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Things to do in Hampshire

Looking for places to go or things to do in Hampshire? You have come to the right place! As you can see we have plenty of ideas for fun family days out, For details on any of the attractions listed below, just click the attraction name or 'Go Find it' link

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Beaulieu National Motor Museum

The world renowned National Motor Museum at Beaulieu is managed by the National Motor Museum Trust. The collection no comprises of 250 vehicles from early motoring to world record breakers like Bluebird and Golden Arrow to fascinate the visitor. Be among the first to see the attraction's newest feature, "World Of Top Gear", with actual cars f...
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Bucklers Hard

Photo of Bucklers Hard This picturesque 18th century village is situated in the New Forest on the banks of the river Beaulieu. Although it is most well known as the place where Nelson's fleet were built, the variety of things to see and do ensures something for everyone. There are the Cottage and Buckler's Hard Story. Visitors can even stay in the Village at the 'Mast...
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Burley Village

Nestling in the lea of a hill, Burley is a traditional New Forest village. With its thatched cottages, traditional shops and ponies and cattle roaming freely around the ancient forest tracks which have been used for centuries by locals and their livestock. Don't be surprised if you end up face to face with a four legged friend! Keep an eye on your ...
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Canoeing and Kayaking in the New Forest

Photo of Canoeing and Kayaking in the New Forest New Forest Activities run a range of activities for all the family on Beaulieu Estate in the heart of the New Forest. Specialising in canoeing and kayaking and providing land based events such as bush-craft, rope courses, archery and cycling Liquid Logistics and Earth Events cater for all the family. Situated at Bucklers Hard, the kayaking ...
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Charles Dickens Birth Place

In 1812 Charles Dickens was born in a modest house in Portsmouth. The house is now a museum. Charles Dickens became famous for his novels and short stories. Charles Dickens lived in Portsmouth for the first 3 years of his life. He returned to Portsmouth on 3 occasions. On one occasion he researched infromation for his novel 'Nicholas Nickelb...
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Eling Tide Mill

Photo of Eling Tide Mill Eling tide mill has been in situ for over 230 years, although there has been a mill on the site for 900 years. (It has been rebuilt several times). The mill is one of only four remaining in the UK that is open to the public. Once an important part of the economy, this tide mill situated n the edge of the New Forest uses tidal power to mill flour...
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Exbury Gardens and Steam Railway

Exbury Gardens is spectacular at any time of the year, with Daffodils, Rhododendrons, Azaleas and Clematis in Spring; Herbaceous borders and flowering displays in Summer and glorious Autumn colours with deciduous azaleas and maples make a visit stunning at any time. You will find woodland, various ponds (With board walks in places) and great vie...
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Ferry to Hurst Castle from Keyhaven Quay

Hurst Castle is situated at the seaward end of the shingle spit that extends 1 mile from Milford-On-Sea. The views of ships passing by are spectacular and the end of the spit is only 3/4 from the Isle of Wight. This was the perfect site for defence of the western approach to the solent. The Castle was one of the chain of coastal fortresses b...
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Finkley down Farm

Here is an ideal place for a family day out. Finkley Down Farm is run by a Family for Families as a safe family traditional farm. There is plenty to do including an adventure playground, trampolines, animals to pet, lamb and duck feeding and pony grooming. The Roosters rest tea room sells home made cakes and has an extensive menu. There are a...
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Forest Leisure Cycling

This cycle hire centre in the New Forest benfits from free parking, saving you around 5 per day (Use the gravel carp park opposite Burley School). There are some great off road circuits and bridleways to explore - The perfect way to experience the breath taking scenery of the New Forest. There are rides nearby suitable for all ages and abilities....
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