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Beach
Hengistbury Head Beach is a south-facing pebble beach with the imposing clay and ironstone cliff as a back drop. There is plenty of parking as well as toilets and a café
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Hengistbury Head Beach
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Hengistbury Head Beach is a south-facing pebble beach with the imposing clay and ironstone cliff as a back drop. There is plenty of parking as well as toilets and a café
A short walk down steep cliffs will bring you to the beach, which is clean, safe and sandy and offers pleasant views of the Isle of Wight. The sandy beach with shingle is ideal for body boarding and bathing and there is a RNLI Lifeguard service during July and August. There is a pay and display car park at Highcliffe Cliff Top, where charges apply between April and September. There are also toilet and café facilities on the cliff top. There is no disabled access to the beach due to a series of steep, gravel paths. The beach is close to Christchurch Coastal Path which runs the full length of the Christchurch coastline from Chewton Bunny to Mudeford Quay. Directions from the house. You can either drive to the carpark or walk. Left from the house to Western Avenue to the end. Right onto Marine Drive West and through the gate into Naish Holiday camp. (check gate closing times) Keep the sea side of the buildings until almost to the tree-line. Then cut through onto a road or path until you see a sign and path for residents to use to access the beach. The path leads through the trees, downhill and into an open space. Follow the open space towards the sea; right turn for the Highcliffe Beach.
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Highcliffe Beach
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A short walk down steep cliffs will bring you to the beach, which is clean, safe and sandy and offers pleasant views of the Isle of Wight. The sandy beach with shingle is ideal for body boarding and bathing and there is a RNLI Lifeguard service during July and August. There is a pay and display car park at Highcliffe Cliff Top, where charges apply between April and September. There are also toilet and café facilities on the cliff top. There is no disabled access to the beach due to a series of steep, gravel paths. The beach is close to Christchurch Coastal Path which runs the full length of the Christchurch coastline from Chewton Bunny to Mudeford Quay. Directions from the house. You can either drive to the carpark or walk. Left from the house to Western Avenue to the end. Right onto Marine Drive West and through the gate into Naish Holiday camp. (check gate closing times) Keep the sea side of the buildings until almost to the tree-line. Then cut through onto a road or path until you see a sign and path for residents to use to access the beach. The path leads through the trees, downhill and into an open space. Follow the open space towards the sea; right turn for the Highcliffe Beach.
Avon Beach, Mudeford, CHRISTCHURCH, Dorset, BH23 4AN 01425272162 Avon Beach is great for families with small children and people with disabilities as it has its own beach level car park. The beach is award-winning with clear waters and wholesome environment it is no wonder why this area is popular. After spending time on the beach, you can walk along to Mudeford Quay and if you have time, cross over to Hengistbury Head. A designated bathing beach apart from the area in front of the car park which is allocated for water sports. Beach level entrance to promenade and beach via Avon Beach car park or via Gundimore Promenade from Mudeford Quay. Café, restaurant and beach shop. Beach huts for hire. Nearest car park is Avon Beach adjacent to the beach. Additional parking at Avon Run Road car park. Lifeguard service during July and August
Avon Beach
Avon Beach, Mudeford, CHRISTCHURCH, Dorset, BH23 4AN 01425272162 Avon Beach is great for families with small children and people with disabilities as it has its own beach level car park. The beach is award-winning with clear waters and wholesome environment it is no wonder why this area is popular. After spending time on the beach, you can walk along to Mudeford Quay and if you have time, cross over to Hengistbury Head. A designated bathing beach apart from the area in front of the car park which is allocated for water sports. Beach level entrance to promenade and beach via Avon Beach car park or via Gundimore Promenade from Mudeford Quay. Café, restaurant and beach shop. Beach huts for hire. Nearest car park is Avon Beach adjacent to the beach. Additional parking at Avon Run Road car park. Lifeguard service during July and August
Museum & Family Fun
The idea for this museum started in 1952 by the Montagu family. From 5 cars then, it now has over 500 different cars and exhibits including themed collections; James Bond’s cars, Top Gear cars to name a few plus TV / screen vehicles. The museum has the earliest motor carriages to family classic saloons, motorcycles and motoring memorabilia. Another area of the museum has some legendary F1 cars and land speed record breakers as well examples of pioneering motoring for the historians to view. There is a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities to keep everyone entertained. As well there is the Palace House to explore.
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National Motor Museum, Beaulieu
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The idea for this museum started in 1952 by the Montagu family. From 5 cars then, it now has over 500 different cars and exhibits including themed collections; James Bond’s cars, Top Gear cars to name a few plus TV / screen vehicles. The museum has the earliest motor carriages to family classic saloons, motorcycles and motoring memorabilia. Another area of the museum has some legendary F1 cars and land speed record breakers as well examples of pioneering motoring for the historians to view. There is a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities to keep everyone entertained. As well there is the Palace House to explore.
On the banks of the Beaulieu River, in the heart of the New Forest, you will find the peaceful haven of Buckler's Hard which remains untouched by the passage of time. Once a thriving shipbuilding village where ships for Nelson's fleet at Trafalgar were built, now Buckler's Hard is a tranquil haven, perfect for escaping the hustle and bustle of modern life. Discover the history of the village in the Maritime Museum, take a step inside a historic shipwright's cottage, or simply amble down the high street to watch the boats sailing by on the Beaulieu River, where you can catch a river cruise from Easter to September. There plenty for everyone to do here; history and hand’s on experiences too. A walk along the river, through the woodland from Beaulieu to the Hard is a leisurely 2-mile walk (one way).
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Bucklers Hard
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On the banks of the Beaulieu River, in the heart of the New Forest, you will find the peaceful haven of Buckler's Hard which remains untouched by the passage of time. Once a thriving shipbuilding village where ships for Nelson's fleet at Trafalgar were built, now Buckler's Hard is a tranquil haven, perfect for escaping the hustle and bustle of modern life. Discover the history of the village in the Maritime Museum, take a step inside a historic shipwright's cottage, or simply amble down the high street to watch the boats sailing by on the Beaulieu River, where you can catch a river cruise from Easter to September. There plenty for everyone to do here; history and hand’s on experiences too. A walk along the river, through the woodland from Beaulieu to the Hard is a leisurely 2-mile walk (one way).
The mound-top keep or great tower here was part of a large Norman castle that once dominated the town of Christchurch in Dorset. Nearby is the 12th century riverside chamber block known as the Norman House, one of the few remaining examples of domestic Norman architecture in England. Built in about 1160, it provided grand and comfortable living quarters for the lord of Christchurch. The tall circular Norman chimney is a particularly rare survival. Two parts of Christchurch Castle survive – a typical early 12th-century motte-and-bailey castle, and a chamber block now known as the Norman House. The area between them, now a bowling green, was once the defended courtyard or bailey of the castle, and would have been filled with buildings. Begun in 1100 under the de Redvers family, the castle passed to the Crown in 1293, and was attacked during the Civil War by Parliamentarian troops before being dismantled in 1651. The Norman House is one of the few surviving examples of Norman domestic architecture in England. Visitors can visit anytime in daylight hours. A dirt path runs around the base of the keep, suitable for buggies and wheelchairs. There is a steep climb up to the remains for those who wish to explore further. There is a charged car park within three-minute walk of the site.
