Reserve.
Paths are steep and uneven in places and may be slippery when wet.
A map at the entrance gate shows the extent of the Reserve. Admission free.
Open at all times but best visited May-Aug.
A restored and working Georgian watermill with six floors of exhibits and milling machinery.
Café. Tel. 01304 823292.
Open Easter-Sep, Sun 1100-1600. See website for events days.
A museum of many forms of vintage transport including cars and motorcycles. Displays include vintage shop fronts.
Model railway. Café. Tel. 01304 822409.
Open Apr-Oct, WSSu & BH 1030-1700. Nov-Mar, Sun 1030-1500.