I had a short time at Brown's each Island as it was a last minute decision. Staff on entry were friendly and helpful. Short walks and bird watching hides. May even see a red squirrel. There is a small payment unless you have a national...More
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About Brownsea Island
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very tranquil and relaxing place but only accessible by boat. Take the ferry to the island and there is a castle - no cars allowed just foot passengers and you can browse around. Fun day out for all the family.
You'll need to grab a Brownsea Island ferry to get to the island from Sandbanks or Poole Harbour that will incur a further charge, but the island is worth it. Nature reserves and historical landmarks, picnic spots and nature trails. A great day out for...More
Caught the ferry across from sandbanks (it's slightly cheaper and quicker than poole). The island is great for exploring with the children, lots of fallen down trees to climb and a fantastic wooden play area which kept us all entertained for a hour. As a...More
We have visited brownsea before but this time we took our 4 year old grandson. He loved it !! We love the fact that is safe for children to run around safely and we always love looking for red squirrels. The only problem is the...More
We travelled over in the morning and spent the whole day walking around the island. From July-Sept, you can pay a suggested donation of £2 and receive a pretty keepsake pencil and booklet with activities to do around the island, all with a Disney theme...More
We camped on the Island for about a week doing scout training with an international organization. During our stay we walked most of the trails and saw the majority of the island. Don't miss sights include: the lily pond with hearts in the trees, the...More