Christchurch Castle and Norman House
Castle Castle Street
The mound-top keep or great tower here was part of a large Norman castle that once dominated the town of Christchurch in Dorset. Nearby is the 12th century riverside chamber block known as the Norman House, one of the few remaining examples of domestic Norman architecture in England. Built in about 1160, it provided grand and comfortable living quarters for the lord of Christchurch. The tall circular Norman chimney is a particularly rare survival. Two parts of Christchurch Castle survive – a typical early 12th-century motte-and-bailey castle, and a chamber block now known as the Norman House. The area between them, now a bowling green, was once the defended courtyard or bailey of the castle, and would have been filled with buildings. Begun in 1100 under the de Redvers family, the castle passed to the Crown in 1293, and was attacked during the Civil War by Parliamentarian troops before being dismantled in 1651. The Norman House is one of the few surviving examples of Norman domestic architecture in England. Visitors can visit anytime in daylight hours. A dirt path runs around the base of the keep, suitable for buggies and wheelchairs. There is a steep climb up to the remains for those who wish to explore further. There is a charged car park within three-minute walk of the site.
Christchurch Priory is said to be the longest church in England, measuring 95 metres and the building dates back to 1094. The priory consists of 24 secular canons and it was recorded in the Domesday book back in the eleventh century. It was probably built on the site of a much earlier church. Building started in 1094 and took may years and families to what you see today was completed in 1530. In 1999 a window celebrating theine hundredth anniversary of Christchurch Priory was installed. It shows a starry night dominated by a cross, which is surrounded by a pattern of circles to symbolise eternity and perfection. The Priory has a ring of 12 bells plus a 6th flat. The Bells are rung twice on Sundays and Monday nights and for extra services. They are in the Key of D and the Tenor (largest) weighs 30cwt (1½ Tons). The two oldest bells in the ring were cast in 1376.
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Christchurch Priory
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Christchurch Priory is said to be the longest church in England, measuring 95 metres and the building dates back to 1094. The priory consists of 24 secular canons and it was recorded in the Domesday book back in the eleventh century. It was probably built on the site of a much earlier church. Building started in 1094 and took may years and families to what you see today was completed in 1530. In 1999 a window celebrating theine hundredth anniversary of Christchurch Priory was installed. It shows a starry night dominated by a cross, which is surrounded by a pattern of circles to symbolise eternity and perfection. The Priory has a ring of 12 bells plus a 6th flat. The Bells are rung twice on Sundays and Monday nights and for extra services. They are in the Key of D and the Tenor (largest) weighs 30cwt (1½ Tons). The two oldest bells in the ring were cast in 1376.
The New Forest Heritage Centre is an essential part of your visit to the Forest. Set in the heart of the National Park in Lyndhurst, you'll find a fascinating Museum, Gift Shop, Reference Library, Exhibition Gallery and friendly staff to answer all your questions about the New Forest and how to best enjoy it. The Museum is packed full of information and fun activities. Enjoy the sights and sounds of the Beaulieu Road Pony Sales and step back in time into our traditional Cob Cottage. Don't miss the new Family Fun Tree in the heart of the Museum. You can learn how to detect animals in our Poo Corner game, listen to the sounds of wild and commoner owned animals, marvel at gigantic creepy crawlies and indulge in some good old-fashioned bark rubbing.
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New Forest Heritage Centre Museum
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The New Forest Heritage Centre is an essential part of your visit to the Forest. Set in the heart of the National Park in Lyndhurst, you'll find a fascinating Museum, Gift Shop, Reference Library, Exhibition Gallery and friendly staff to answer all your questions about the New Forest and how to best enjoy it. The Museum is packed full of information and fun activities. Enjoy the sights and sounds of the Beaulieu Road Pony Sales and step back in time into our traditional Cob Cottage. Don't miss the new Family Fun Tree in the heart of the Museum. You can learn how to detect animals in our Poo Corner game, listen to the sounds of wild and commoner owned animals, marvel at gigantic creepy crawlies and indulge in some good old-fashioned bark rubbing.
Highcliffe Castle is not only a beautiful and historical building, but the surrounding grounds are perfect for a relaxing stroll or a family picnic on the lawns. There is direct access to both a wonderful sandy beach and the unspoilt nature reserve of nearby Steamer Point. The Castle has been described as arguably the most important surviving house of the Romantic and Picturesque style of architecture. It is a grade 1 listed building built mainly between 1831 and 1836 by Lord Stuart de Rothesay. The magnificent building, once lavishly furnished in the 18th century French style, remained a family home until the 1950’s. Whilst two fires destroyed the rich interiors in the 1960’s, the Castle’s renovated exterior is testimony to the remarkable skills of craftsmen and women who carried out a huge repair and conservation programme in the 1990’s. Entrance fee for the castle and free to view the grounds. Car park charges apply.
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Highcliffe Castle
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Highcliffe Castle is not only a beautiful and historical building, but the surrounding grounds are perfect for a relaxing stroll or a family picnic on the lawns. There is direct access to both a wonderful sandy beach and the unspoilt nature reserve of nearby Steamer Point. The Castle has been described as arguably the most important surviving house of the Romantic and Picturesque style of architecture. It is a grade 1 listed building built mainly between 1831 and 1836 by Lord Stuart de Rothesay. The magnificent building, once lavishly furnished in the 18th century French style, remained a family home until the 1950’s. Whilst two fires destroyed the rich interiors in the 1960’s, the Castle’s renovated exterior is testimony to the remarkable skills of craftsmen and women who carried out a huge repair and conservation programme in the 1990’s. Entrance fee for the castle and free to view the grounds. Car park charges apply.
St Barbe Museum and art gallery is the focal point for arts and heritage in this area. It has a modern museum telling the story of Lymington and the surrounding area, and the highest standard galleries that exhibit unique exhibitions. Located at the heart of the beautiful, historic coastal market town of Lymington, St Barbe is a dynamic museum and highly regarded art gallery that appeals to both locals and New Forest visitors. The museum explores the history of Lymington and the New Forest Coast. Inspired by local pride, and supported by the local community, its collections and colourful, hands-on displays offer a fascinating insight into the area for all ages. The museum tells the story of the area and its people using modern, interactive displays. The art gallery specifications enable St Barbe to loan works from national collections including the Tate, V&A, British Museum, Imperial War Museum, and National Maritime Museum, often for unique bespoke exhibitions that have drawn acclaim from across the UK. St Barbe's visitor information point is staffed by a team of friendly, well-informed volunteers, to provide help and advice to visitors.
