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Winnie the Pooh at Hundred Acre Wood

Hundred Acre Tour - £200 (up to 5 people)

Tour Itinerary

10.30 approx.

East Grinstead/Crowborough

Arrive on train at East Grinstead from London Victoria or Crowborough from London Bridge. Potted History Tours’ unique London taxi will collect you from the station.
11.00

Gills Lap

Arrive at Gills Lap (Galleons Leap in the Winnie the Pooh stories). See the memorial to A.A. Milne and E.H. Shepard, and look out at the enchanted place at the top of the forest.
11.30

Hundred Acre Wood

Back in the trusty taxi for a short drive to Cotchford Farm, where A.A. Milne and his family lived while the stories were written, then on to One Hundred Acre Wood, and a walk down the hill to Pooh Sticks Bridge.
12.00

Picnic

A teddy bears' picnic in the woods near the bridge, followed by some exploring and tree-climbing.
14.00

Hartfield

Off to the village of Hartfield for a visit to the Pooh Corner tea shop.
15.00

East Grinstead/Crowborough

Leave Hartfield for the return journey to East Grinstead or Crowborough and the train back to London.

Winnie the Pooh at Hundred Acre Wood

Ashdown Forest in the Weald of Kent is the setting for the world famous and much-loved Winnie the Pooh stories. A.A. Milne and his family lived at nearby Cotchford Farm from 1925, where the author used recognisable parts of the forest as the setting for the Hundred Acre Wood.

You can walk through the forest (choosing a short or long route) and visit Pooh Sticks bridge, the Enchanted Place, Eeyore’s sad and gloomy place and the Heffalump Trap.

To make your visit more memorable, why not enjoy a yummy teddy bears' picnic, surrounded by the beautiful woods Christopher Robin grew up in.
Winnie The Pooh

Tickets Pricing & Booking

Hundred Acre Tour - £200.00 (up to 5 adults)
20% deposit payable at time of booking.

Did You Know...

Christopher Robin named his bear after Winnie, a Canadian black bear that lived at London Zoo, and a swan named “Pooh” that the family encountered on holiday.