Farnborough is well served by London's collection of airports. For travellers coming directly to Farnborough, the most convenient (in reducing order of convenience) are:
Farnborough Airfield , base of operation of two of the largest private Jet hire companies in the UK
Heathrow Airport is about 40 minutes drive down the M4 (westbound) motorway, M25 (anticlockwise) and M3 (westbound).
Luton Airport is about 50 minutes drive away via the M1 (southbound), M25 (westbound) and M3 (westbound) motorways. Luton Airport Parkway connects the airport to Kings Cross station every 35 minutes, the tube to London Waterloo station and then follow the directions below.
Gatwick Airport is about an hours drive away via the M23 (northbound), M25 (clockwise) and M3 (westbound) motorways.
Farnborough is served by the M3 motorway (US English:freeway) which runs from London to Southampton. It is about an hour's drive from central London. The best junction to use for Farnborough is junction 4 or 4a and then follow the signs.
Farnborough Abbey built by Empress Eugenie this is the burial place of Napoleon III, Emperor of the French, and his wife, Eugénie de Montijo, and their son, Napoléon Eugène. Also the home of Benedictine monks.
The crypt of St Peter's Old Parish Church  is believed to house the remains of many of the Earls of Anglesey.