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St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery
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St Barbe Museum and art gallery is the focal point for arts and heritage in this area. It has a modern museum telling the story of Lymington and the surrounding area, and the highest standard galleries that exhibit unique exhibitions. Located at the heart of the beautiful, historic coastal market town of Lymington, St Barbe is a dynamic museum and highly regarded art gallery that appeals to both locals and New Forest visitors. The museum explores the history of Lymington and the New Forest Coast. Inspired by local pride, and supported by the local community, its collections and colourful, hands-on displays offer a fascinating insight into the area for all ages. The museum tells the story of the area and its people using modern, interactive displays. The art gallery specifications enable St Barbe to loan works from national collections including the Tate, V&A, British Museum, Imperial War Museum, and National Maritime Museum, often for unique bespoke exhibitions that have drawn acclaim from across the UK. St Barbe's visitor information point is staffed by a team of friendly, well-informed volunteers, to provide help and advice to visitors.
New Forest Village Life, Pubs, Cafe, Gifts
Burley is a typical village with tea rooms, gift shops, art galleries - even a cider farm! Oozing old world charm, with ponies and cattle roaming around the village and pretty thatched cottages, Burley has remained untouched by time. Here you will find a traditional butcher, village stores and cosy inns. Don’t forget to look out for the New Forest ponies and cattle as they roam freely around the village. Although these animals might look and act wild, they are in fact all owned by locals using their commoner’s rights. There is a cycle hire shop in the village as well as a golf course and a riding school. Another treat would be to visit the famous Burley Fudge shop. BH24 4BS 01425 403513 Forest Leisure Cycling BH24 4AB 01425 403584 Burley Golf Club BH24 4BB 01425 402431 Burley Manor Stables BH24 4BS 01425 403489
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Burley
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Burley is a typical village with tea rooms, gift shops, art galleries - even a cider farm! Oozing old world charm, with ponies and cattle roaming around the village and pretty thatched cottages, Burley has remained untouched by time. Here you will find a traditional butcher, village stores and cosy inns. Don’t forget to look out for the New Forest ponies and cattle as they roam freely around the village. Although these animals might look and act wild, they are in fact all owned by locals using their commoner’s rights. There is a cycle hire shop in the village as well as a golf course and a riding school. Another treat would be to visit the famous Burley Fudge shop. BH24 4BS 01425 403513 Forest Leisure Cycling BH24 4AB 01425 403584 Burley Golf Club BH24 4BB 01425 402431 Burley Manor Stables BH24 4BS 01425 403489
Sightseeing
Christchurch harbour is a natural harbour named after the nearby town. Two rivers, the Avon and the Stour, flow into the harbour at its northwest corner. There are areas of nature reserves around the harbour with Hengistbury Head on the southern side. The head can be reached by a walk from the visitors centre by the golf club or via a ferry from Mudeford Quay. The harbour is generally shallow and has a double high tide. The harbour flows into Christchurch Bay through a narrow channel known as The Run
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Christchurch Harbour
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Christchurch harbour is a natural harbour named after the nearby town. Two rivers, the Avon and the Stour, flow into the harbour at its northwest corner. There are areas of nature reserves around the harbour with Hengistbury Head on the southern side. The head can be reached by a walk from the visitors centre by the golf club or via a ferry from Mudeford Quay. The harbour is generally shallow and has a double high tide. The harbour flows into Christchurch Bay through a narrow channel known as The Run
Hengistbury Head juts into the English Channel and is a site of international importance – archaeology, conservation, protection, and environmentally sensitive area. The high area is called Warren Hill with good views to the Isle of Wight, Studland Bay and the harbour.
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Hengistbury Head
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Hengistbury Head juts into the English Channel and is a site of international importance – archaeology, conservation, protection, and environmentally sensitive area. The high area is called Warren Hill with good views to the Isle of Wight, Studland Bay and the harbour.
A good day out in the New Forest is Hurst Castle, an artillery fortress built by Henry VIII between 1541 and 1544. The lighthouse was built between 1865 and 1867 and is still in use today to guide vessels into the western end of the Solent. There is plenty of open space to explore and fantastic views of the Isle of Wight. You can either walk along the spit for 1.5 miles from the carpark at Keyhaven or take the ferry (charges apply) depending on the amount of time you have to spare. The castle has a colourful history and it offers visitors an audio tour to navigate the site. (entry fee applies)
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Hurst Castle
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A good day out in the New Forest is Hurst Castle, an artillery fortress built by Henry VIII between 1541 and 1544. The lighthouse was built between 1865 and 1867 and is still in use today to guide vessels into the western end of the Solent. There is plenty of open space to explore and fantastic views of the Isle of Wight. You can either walk along the spit for 1.5 miles from the carpark at Keyhaven or take the ferry (charges apply) depending on the amount of time you have to spare. The castle has a colourful history and it offers visitors an audio tour to navigate the site. (entry fee applies)
Mudeford Quay, at the entrance to Christchurch Harbour, is a beautiful and popular destination and has spectacular views out to sea and of Christchurch town. At the Quay you will find several places to eat and drink as well as areas to enjoy a picnic. There is ferry to Mudeford Spit; another area to explore and further to Hengistbury Head. The quay is a great place to take a gentle stroll next to the water’s edge and watch all the busy activities taking place.
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Mudeford Quay
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Mudeford Quay, at the entrance to Christchurch Harbour, is a beautiful and popular destination and has spectacular views out to sea and of Christchurch town. At the Quay you will find several places to eat and drink as well as areas to enjoy a picnic. There is ferry to Mudeford Spit; another area to explore and further to Hengistbury Head. The quay is a great place to take a gentle stroll next to the water’s edge and watch all the busy activities taking place.
New Forest Bus Tour Phone number for Bluestar bus company head office 01202 338420 Hop on and off wherever you like and catch the next Tour, or switch between routes, all on the same ticket! Hear the stories of the people, places and animals of the New Forest on our audio commentary – with characters, sounds and music, bringing the view to life. Take in a walk or cycle ride from the Tour (bikes go free*) – you’ll find easy routes in the guidebook on board, as well as tips for things to see and do along the way. *Space for up to 4 bicycles at a time. Ride open-top through the treetops and experience the New Forest as you’ve never seen it before.
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Νιου Φόρεστ
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New Forest Bus Tour Phone number for Bluestar bus company head office 01202 338420 Hop on and off wherever you like and catch the next Tour, or switch between routes, all on the same ticket! Hear the stories of the people, places and animals of the New Forest on our audio commentary – with characters, sounds and music, bringing the view to life. Take in a walk or cycle ride from the Tour (bikes go free*) – you’ll find easy routes in the guidebook on board, as well as tips for things to see and do along the way. *Space for up to 4 bicycles at a time. Ride open-top through the treetops and experience the New Forest as you’ve never seen it before.
