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#1 of 7 things to do in Totton
My husband and I will definitely be back, with our grandson when he is old enough to appreciate the fascinating story of the mill (about 9 - 10 years old), but I doubt we will be able to wait 7 years !!
The Discovery Room was a great taster of local history, setting everyone up nicely for the private group tour of the Mill.

New Forest National Park

Lyndhurst 5.0 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Lyndhurst
Fabulous wooded walks, scenery, cycle tracks, wild ponies, donkeys, cattle, deer +++ Great camping and caravanning sites plus brilliant tea rooms, country pubs and rivers and streams to explore.
I just love the New Forest it's quiet roads extensive network of cycle tracks and footpaths, the sleepy small towns and the fact that the grazing livestock be they pigs, cattle, horses and donkeys just wander unre...
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New Forest Activities

Beaulieu 7.4 mi away
#1 of 16 things to do in Beaulieu
Had an amazing archery experience with New Forest Activities with quality instructor (Steve) - had great fun as a family for 2 hours with learning the basics and competitions between the family.
We all enjoyed the experience immensely and have vowed to do a lot more kayaking, and will definitely be doing the Kayaking Adventure next time we are anywhere near the Beaulieu River!

The Common

Southampton 5.3 mi away
#7 of 100 things to do in Southampton
Always remember visits hera a as asmall child there was a zoo plus my Aunt and Uncle would organise a picnic and a nature trail which you can still enjoy today - well worth a vsit
wonderful green area in the middle of Southampton great place to walk the dogs Southampton Old Cemetery is a fascinating place to wander around - just to one end of the Common.

Steamship Shieldhall

Southampton 2.1 mi away
#1 of 100 things to do in Southampton
Brilliant tour of the silent, knowledgeable guide and volunteer crew Very interesting vessel with all the technical stuff and lots to see as well as getting to know lots of stuff about the surrounding area
The trip was a birthday present for my Dad's 80th and the whole family had a brilliant day out, made extra special by the surprise arranged on the bridge by the wonderful crew for my Dad.

Longdown Activity Farm

Ashurst 2.0 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Ashurst
Adults £9 great value for money rain or shine we came when it was raining loads of indoor activities Staff are very knowledgeable and friendly and a very special thank you to Aimee and Mike for making our experien...
... farm where we have hand fed baby cows and goats, held ducklings, collected chicken eggs, had a tractor ride and enjoyed the farms parks and crazy golf.... so much to do to keep your little ones entertained, th...
#1 of 7 things to do in Bursledon
There are period furnished rooms, all of the steam engines and equipment for brick making, old typewriters to try, a staggering array of different bricks, chimney pots and other decorative brick pieces, an amazing...
We had a fantastic couple of hours enjoying the displays and interactive exhibits.

Paultons Park

Romsey 3.4 mi away
#3 of 14 things to do in Romsey
... with so much to do.The rides are perfect for younger children but the dinosaur land is great for older children.The cafes are very reasonably priced,the staff are very friendly and the park is always clean and...
Our favourite ride in peppa world was Daddy Pigs Car Ride my sister and I loved driving the cars and posing for the camera!! the lost kingdom section has some fantastic ride e.g The flight of a pterosaur and the c...
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Sir Harold Hillier Gardens

Romsey 6.3 mi away
#4 of 14 things to do in Romsey
Had a lovely restaurant, visitor and education pavilion, Gurkha memorial gardens, children's area, education garden, sculpture trail, woodland pigs, numerous picnic areas and pond.
The tree house has rope ladders and a slide which can be used - if you're agile enough - and is great fun.There is a specific sculpture trail that you can follow to see items from nature made out of willow.

Solent Sky Museum

Southampton 4.4 mi away
#3 of 100 things to do in Southampton
It offers aviation fans a chance to see aircraft of various types, including a Spitfire, Supermarine S6A, Tiger Moth, Folland Gnat F1, a Sandringham Flying Boat with the chance to take a tour onto the flight deck.
Sea planes include the unusual - such as the jet powered Saunders Roe and some very good exhibits on the romantic age of the sea plane; plus an Ansett converted Sunderland to wander around: A forgotten era.

Riverside Park

Southampton 4.9 mi away
#9 of 100 things to do in Southampton
Higly recommended for dog walkers (safe away from road), families or a romantic stroll.
Lovely walk by the river

Hatchet Pond near Beaulieu

Beaulieu 7.4 mi away
#4 of 16 things to do in Beaulieu
One of my favourite places in the New Forest, it's a small lake that attracts animals and birds in, usually, large numbers, With plenty of places to have a picnic, there's a reasonably sized car park and the bonus...
Been to Hatchet pond lots of times over the years, very little changes with this idyllic place.great

Hensting Alpacas

Eastleigh 8.6 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Eastleigh
A fantastic morning walking Alpacas with Derek and his team!!! Friendly and relaxed with lots of interesting information about the alpacas and you can feel the love and care that they all have for these gorgeous a...
Fun and informative chat about the herd plus the walking dos and donts, followed by gentle stroll around the paddocks and river with the alpaca.

Furzey Gardens

Minstead 5.7 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Minstead
What beautiful gardens, perfect for the whole family...as it unfolds down the many little pathways, finding hidden fairy gardens, picnic area, views, the touching Easter commemorative cross, woodland, lake etc...s...
Spend a lovely time here taking time to stroll around circuit of gardens, meadows enjoying all unusual plants and trees as well as finding alpacas in field.

