Welcome To Henley Adventure Golf
Discover Henley’s past as you navigate your way around 18 holes of adventure golf fun.
Take the plunge on a journey around Henley right here on the bank of the River Thames. With 18 holes of adventure golf fun, you’ll navigate your ball around Henley’s landmarks. Play past Friar Park, the home of Beatles’ member George Harrison, and over his iconic Fender Stratocaster; see the beautiful Temple Island; be careful not to lose your ball in the Thames as you hit it over Henley Bridge; have a photo with Matthew Pinsent and Steve Redgrave and see one of their actual rowing boats.
Our course is fully-accessible and great fun for all ages, and Henley’s picturesque riverfront is the perfect backdrop, so come down and see if you can get a hole in one!
The Fun Stuff
Begin your journey through Henley with a straight-forward Par 2 to get you settled in and a feel for the course.
Running parallel to Mill Meadows, Catherine’s Island is a prominent landmark splitting the River Thames. Hole 2, based on Catherine’s Island, is u-shaped with the island represented by a large planter.
Play past our miniature Kenton through a course with all the drama, suspense and fun of an evening at one of the UK’s oldest working theatres.
Henley Town Hall
Continue your journey through Henley’s historic Grade 11 listed Town Hall. The Town hall dates from the 13th century with the current neoclassical style structure completed in 1796.
The Need To Know Stuff
|Winter (From 1st Nov-1st April)||Monday to Friday CLOSED
Saturday and Sunday 11am - 5pm
|Summer||Open daily 10am till late|
Groups And Parties
Assemble your crew for some friendly rivalry. For group bookings of seven or more, contact us at:
Prices To Play
|Junior (4-17)/ Student/OAP*||£7|
|Family (up to 2 adults and 3 children)||£29|
|Aged 3 and under||FREE|
|*Student ID required|
**Don’t forget to bring along your proof of identity and proof of address, such as a utility bill and passport, or a driving licence.
Plan Your Journey
BY CAR: We encourage everyone to come by public transport if possible. However, parking is available next to the course at Mill Meadows car park. The car park can be very busy, so be sure to arrive in plenty of time. If the car park is full, try the public car park at the River & Rowing Museum located further down at Mill Meadows.
BY TRAIN / BUS: The course is a three minute from Henley train station, just a short journey from both London and Reading. There are also regular bus services from Oxford, Reading and High Wycombe.
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