Day trips to Isle of Wight The ferry from Lymington to Yarmouth takes about 40 minutes for both cars and foot passengers. https://www.wightlink.co.uk/ Island buses offer a good service around the island; from open topped tours to places of interest. https://www.islandbuses.info/ From Yarmouth you can go to the coloured sands of Alum Bay and the Needles on an open topped bus. With this trip you could include the Needles Battery (new & old) which are situated high on the cliff overlooking The Needles. Other places to visit: - • Osbourne House • Carisbrooke Castle • St Katherine’s Lighthouse • Godshill Model Village • Blackgang Chine • Isle of Wight Steam Railway • And many more
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Νήσος Γουάιτ
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Day trips to Isle of Wight The ferry from Lymington to Yarmouth takes about 40 minutes for both cars and foot passengers. https://www.wightlink.co.uk/ Island buses offer a good service around the island; from open topped tours to places of interest. https://www.islandbuses.info/ From Yarmouth you can go to the coloured sands of Alum Bay and the Needles on an open topped bus. With this trip you could include the Needles Battery (new & old) which are situated high on the cliff overlooking The Needles. Other places to visit: - • Osbourne House • Carisbrooke Castle • St Katherine’s Lighthouse • Godshill Model Village • Blackgang Chine • Isle of Wight Steam Railway • And many more
Part of this 60-mile coastal walk is along the coastline of Hampshire and is in easy reach of Barton Seabreeze. The Solent Way is a 60-mile footpath linking Milford on Sea with Emsworth Harbour, much of the path following the Hampshire coast line and passing through the New Forest. Through most of its length you'll also enjoy views of the beautiful Isle of Wight, just a few miles off the Hampshire Coast. The path is generally way marked with a picture of a sea bird on a green background although the path also forms part of the European Coastal Path (E9) and some signs show this path too, or the name Solent Coast Path. http://www.solentway.co.uk/ This site has photos and brief directions for all 60 miles of the path, split into easy stages. Three are listed below: - Milford-on-Sea to Lymington (9 Miles) The Solent Way begins in Milford-on-Sea just to the south of the New Forest, with stunning views of the Needles on the Isle of Wight in the distance. The path initially takes you on the sea front before heading down Hurst Beach on this impressive spit to Hurst Castle. Returning from the spit, the path follows the coast through pleasant countryside round to the lovely port of Lymington. Lymington to Beaulieu (10 Miles) From Lymington the Solent Way crosses the Lymington River then continues a mile or so inland of the coast, giving occasional glimpses to the busy Solent to the east. Soon the path enters the New Forest passing Sowley Pond on the left walking on the quiet road for a little while to beautiful Bucklers Hard on the River Beaulieu. From Bucklers Hard the path follows the edge of the river to Beaulieu. Hythe to Beaulieu (6 Miles) This walk follows the path in the opposite direction, from the town of Hythe the path follows the coast on the edge of Southampton Water for a while before heading in-land on a wooded path into the New Forest. The path initially follows the edge of the New Forest then follows along the edge of the road into Beaulieu.
Solent Way
Part of this 60-mile coastal walk is along the coastline of Hampshire and is in easy reach of Barton Seabreeze. The Solent Way is a 60-mile footpath linking Milford on Sea with Emsworth Harbour, much of the path following the Hampshire coast line and passing through the New Forest. Through most of its length you'll also enjoy views of the beautiful Isle of Wight, just a few miles off the Hampshire Coast. The path is generally way marked with a picture of a sea bird on a green background although the path also forms part of the European Coastal Path (E9) and some signs show this path too, or the name Solent Coast Path. http://www.solentway.co.uk/ This site has photos and brief directions for all 60 miles of the path, split into easy stages. Three are listed below: - Milford-on-Sea to Lymington (9 Miles) The Solent Way begins in Milford-on-Sea just to the south of the New Forest, with stunning views of the Needles on the Isle of Wight in the distance. The path initially takes you on the sea front before heading down Hurst Beach on this impressive spit to Hurst Castle. Returning from the spit, the path follows the coast through pleasant countryside round to the lovely port of Lymington. Lymington to Beaulieu (10 Miles) From Lymington the Solent Way crosses the Lymington River then continues a mile or so inland of the coast, giving occasional glimpses to the busy Solent to the east. Soon the path enters the New Forest passing Sowley Pond on the left walking on the quiet road for a little while to beautiful Bucklers Hard on the River Beaulieu. From Bucklers Hard the path follows the edge of the river to Beaulieu. Hythe to Beaulieu (6 Miles) This walk follows the path in the opposite direction, from the town of Hythe the path follows the coast on the edge of Southampton Water for a while before heading in-land on a wooded path into the New Forest. The path initially follows the edge of the New Forest then follows along the edge of the road into Beaulieu.
Activities
Escape Yachting offer a relaxing sailing experience to see the English coast and the Isle of Wight on a day out or weekend on the Solent. Shared sail for 1 to 7 people with lunch or another option is to have a private sail with your group for a day with lunch. Set sail on the Solent aboard your large luxurious yacht, in the safe hands of your friendly, experienced skipper and crew. Get involved or just sit back and enjoy the view! Relax and unwind on deck in the sunshine. A complimentary glass of bubbly on arrival and a delicious freshly prepared lunch or dinner served at anchor off the Isle of Wight is included. Discover new places, new perspectives and learn how to sail - even swim if you're brave enough 01590 615589
Escape Yachting Ltd
48 Eastern Road
Escape Yachting offer a relaxing sailing experience to see the English coast and the Isle of Wight on a day out or weekend on the Solent. Shared sail for 1 to 7 people with lunch or another option is to have a private sail with your group for a day with lunch. Set sail on the Solent aboard your large luxurious yacht, in the safe hands of your friendly, experienced skipper and crew. Get involved or just sit back and enjoy the view! Relax and unwind on deck in the sunshine. A complimentary glass of bubbly on arrival and a delicious freshly prepared lunch or dinner served at anchor off the Isle of Wight is included. Discover new places, new perspectives and learn how to sail - even swim if you're brave enough 01590 615589
Forest Leisure Cycling, Burley BH24 4AB 01425 403584 Cyclexperience Bike Hire, Brockenhurst SO42 7TW 01590 624808 The Woos Cyclery, Lyndhurst SO43 7BG 02380 282028 Trax Bike Hire, Lyndhurst SO43 7DD 01425 618562 Bike Ride, Bransgore BH23 8EE 01425 672347 Electric Cargo Bike Ltd, Christchurch BH23 4EX 01425 270774 Coastal Bike Hire, Milford on Sea SO41 0PW 07759 738994 Boost Bike Hub, Brockenhurst SO42 7RR 01590 624204
Cycle Hire
Forest Leisure Cycling, Burley BH24 4AB 01425 403584 Cyclexperience Bike Hire, Brockenhurst SO42 7TW 01590 624808 The Woos Cyclery, Lyndhurst SO43 7BG 02380 282028 Trax Bike Hire, Lyndhurst SO43 7DD 01425 618562 Bike Ride, Bransgore BH23 8EE 01425 672347 Electric Cargo Bike Ltd, Christchurch BH23 4EX 01425 270774 Coastal Bike Hire, Milford on Sea SO41 0PW 07759 738994 Boost Bike Hub, Brockenhurst SO42 7RR 01590 624204
Visitors are welcome on running days to come and experience the Littledown Miniature Railway, situated to the rear of the Littledown Centre. They are open to the public on Sunday and Wednesday for weather determined periods and offer a jaunty little ride for train spotters of all ages. The railway is run by Bournemouth & District Society of Model Engineers. The raised track is suitable for running 7 ¼, 5, and 3 ½ inch gauge locomotives so true enthusiasts have a lot to look at. It is suitable for passenger hauling and they welcome families for rides but please note the limited public access hours. Behind the sports centre is a park in which you will find duck ponds, paddling pool and playground with swings so most kids will find plenty to see and do here.