Hamble-Warsash Ferry

Hamble 9.0 mi away
#3 of 14 things to do in Hamble
Lovely, friendly staff, a pleasant journey used by so many.
Great service - £1.50 fare

Go Ape Southampton

West End 6.5 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in West End
I had a fabulous day with my children aged 11, 13 and 19 at the go ape treetop adventure, we all were able to take part together and really enjoyed ourselves.
Our instructor Miguel was calm and patient and explained everything n a way that made everyone feel confident and safe.

Manor Farm

Bursledon 8.1 mi away
#2 of 7 things to do in Bursledon
The main farmyard is home to all the animals you would expect; cows, donkeys, chickens, and sheep (currently in the middle of their lambing season for added cuteness!), as well as some wonderfully friendly alpacas.
Going to the manor farm itself, labelled a living museum, is definately taking a step back in time and if you are lucky there may be practical demonstrations of bygone farming utilising farming machinery of the time.
#2 of 16 things to do in Beaulieu
Wonderful place to visit, has something for everyone, from the history of the house, to the involvement of Beaulieu in WW2 , to the fantastic array of cars in the motor museum, plus for us the Chitty Chitty Bang B...
... through the gardens to the excellent WW2 display which entertained the entire family, then we had a picnic which your able to do Indoors or outdoors in the picnic site, the Abbey was fascinating and really inf...
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New Forest Wildlife Park

Ashurst 2.5 mi away
#2 of 3 things to do in Ashurst
... loved the Giant Otters which are massive when compared to normal Otter varieties, The Butterfly house was filled with amazing colourful selection of Butterflies, all in all a lovely collection of animals, defi...
... went to the lynx talk and the giant otter talk, which were good, the animals are a good selection, the playgrounds are amazing, staff are friendly, there is a cafe and places to picnic, a good family half day out

Plaza Theatre

Romsey 4.8 mi away
#1 of 14 things to do in Romsey
Enjoyed a lovely trip to the local theatre with a high quality production from RAODS, starting with being met with a lovely welcome from front of house followed by drinks in the very friendly Bar.
Loved the music & was singing along with most of the audience, apart from 'Danny Boy' - when there was silence & some sniffling.. Great night out bringing back some fond memories - beautiful venue.

Eastleigh Lakeside Railway

Eastleigh 6.2 mi away
#2 of 10 things to do in Eastleigh
This can easily be a whole day out as can take a picnic and get off the train so far round and there is an area with picnic tables and also a play area.
The tunnel is always the best bit for my son! Thank you for a great time.

Hythe Ferry

Southampton 4.0 mi away
#8 of 100 things to do in Southampton
Hythe is nice enough town with a decent high street and some good restaurants so worth a visit as well.
Lovely trip in sunny, warm weather.

Bolderwood Deer Sanctuary

Lyndhurst 7.1 mi away
#2 of 7 things to do in Lyndhurst
We managed to see a herd of deer from the viewing platform, but you get great views also while walking around the sanctuary.The walk was stunning and kept immaculately clean.
The car park has toilets and during the summer a National Park hut is open for more information about the forest and its' animals - plus an ice cream van is usually there.

Mottisfont Abbey

Mottisfont 8.6 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Mottisfont
If further afield, it is a fairly interesting stately home, converted from an Abbey church, a magnificent set of walled gardens with glorious floral displays, and fabulous open grounds to picnic in.
Some fascinating insights from very helpful National Trust volunteers on the former owners and a variety of interesting rooms to inspect. the Whistler Room was our favourite, especially the murals which become 3D...

Holly Hill Woodland Park

Fareham 9.3 mi away
#3 of 11 things to do in Fareham
It was perfect (despite the fact it started raining) Great walks going down toward Hamble Foreshore, nice views, bluebells, plenty for the dog to explore and signs to get us back to the car Loved it and I think...
Lovely walks, fish and turtles and birds etc in the lake, plenty of picnic benches and resting areas

Mayflower Theatre

Southampton 3.4 mi away
#10 of 100 things to do in Southampton
Fantastic place, very friendly... great show, great ice cream... great toilets... what can I say very nice sweets....
What a great afternoon at the Mayflower watching the Panto, Darren Day as smead was superb kept the audience entertained and made it fun.

Itchen Valley Country Park

Eastleigh 6.3 mi away
#4 of 10 things to do in Eastleigh
Had an afternoon of fun with our grandchildren in the play area and a walk around to find the little houses they met some friends and played a while well set out good parking very good Highly recommended this place
Great park has everything such as go ape,playground,woods to walk through and plenty of open space,shop,cafe,toilets,park centre for information and dogs walks so plenty to do or just relax on the benches in the o...

SeaCity Museum

Southampton 3.5 mi away
#14 of 100 things to do in Southampton
There was some great sea history and found one of friends relatives on the list of survivors on the Titanic sinking!!! Te kids loved it as well as there were plenty of interesting things for them to view and play...
You get into the lives on Southamptoners who worked on the ship, their roles both in the community and on the ship, the vision, dreams and mechanics of launching the ship, the tragedy of its sinking, the impact on...
#1 of 1 things to do in Exbury
... Views out across to the estuary are lovely with plenty of seating areas Threw out the gardens Beautiful seasonable flowers And well worth taking the lovely steam train ride Dogs allowed All in all a great day out
... and azaleas and around the lakes, taking lots of photographs we had a peaceful walk along Beaulieu river, bought some great plants for our garden, had a lovely lunch at the cafe and looked around the gift shop.

Titanic Engineer Officers Memorial

Southampton 3.8 mi away
#17 of 100 things to do in Southampton
Worth a visit - very near the Titanic Exhibition in the Sea City Museum and whilst at this monument have a look for the Musicians memorial outside Paris Smith.
This is a very elegant memorial to the Engineers who lost their lives on the Titanic in1912 and it is set in nice parkland near the centre of the city.