The heart of the Woking Food and Drink Festival is held in Woking Town Centre, adjacent to Woking Shopping centres.

This festival features over 80 stalls and spread across the town centre incorporating Jubilee Square, Commercial Way, Mercia Walk, Market Walk, Gloucester Walk and Gloucester Square.

Visitor attractions

The festival is just a few minutes walk from Woking Train Station and key other attractions, including:

Places to stay

Woking is home to a range of national and international hotel chains, which suit all budgets.

Travel information

By rail

Woking benefits from a direct mainline rail service to London Waterloo and fast, regular services to the south and south-west of England, including locations such as Guildford, Basingstoke and Portsmouth.

Trains depart to and from London at least every 10 minutes throughout the day and the journey to Woking takes under half an hour.

South Western Railway online information.

By road and parking

Woking Town Centre is within 10 minutes’ drive of the M25, M3 and A3. Parking is plentiful in Woking and is well signposted on the major routes into the town.


Off street car parks

On-street parking

Please note that controlled parking zones operate in Woking Borough, which restrict on-street parking in the main town centre and residential areas.

By bus

Woking is serviced by a comprehensive bus network managed by Surrey County Council. Find out more about bus services to and from Woking here

National Express runs the Railair Coach to Heathrow, as well as others to locations further afield.