Littledown Miniature Railway
Visitors are welcome on running days to come and experience the Littledown Miniature Railway, situated to the rear of the Littledown Centre. They are open to the public on Sunday and Wednesday for weather determined periods and offer a jaunty little ride for train spotters of all ages. The railway is run by Bournemouth & District Society of Model Engineers. The raised track is suitable for running 7 ¼, 5, and 3 ½ inch gauge locomotives so true enthusiasts have a lot to look at. It is suitable for passenger hauling and they welcome families for rides but please note the limited public access hours. Behind the sports centre is a park in which you will find duck ponds, paddling pool and playground with swings so most kids will find plenty to see and do here.
Fully staffed 110m sea water pool with: - • 200 metres of inflatable obstacle courses • Stand up paddle boards • Aqua jousting • Hot Tubs • Children’s splash pool • Confectionery kiosk/cafe • Toilets, changing rooms & showers • Disabled access & facilities • First Aid room • Bike racks • Valuables Lockers Charges apply, http://www.lymingtonseawaterbaths.org.uk/facilities-entry-charges.php
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Lymington Sea Water Swimming Baths
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Fully staffed 110m sea water pool with: - • 200 metres of inflatable obstacle courses • Stand up paddle boards • Aqua jousting • Hot Tubs • Children’s splash pool • Confectionery kiosk/cafe • Toilets, changing rooms & showers • Disabled access & facilities • First Aid room • Bike racks • Valuables Lockers Charges apply, http://www.lymingtonseawaterbaths.org.uk/facilities-entry-charges.php
A new crazy golf course near Christchurch that is based on the children’s book ‘The Mighty Claws Don’t Want to Hurt’. Fun for all ages as you rampage around a Jurassic landscape, filled with moving dinosaurs, thundering waterfalls and steaming volcanoes. Also, there is café to talk and reflect on your fun round of golf. The crazy course is a fun day that will not be forgotten.
Mighty Claws Adventure Golf
A new crazy golf course near Christchurch that is based on the children’s book ‘The Mighty Claws Don’t Want to Hurt’. Fun for all ages as you rampage around a Jurassic landscape, filled with moving dinosaurs, thundering waterfalls and steaming volcanoes. Also, there is café to talk and reflect on your fun round of golf. The crazy course is a fun day that will not be forgotten.
Monkey Madness is the best choice for children to have fun and benefit from some great exercise whilst they burn off their excess energy. There are two playframes within the centre, a frame created for the under 4's and a large playframe with a 3 lane slide along with spiral tube slide, aerial runway, tunnels, obstacles and much more; plus a café.
Monkey Madness Playcentre
Monkey Madness is the best choice for children to have fun and benefit from some great exercise whilst they burn off their excess energy. There are two playframes within the centre, a frame created for the under 4's and a large playframe with a 3 lane slide along with spiral tube slide, aerial runway, tunnels, obstacles and much more; plus a café.
This family theme park, with over 70 exciting rides and attractions, set within 140 acres of beautiful parkland on the edge of the New Forest National Park. Paultons is also home of the UK's only Peppa Pig World with 9 fun Peppa-themed rides, great for an amazing day out with the kids. Enjoy roller coasters, thrill rides, family rides, indoor and outdoor play areas, water splash parks, entertainments and an astonishing collection of birds and animals at our amusement park.
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Paultons Park Home of Peppa Pig World
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This family theme park, with over 70 exciting rides and attractions, set within 140 acres of beautiful parkland on the edge of the New Forest National Park. Paultons is also home of the UK's only Peppa Pig World with 9 fun Peppa-themed rides, great for an amazing day out with the kids. Enjoy roller coasters, thrill rides, family rides, indoor and outdoor play areas, water splash parks, entertainments and an astonishing collection of birds and animals at our amusement park.
HIRE KAYAKS & STAND UP PADDLE BOARDS Family Fun! A great activity for all the family, you can hire our Kayaks or Stand Up Paddle boards for an hour or more and enjoy paddling around our tranquil freshwater lake. THE UK’S 1ST OUTDOOR, FLOATING, INFLATABLE SPORTS AQUA PARK EVEN Bigger and EVEN Better for 2020! Now measuring in at an impressive 4,000 sq. meters, our floating, inflatable Aqua Park has 2 trampolines, monkey bars, flippers, slides, hurdles, springboard, rockers, rollers, an overhang climbing wall, a swing, a giant iceberg and much more. Explore the Giant Course – Beat the Obstacles – Race your friends & family – and watch them totally wipe out! Also, a chance to have a go at cable wave boarding. Must book for a place(s) before arrival.
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New Forest Water Park
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HIRE KAYAKS & STAND UP PADDLE BOARDS Family Fun! A great activity for all the family, you can hire our Kayaks or Stand Up Paddle boards for an hour or more and enjoy paddling around our tranquil freshwater lake. THE UK’S 1ST OUTDOOR, FLOATING, INFLATABLE SPORTS AQUA PARK EVEN Bigger and EVEN Better for 2020! Now measuring in at an impressive 4,000 sq. meters, our floating, inflatable Aqua Park has 2 trampolines, monkey bars, flippers, slides, hurdles, springboard, rockers, rollers, an overhang climbing wall, a swing, a giant iceberg and much more. Explore the Giant Course – Beat the Obstacles – Race your friends & family – and watch them totally wipe out! Also, a chance to have a go at cable wave boarding. Must book for a place(s) before arrival.
