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Flowers blooming in Boscombe gardens

Boscombe Chine Gardens

Boscombe Chine Gardens were developed originally from a ‘chine’ of heath and mire into a splendid…

Alum Chine Play Park sign

Alum Chine Play Park

The Alum Chine playground has recently been extensively refurbished to create an amazing playspace…

Bournemouth Lower Gardens People Walking through

Bournemouth Lower Gardens

The Lower Gardens in Bournemouth are only a five minute walk from the main shopping centre, the…

Alum Chine Gardens

Alum Chine Tropical Gardens

A chine is a steep dry river valley and Alum Chine is the largest of four Chines within Bournemouth.

Bournemouth Central gardens

Bournemouth Central Gardens

The Central Gardens extend from the town centre to Coy Pond. They are now the home of the tennis…

Folly tower surrounded by flora in the gardens

Bournemouth Upper Gardens

The Upper Gardens hold many unusual tree species including a North American Giant Redwood (believed…

Sunny views of Boscombe cliff gardens

Boscombe Cliff Gardens

Originally opened in 1900, Boscombe Cliff Gardens merges into the Boscombe Overcliff Local Nature…

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  1. Upton Country Park

    Poole

    Whatever the season, there's something for everyone - enjoy the wildlife along the shoreline, try the Woodland Play Trail, visit an exhibition at The Gallery, try one of the many events – or simply find a quiet spot to admire the grounds and…

  2. Red House Museum

    Christchurch

    A former Georgian workhouse, the Red House is now a museum exploring the story of Christchurch from before the Ice Age to modern times.

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  3. Beaulieu National Motor Museum

    New Forest

    COVID-19 VISITENGLAND WE’RE GOOD TO GO ACCREDITED BUSINESS.
    In the heart of the New Forest National Park, Beaulieu is a marvellous day out that can be enjoyed together.

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 6406 reviews6406 reviews
  4. 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.

  5. New Forest Wildlife Park

    Nr Ashurst, Southampton

    Enjoy a wildlife adventure in this lovely park, set in 25 acres of unspoilt woodland.

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 1292 reviews1292 reviews
  6. The Blue Pool & Wareham Bears

    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.

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  7. 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.

  8. Turbary Common

    Bournemouth

    Turbary common is the largest area of heathland in north Bournemouth and a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

  9. Wimborne Model Town and Gardens

    Wimborne Minster

    Charming, faithful 1/10th scale recreation of 1950s Wimborne, a delightful historic market town, set in beautiful award-winning gardens. Tearooms and gift shop.

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 245 reviews245 reviews
  10. Boscombe Chine Gardens

    Bournemouth

    Boscombe Chine Gardens were developed originally from a ‘chine’ of heath and mire into a splendid Victorian garden, a central part of the then thriving Boscombe resort.

  11. Stour Valley Nature Reserve

    Muscliffe Lane, Bournemouth

    This idyllic riverside Reserve forms part of the Stour Valley Way and provides a wall following a 2 mile stretch of the river Stour. It is perfect for walking, relaxing or exercising in the fresh air.

  12. Upton House Concerts *POSTPONED UNTIL 2021*

    Poole

    - POSTPONED UNTIL 2021 -
    Three days of great music set in the beautiful grounds of Upton Country Park.

  13. Boscombe Cliff Gardens

    Bournemouth

    Originally opened in 1900, Boscombe Cliff Gardens merges into the Boscombe Overcliff Local Nature Reserve. The outward looking Cliff Gardens; leading through to the more sheltered Italianate Gardens both overlook beautiful cliffs grazed by a small…

  14. Corfe Castle Model Village

    Wareham

    Corfe Castle Model Village is situated in the heart of Corfe Castle village

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  15. 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.

  16. Kingfisher Barn Visitor Centre

    Bournemouth

    Update from Kingfisher Barn:

    We’re opening up a takeaway cafe from 4th July from 10am at Kingfisher Barn. We won’t be opening the toilets at the moment and the car park is still closing at 6pm for now, keep an eye out on our Facebook page for…

  17. Hengistbury Head

    Southbourne, Bournemouth,

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

  18. Hengistbury Head Visitor Centre

    Bournemouth

    A day at Hengistbury Head Nature Reserve is truly a great day out, even outside of the summer. It is still full of wildlife, rare plants, and of course, the thousands of years of important archaeological history.

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 234 reviews234 reviews