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Places to visit

Places to visit

There are many interesting places to visit in the Lymington and New Forest area, including stately homes, wildlife parks, activity centres and of course the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu.
There are many interesting places to visit in the Lymington and New Forest area, including stately homes, wildlife parks, activity centres and of course the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu. Less

5. Adventure Wonderland

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Rides and attractions. Wild Thing indoor play area. Meet the characters. Refreshments. 
Christchurch

6. Bournemouth Aviation Museum

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Our aim is to provide an interesting and informative visit for people of all ages and to share the enjoyment of the exciting world of aviation. Our museum is a truly hands-on experience. We have many interactive exhibits with most of our… 
Christchurch

7. Braxton Gardens and Tea Rooms

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Small family run gardens with tea room and plant nursery. 
Lymington

01590 643633

8. Brownsea Island

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Discover the secret world of Brownsea Island. The inspiration for many a story by children’s writer Enid Blyton, there is plenty to discover on Brownsea Island and at a mile long and just under a mile wide, a walk around the island is… 
Poole

9. Eling Tide Mill Experience

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Eling Tide Mill has stood at the centre of life in Eling for centuries. For 900 years millers have been harnessing the power of the tides in Eling Creek to grind wheat into flour. Today the Grade II* listed tide mill (c. 1785), surrounding riverside 
Totton

023 8086 9575

10. Exbury Gardens

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200 acre gardens with steam railway, world-famous for the Rothschild Collection of rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias and rare trees and shrubs. Adventure play area, tea rooms. Regular events. 
Southampton

023 8089 1203

11. Fort Nelson

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Royal armouries. Restored Victorian fortress housing a big gun collection and displays tracing artillery development. 
Portchester

12. Furzey Gardens

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Delightful 10 acre garden with tea room near Minstead, in the heart of the New Forest. Established in 1922 and renowned for its beauty all year round. RHS Chelsea 2012 show garden GOLD award winners. Fairy doors for children to find.  
Minstead

023 8081 2297

13. Hengistbury Head

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Hengistbury Head is a headland jutting into the English Channel between Bournemouth and Mudeford. It is a site of international importance in terms of its archaeology and is scheduled as an Ancient Monument. Declared a Local Nature Reserve… 
Bournemouth

14. Hurst Castle

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Hurst Castle provides a remote escape by the sea with plenty of things to do and see! Built by Henry VIII it was one of the most advanced artillery fortresses in England. 
Keyhaven

15. Knoll Gardens

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Recently featured on BBC Gardeners’ World, Knoll Gardens is a nationally recognised naturalistic garden and nursery, specialising in ornamental grasses.  
Wimborne

16. Lepe Country Park

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Attractive beaches, coastal walks and unique heritage. 
Fawley

17. Longdown Activity Farm

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There’s farmyard fun for the whole family at Longdown Activity Farm. Join in with a daily schedule of hands-on activities including bottle-feeding kid goats and calves, baby animal encounter and pig feeding (no extra charges for animal… 
Ashurst

18. Marwell Zoo

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Explore Marwell Zoo and get closer to the wonders of the natural world. 100s of animals – including giraffes, tigers & penguins. 140 acre park, train and 5 adventure playgrounds. Daily talks and animal feeds + cafés and gifts. 
Winchester

19. Monkey World

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Monkey World assists governments around the world to stop the smuggling of primates from the wild. At the Centre refugees of this illegal trade as well as those that have suffered abuse or neglect are rehabilitated into natural living groups. 
Wareham

20. Moors Valley Country Park

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Moors Valley Country Park covers 750 acres in the valley of the Moors River. There is so much to do, a steam railway, 18 hole golf course, walks and cycle trails and a chance to swing amongst the trees with Go Ape. 
nr Ringwood