New Forest Walks 40+ Great Walking Routes in the New Forest Welcome to The New Forest, where two legs are definitely better than four wheels if you truly want to experience all the great things we have to share. Think ancient woodland, beautiful heathland, pretty villages and a 40-mile ‘secret’ coast, anyone with a keen passion for walking will love the variety on offer here. We have more than 140 miles of tracks and footpath, where you can enjoy easy-to-follow walking routes, short strolls or long-distance trails. One of the things that makes The New Forest so unique is to see thousands of free-roaming ponies, donkeys, cattle and deer on your travels around the national park. To help ground-nesting birds rear their young safely, keep yourself, on the main tracks from the beginning of March to the end of July. Top 5 places to go walking in the New Forest With so many areas of countryside to explore, it’s hard to pick our favourites, however here are some of most popular walking routes you can find in the New Forest: 1. Bolderwood: Radnor Trail(1.9 miles) This fantastic medium walk passes through sweet chestnut, oak and beech dating from the 1860s. Head towards the beautiful Bratley Water, which makes for the ideal spot to rest and enjoy a picnic. The trail will then lead you to the Bolderwood deer viewing platform where you can often see Fallow Deer and at certain times of the day you can see them being fed by the local rangers. 2. Keyhaven Marsh (3.5 miles) Perfect for families and also those with accessible needs. This 3.5-mile walk follows a lovely path along the coast, where you can enjoy breath-taking views across the Solent to the Isle of Wight and the Needles. There's lots of wonderful bird life at Keyhaven Marshes for you to enjoy. 3. Burley Village Walk (4.2 miles) Burley is a quirky village in the New Forest, where you can find wonderful pubs and tasty handmade fudge. On this trail, you'll head out of the centre of the village and explore around the edge on a circular walk. Enjoy the gentle uphill climb along Castle Hill Lane, where you'll find amazing views across the Avon Valley. You'll also pass an ancient fort, open forest and woodland. 4. Lyndhurst on foot (8.5 miles) Discover the ‘heart’ of the New Forest at Lyndhurst. What better way to do this than on foot! This circular walk extends through the parish of Lyndhurst and passes by several pubs, perfect for a break in your journey! A lot of the 8½ mile route is on the footpaths and bridleways which surround the town, with only small sections of the walk taking place on roads. 5. Avon Valley Walk (34 miles) This one is for the real walking lovers. Starting outside of the New Forest in the historic city of Salisbury, going through much of our beautiful New Forest along the way, and ending up at Christchurch Priory. You'll pass through meadows, high chalk down land with incredible views, peaceful villages and you'll be sure to see lots of our New Forest wildlife along the way too. Walking routes for all types of ability The New Forest lends itself to all abilities of walker. If you are travelling with a family then look out for some of our shorter family walks including those suitable for pushchairs which can be seen below. We have accessible walks for visitors with mobility problems including the Bolderwood Trails as mentioned above, the Rufus Stone walk and the Knightwood Oak trail. There are wildlife walks for those who want to spot some of our fantastic flora and fauna on their journey including the 1.1 or 1.4 mile Reptile Centre walks near Lyndhurst and the Tall Trees Trail, at Blackwater. There are many walks taking in some of our lovely towns and villages. Take a look at the various routes on offer below and soak up the atmosphere of the New Forest on your walk. Fancy making a day of it? Check out our pub walks and enjoy a refreshing drink and some delicious local food on your journey! To find out more about walking routes visit local Tourist Information centres or the Heritage Centre in Lyndhurst.
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New Forest Walks 40+ Great Walking Routes in the New Forest Welcome to The New Forest, where two legs are definitely better than four wheels if you truly want to experience all the great things we have to share. Think ancient woodland, beautiful heathland, pretty villages and a 40-mile ‘secret’ coast, anyone with a keen passion for walking will love the variety on offer here. We have more than 140 miles of tracks and footpath, where you can enjoy easy-to-follow walking routes, short strolls or long-distance trails. One of the things that makes The New Forest so unique is to see thousands of free-roaming ponies, donkeys, cattle and deer on your travels around the national park. To help ground-nesting birds rear their young safely, keep yourself, on the main tracks from the beginning of March to the end of July. Top 5 places to go walking in the New Forest With so many areas of countryside to explore, it’s hard to pick our favourites, however here are some of most popular walking routes you can find in the New Forest: 1. Bolderwood: Radnor Trail(1.9 miles) This fantastic medium walk passes through sweet chestnut, oak and beech dating from the 1860s. Head towards the beautiful Bratley Water, which makes for the ideal spot to rest and enjoy a picnic. The trail will then lead you to the Bolderwood deer viewing platform where you can often see Fallow Deer and at certain times of the day you can see them being fed by the local rangers. 2. Keyhaven Marsh (3.5 miles) Perfect for families and also those with accessible needs. This 3.5-mile walk follows a lovely path along the coast, where you can enjoy breath-taking views across the Solent to the Isle of Wight and the Needles. There's lots of wonderful bird life at Keyhaven Marshes for you to enjoy. 3. Burley Village Walk (4.2 miles) Burley is a quirky village in the New Forest, where you can find wonderful pubs and tasty handmade fudge. On this trail, you'll head out of the centre of the village and explore around the edge on a circular walk. Enjoy the gentle uphill climb along Castle Hill Lane, where you'll find amazing views across the Avon Valley. You'll also pass an ancient fort, open forest and woodland. 4. Lyndhurst on foot (8.5 miles) Discover the ‘heart’ of the New Forest at Lyndhurst. What better way to do this than on foot! This circular walk extends through the parish of Lyndhurst and passes by several pubs, perfect for a break in your journey! A lot of the 8½ mile route is on the footpaths and bridleways which surround the town, with only small sections of the walk taking place on roads. 5. Avon Valley Walk (34 miles) This one is for the real walking lovers. Starting outside of the New Forest in the historic city of Salisbury, going through much of our beautiful New Forest along the way, and ending up at Christchurch Priory. You'll pass through meadows, high chalk down land with incredible views, peaceful villages and you'll be sure to see lots of our New Forest wildlife along the way too. Walking routes for all types of ability The New Forest lends itself to all abilities of walker. If you are travelling with a family then look out for some of our shorter family walks including those suitable for pushchairs which can be seen below. We have accessible walks for visitors with mobility problems including the Bolderwood Trails as mentioned above, the Rufus Stone walk and the Knightwood Oak trail. There are wildlife walks for those who want to spot some of our fantastic flora and fauna on their journey including the 1.1 or 1.4 mile Reptile Centre walks near Lyndhurst and the Tall Trees Trail, at Blackwater. There are many walks taking in some of our lovely towns and villages. Take a look at the various routes on offer below and soak up the atmosphere of the New Forest on your walk. Fancy making a day of it? Check out our pub walks and enjoy a refreshing drink and some delicious local food on your journey! To find out more about walking routes visit local Tourist Information centres or the Heritage Centre in Lyndhurst.
