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Wildlife & Bird Watching in Bournemouth

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Greenslade Pleasure Boats

Greenslade Pleasure Boats have been giving people of all ages the time of their lives since 1970,...

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The Tutankhamun Exhibition

Visit Tutankhamun's tomb the world's greatest discovery of Ancient Treasure

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City Cruises Poole

A wide range of cruises departing from Poole Quay and Swanage Pier.

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Lemur Landings

As one of the largest indoor entertainment centres in Dorset, Lemur Landings boasts a huge...

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  1. Bournemouth Lower Gardens

    Bournemouth

    The Lower Gardens in Bournemouth are only a five minute walk from the main shopping centre, the beach and the pier.

  2. Kingfisher Barn

    Bournemouth

    Discover the riverside and encounter otters at this hidden gem in Muscliff when Kingfisher Barn opens on May 23rd. Our new Kingfisher Barn Visitor Centre is the gateway to the Stour Valley Nature Reserve. The Visitor Centre is next to the car park...

  3. Hengistbury Head

    Southbourne, Bournemouth,

    Hengistbury Head is a relatively unspoilt and south-facing pebble beach, with imposing clay and ironstone cliffs.

  4. Bournemouth Upper Gardens

    Bournemouth

    The Upper Gardens hold many unusual tree species including a North American Giant Redwood (believed to be the largest in the country) and a group of mature Persian Ironwood trees.

  5. Hengistbury Head Visitor Centre

    Bournemouth

    The new visitor centre at Hengistbury Head opened to the public at the beginning of February 2014 as an extension to the existing Barn Cottage.

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  6. Brownsea Island

    Poole

    Begin your Brownsea adventure with an exciting boat trip across Poole Harbour from Poole Quay and Sandbanks.

  7. The Blue Pool

    Wareham

    A unique Pool which varies in colour from green to turquoise is surrounded by 25 acres of pine trees, gorse and heather. A haven for families to enjoy and explore.

  8. Bournemouth Central Gardens

    Bournemouth

    The Central Gardens extend from the town centre to Coy Pond. They are now the home of the tennis courts, a children’s playground and a war memorial with beautiful rose borders, a Rhododendron Walk and heather beds.