Welcome to Henley-on-Thames, one of the most beautiful towns in England
If you live outside of Henley and you would like help in planning your visit, our Visitor Information staff will offer friendly advice on things to do in Henley as well as in the surrounding area and further afield. We can also help with accommodation, and let you know about walks, cycle rides, local transport, river trips and places to eat and shop.
Henley By Train: There are regular First Great Western branch line services from Twyford with connections from Reading and London Paddington. Henley Station is located 5 minutes walk from the River Thames and Town Centre.
Henley by Bus: There are regular services to and from Maidenhead, High Wycombe, Reading and Wallingford.
Henley Car Club: Henley Town Council and Co-Wheels have launched a new Henley Car Club. Two cars (Toyota Yaris Hybrids) are available to book. To find out more click here. Co Wheels is a pay-as-you-go car hire scheme, with vehicles available to hire in convenient locations across the UK.
Henley by Car: The town is only 30 miles from central London and a short drive from Windsor, Reading and Oxford. It is easily accessible from the M4, M40, A4130 and A4155.
Parking in Henley: Visitors are encouraged to use the long term Car Parks at Henley Station and Dry Leas (Henley Rugby Club). The town centre and Riverside are only 5 minutes walk from these car parks. Find out more information here.
For information about Parking at Mill Meadows click here.
The Trainline can be helpful to bring together all rail, coach and other travel services into one experience and with real-time travel info on the go.
The Henley Hopper: Is the Henley Town Bus Service. For more information click here.
Henley-on-Thames is known around the world for the Royal Regatta, yet it is seen more often on TV screens in over 100 countries as one of the locations for the fictional county of Midsomer in the classic show Midsomer Murders, known in much of the world as Barnaby.
Fans of Detective Barnaby will recognise many of the filming locations within the town and surrounding villages from their appearances in numerous episodes.
Centrally located with all the facilities you would expect in a thriving market town, Henley is an ideal base for an extended stay in Midsomer.