New Forest Activities SO42 7WA 01590 612377 https://www.newforestactivities.co.uk/ Canoeing Located on the banks of the tidal & privately owned Beaulieu River, our canoeing base offers a wonderful location to explore. Take the River up or down stream, drift on tidal currents or explore hidden creeks. Whether it’s your first time in a canoe or you’ve been before, our expert guides will tailor your experience perfectly. Exploring since 2003, you’ll benefit from our 14 years of guiding people on the Beaulieu waters. There’s a range of canoeing sessions to choose from, all possible through our exclusive license to canoe on this stunning Nature Reserve. You’ll be in Open ‘Canadian Style’ Canoes, so you will feel stable & safe, as you learn & explore. Kayaking Kayaks are small and stable watercraft, powered using a double-bladed paddle. We pride ourselves on providing a range of experiences, which almost anyone can enjoy. From half and full day adventures on the River Beaulieu, to short taster sessions and hire. Our experienced and qualified staff will help you to learn the skills you need, to really enjoy your time on the water. Archery Ready to take aim? The art of Archery goes way back, with its roots in hunting and on the ancient battlefields. Modern equipment now brings Archery in The New Forest safely up to date. With bows and arrows for all shapes and sizes, our Archery experiences give you the chance to learn new skills, feeling the satisfaction of going for gold. We have a great woodland site for Target Archery and a bespoke combat zone for Archery Tag. We even have a mobile service for private event hire. Scheduled sessions are available to book online with parties and groups by arrangement. High Ropes Located in quiet and beautiful surroundings, our Woodland Activity Centre provides your group with huge amounts of potential for fun and discovery. Individual and team-based high ropes experiences, low ropes challenge courses and over 20 specifically designed team challenges – there’s so much to explore. Bushcraft Discover the exciting world of bushcraft in The New Forest National Park. Ever wondered how you would fare in survival conditions? Could you build a shelter, source food, or create fire simply with what you can find? Now you can find out under the expert guidance of one of our bushcraft guides. A fantastic activity for a family to enjoy some quality time in the great outdoors, or for a group wanting to share and experience and learn to work together. Explore the environment, learn techniques for survival, and make the best use of the resources around you. Phone first to find out if there is availability.
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New Forest Activities SO42 7WA 01590 612377 https://www.newforestactivities.co.uk/ Canoeing Located on the banks of the tidal & privately owned Beaulieu River, our canoeing base offers a wonderful location to explore. Take the River up or down stream, drift on tidal currents or explore hidden creeks. Whether it’s your first time in a canoe or you’ve been before, our expert guides will tailor your experience perfectly. Exploring since 2003, you’ll benefit from our 14 years of guiding people on the Beaulieu waters. There’s a range of canoeing sessions to choose from, all possible through our exclusive license to canoe on this stunning Nature Reserve. You’ll be in Open ‘Canadian Style’ Canoes, so you will feel stable & safe, as you learn & explore. Kayaking Kayaks are small and stable watercraft, powered using a double-bladed paddle. We pride ourselves on providing a range of experiences, which almost anyone can enjoy. From half and full day adventures on the River Beaulieu, to short taster sessions and hire. Our experienced and qualified staff will help you to learn the skills you need, to really enjoy your time on the water. Archery Ready to take aim? The art of Archery goes way back, with its roots in hunting and on the ancient battlefields. Modern equipment now brings Archery in The New Forest safely up to date. With bows and arrows for all shapes and sizes, our Archery experiences give you the chance to learn new skills, feeling the satisfaction of going for gold. We have a great woodland site for Target Archery and a bespoke combat zone for Archery Tag. We even have a mobile service for private event hire. Scheduled sessions are available to book online with parties and groups by arrangement. High Ropes Located in quiet and beautiful surroundings, our Woodland Activity Centre provides your group with huge amounts of potential for fun and discovery. Individual and team-based high ropes experiences, low ropes challenge courses and over 20 specifically designed team challenges – there’s so much to explore. Bushcraft Discover the exciting world of bushcraft in The New Forest National Park. Ever wondered how you would fare in survival conditions? Could you build a shelter, source food, or create fire simply with what you can find? Now you can find out under the expert guidance of one of our bushcraft guides. A fantastic activity for a family to enjoy some quality time in the great outdoors, or for a group wanting to share and experience and learn to work together. Explore the environment, learn techniques for survival, and make the best use of the resources around you. Phone first to find out if there is availability.
Three parks in one, with Adventureland and Wonderland outside, including Jungle Falls and Turbo Teacups, plus the Wild Thing! Aztec play centre inside. It's an all-inclusive experience which combines the timeless fun and games of the Alice in Wonderland story. The park is aimed primarily towards families with children aged 3 - 10 years old Multi award-winning Adventure Wonderland offers the perfect day out for every little adventurer! Dorset’s multi award-winning family theme park, Adventure Wonderland, is the perfect spot for an unforgettable day out. With rides, attractions, play areas and friendly characters, there’s so much fun every little adventurer. The park is inspired by Alice in Wonderland and children love meeting the resident characters Alice, Mad Hatter, Queen of Hearts, Mr Rabbit and the cheeky Cheshire Cat. Plus, throughout the year the park welcomes a number of fabulous visiting characters for the day. The park is set within wonderful parkland, which is great for the kids to have a good run around and a picnic. There's the largest natural hedge maze on the South Coast with 1 ½ miles of pathways – perfect for an adventure. Visitors can also pat and stroke the pint-sized ponies in Shetland World. And that’s just outside. There’s also the vast indoor Aztec adventure play centre, Wild Thing! with even more activities, including the interactive speed game, Jungle Zap Zone. Plus, there's new live shows in the weather beating Happy Drome Theatre. There's also cafés and refreshment stations serving fresh food, hot and cold drinks and ice creams. Plus, there are three party rooms for an extra special Wonderland party experience. Children visiting Adventure Wonderland can get same day FREE entry to the Aviation Museum.
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Adventure Wonderland
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Three parks in one, with Adventureland and Wonderland outside, including Jungle Falls and Turbo Teacups, plus the Wild Thing! Aztec play centre inside. It's an all-inclusive experience which combines the timeless fun and games of the Alice in Wonderland story. The park is aimed primarily towards families with children aged 3 - 10 years old Multi award-winning Adventure Wonderland offers the perfect day out for every little adventurer! Dorset’s multi award-winning family theme park, Adventure Wonderland, is the perfect spot for an unforgettable day out. With rides, attractions, play areas and friendly characters, there’s so much fun every little adventurer. The park is inspired by Alice in Wonderland and children love meeting the resident characters Alice, Mad Hatter, Queen of Hearts, Mr Rabbit and the cheeky Cheshire Cat. Plus, throughout the year the park welcomes a number of fabulous visiting characters for the day. The park is set within wonderful parkland, which is great for the kids to have a good run around and a picnic. There's the largest natural hedge maze on the South Coast with 1 ½ miles of pathways – perfect for an adventure. Visitors can also pat and stroke the pint-sized ponies in Shetland World. And that’s just outside. There’s also the vast indoor Aztec adventure play centre, Wild Thing! with even more activities, including the interactive speed game, Jungle Zap Zone. Plus, there's new live shows in the weather beating Happy Drome Theatre. There's also cafés and refreshment stations serving fresh food, hot and cold drinks and ice creams. Plus, there are three party rooms for an extra special Wonderland party experience. Children visiting Adventure Wonderland can get same day FREE entry to the Aviation Museum.
BH25 6DP 01425 612896 Boat trips depart from Keyhaven. Booking before is essential. https://gregpittseafishing.co.uk/ A family fishing business in Keyhaven since 1960! Specialising in 5, 6 & 8 hour inshore private charter fishing trips for smaller groups of anglers, families, workmates etc. We also run two shorter and very popular private charters, the 3-hour mackerel fishing trip and 2-hour sightseeing boat trip around the famous Needles rocks & lighthouse area.
Greg Pitt Sea Fishing
BH25 6DP 01425 612896 Boat trips depart from Keyhaven. Booking before is essential. https://gregpittseafishing.co.uk/ A family fishing business in Keyhaven since 1960! Specialising in 5, 6 & 8 hour inshore private charter fishing trips for smaller groups of anglers, families, workmates etc. We also run two shorter and very popular private charters, the 3-hour mackerel fishing trip and 2-hour sightseeing boat trip around the famous Needles rocks & lighthouse area.
https://www.predatorcharters.org/ BH23 4AB 07958 641151
Predator Fishing Charters
https://www.predatorcharters.org/ BH23 4AB 07958 641151
SO41 3QD 07796 023881 https://www.lastlaughcharterfishing.co.uk/
Last Laugh Charter Fishing
SO41 3QD 07796 023881 https://www.lastlaughcharterfishing.co.uk/
SO41 3QD 07809 432229 https://www.hermitcharters.co.uk/ At Hermit Charters, they provide a unique quality, fun and friendly bespoke charter service for first time fishers, families, experienced anglers and corporate team building events. Based in Lymington, close to the New Forest Hermit Charters enjoy one of the most perfect seaside locations for you to get on board our luxury boat, catch a wonderful variety of fish, enjoy great food, beautiful coastal scenery and enjoy a great day out.
Hermit Charters
SO41 3QD 07809 432229 https://www.hermitcharters.co.uk/ At Hermit Charters, they provide a unique quality, fun and friendly bespoke charter service for first time fishers, families, experienced anglers and corporate team building events. Based in Lymington, close to the New Forest Hermit Charters enjoy one of the most perfect seaside locations for you to get on board our luxury boat, catch a wonderful variety of fish, enjoy great food, beautiful coastal scenery and enjoy a great day out.
The complex has 8 indoor water slides which operate all year round and 5 outside rides which operate only during the summer season. There is also a wet play area and small training pool for youngsters. Splashdown is an all action water park with some of the UK's best water flumes. A roaringly good welcome awaits those who dare to enter the lair of the resident Dragon; or plunge into the Mississippi Drifter for a fantastic river tyre ride; get into a spin on Infinity with its funky laser lights and jukebox; there are a total of 13 fantastic rides to choose from. Attendees should be at least 1m tall and confident in water to ride the flumes but with Ricky’s Reef, little ones aged 6 and under can enjoy spotting rays, corals and more beneath the surface of our toddler pool, with its 3D effect reef liner; interactive waterplay especially for under 8’s; sun terraces; bubble spa and Café, there’s sure to be something for everyone.
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Splashdown
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The complex has 8 indoor water slides which operate all year round and 5 outside rides which operate only during the summer season. There is also a wet play area and small training pool for youngsters. Splashdown is an all action water park with some of the UK's best water flumes. A roaringly good welcome awaits those who dare to enter the lair of the resident Dragon; or plunge into the Mississippi Drifter for a fantastic river tyre ride; get into a spin on Infinity with its funky laser lights and jukebox; there are a total of 13 fantastic rides to choose from. Attendees should be at least 1m tall and confident in water to ride the flumes but with Ricky’s Reef, little ones aged 6 and under can enjoy spotting rays, corals and more beneath the surface of our toddler pool, with its 3D effect reef liner; interactive waterplay especially for under 8’s; sun terraces; bubble spa and Café, there’s sure to be something for everyone.
Food scene
Hinton – Cat & Fiddle Farm BH23 7DS 01425 672451 Sopley – Sopley Farm BH23 7AZ At the Cat & Fiddle Farm and Sopley Farm on the edge of The New Forest, grow nearly 20 different fruit and vegetables. Some are grown for Pick Your Own, and some for selling ready picked through our farm shop and at Farmers Markets across the South of England. So, go down to either Farms and Pick Your Own tasty fruit and vegetables. You can find us on the Sopley to Bransgore Road or at Hinton on the Lyndhurst Road. It really is a great day out and both fun and educational for the children. You could just visit the shop to pick up some local produce or have a refreshing drink after picking some fruit or vegetables There is no entrance fee; you pay for what you pick – cash or credit card.
Cat & Fiddle Farm & Café
Hinton – Cat & Fiddle Farm BH23 7DS 01425 672451 Sopley – Sopley Farm BH23 7AZ At the Cat & Fiddle Farm and Sopley Farm on the edge of The New Forest, grow nearly 20 different fruit and vegetables. Some are grown for Pick Your Own, and some for selling ready picked through our farm shop and at Farmers Markets across the South of England. So, go down to either Farms and Pick Your Own tasty fruit and vegetables. You can find us on the Sopley to Bransgore Road or at Hinton on the Lyndhurst Road. It really is a great day out and both fun and educational for the children. You could just visit the shop to pick up some local produce or have a refreshing drink after picking some fruit or vegetables There is no entrance fee; you pay for what you pick – cash or credit card.
Golf Courses
Barton on Sea Golf Club BH25 5PP 01425 615308 27 holes
Barton on Sea Golf Course
Barton on Sea Golf Club BH25 5PP 01425 615308 27 holes
Highcliffe Castle Golf Club BH23 4LA 01425 272210 18 holes
Highcliffe Golf Course
Highcliffe Castle Golf Club BH23 4LA 01425 272210 18 holes
Lymington Golf Centre & New Forest Adventure Centre SO41 5SD 01590 689631 18 holes for Adventure Golf and 9 holes for the Golf Centre
Lymington Golf Centre & New Forest Adventure Golf
Lymington Golf Centre & New Forest Adventure Centre SO41 5SD 01590 689631 18 holes for Adventure Golf and 9 holes for the Golf Centre
Christchurch Golf Club BH7 7ES 01202 436436 18 holes plus a driving range
Christchurch Golf Club
Christchurch Golf Club BH7 7ES 01202 436436 18 holes plus a driving range
Brockenhurst Manor Golf Club SO42 7SG 01590 623332 18 holes
Brockenhurst Golf Club
Brockenhurst Manor Golf Club SO42 7SG 01590 623332 18 holes
Burley Golf Club BH24 4BB 01425 402431 18 holes – with different tees for first and second 9 holes
Burley Golf Club
Burley Golf Club BH24 4BB 01425 402431 18 holes – with different tees for first and second 9 holes
Solent Meads Golf Centre, Southbourne BH6 4NA 01202 420795 18 holes plus 9 fun holes and 11 driving bays
Solent Meads Golf Centre
Solent Meads Golf Centre, Southbourne BH6 4NA 01202 420795 18 holes plus 9 fun holes and 11 driving bays