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#1 of 1 things to do in Chalton
Kids will love the educational and fun activities and feeding the small collection of goats, Adults will enjoy walking around the replica ancient village and learning about crafts like dyeing sheep’s wool with pla...
It is a first rate introduction to early British History with recreations of Stone Age through to Saxon settlements and offers real insight into the every day life of our ancestors.

Track Party - Epic Playtime

Wickham 10.2 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Wickham
There are so many different structures to try the trains on he always complains when it’s time to leave- and it’s a joy for a busy, stressed mum to come and see him so happy - while sitting for a bit with a cup of...
It’s really well organised and a great way to entertain a toddler on a cold day.

Petersfield Lake

Petersfield 4.2 mi away
#1 of 18 things to do in Petersfield
This is a lovely extremely well looked after place to spend a few hours, fantastic spot for a picnic, really nice walk around the lake, loads of wildlife, well equipped childrens play area, hire out a rowing boat,...
Parked in the free car park (bonus) began our walk around the lake, so glad we took sweet corn and garden peas for the ducks and swans, they loved it, plenty to feed there, nice walk round, 1.85 km round the lake...

Royal Armouries - Fort Nelson

Portsmouth 9.6 mi away
#3 of 101 things to do in Portsmouth
There is a coffee shop, so you can buy refreshments, but if you want to bring your own picnic, then you have a free day out, which is glorious in the sunshine, with great views over Portsmouth Harbour
This is a great place to visit, as well as a mass of exhibits to study, children can explore tunnels and other areas in safety, we took out two grand-daughters 4 & 7, it kept them amused for a couple of hours, gra...

Kingley Vale

Chichester, UK 6.6 mi away
#2 of 47 things to do in Chichester
Clearly marked paths, explanatory (free) booklets and small round house with interesting information and the wooded area with those fantastic really old yews opens out onto meadows filled with birdsong and butterf...
Kingly vale is a very special place Where we visit most season s And to celebrate Winter and summer solstice The ancient yews are some of the oldest in Europe And are very magical ️ At the top are several buri...

Weald & Downland Living Museum

Singleton, UK 9.2 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Singleton
Set in beautiful South Downs countryside along with a wonderful brand new gift shop and restaurant with views over a pretty lake, thus is one of the most interesting and enjoyable outdoor museums we’ve ever visited.
Glorious day and plenty of warm sunshine, so picnic under the trees to start then over three hours looking at and in the wonderful collection of old local buildings painstakingly rebuilt on this amazing valley set...

Portsdown Hill

Portsmouth 8.9 mi away
#8 of 101 things to do in Portsmouth
The picnic area is amazing as the view of Portmouth and the Isle of Wight is very good on a clear day.
The larger viewpoint has green space where you can picnic and children can run around.

Staunton Park

Portsmouth 4.7 mi away
#16 of 101 things to do in Portsmouth
The gardens are beautiful and the lake is well stocked with fish also the farm trail is great for young children and the cafe is very good and you can take your own food for a picnic
The whole family had a great day exploring everything that the park has to offer, from being able to visit and feed the animals, the pony rides, walking around the maze and beautiful gardens to having fun on the p...

Bosham Quay

Bosham, UK 9.0 mi away
#2 of 5 things to do in Bosham
Small, quaint, quirky, narrow streets, old, low-celinged houses, an ancient church, sailing club and moorings, interesting small craft / specialist market and shops, a tidal estuary, leisurely walks and the opport...
Whether you go to old Bosham and the harbour in the winter or summer you can always enjoy the view, walk around the bay, have a stroll near the sailing club and near the old church.

Queen Elizabeth Country Park

Horndean 1.5 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Horndean
The Queen Elizabeth Country Park is an excellent place to park to walk one way to Butser Hill - the highest point on the South Downs Way - and the scenic route beyond to the Beech Cafe (near East Meon) - or in the...
Wonderful park for long walks with family and dogs , plenty of spaces for family picnics and great barbeque to hire for party's.
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#1 of 15 things to do in Havant
Wandering around before the show there is so much to see about the area, local history, nature, arts and crafts and lots of unique gifts, cards etc to buy.
This is a small museum mainly dedicated to local history, with temporary exhibitions in addition to the permanent collection.

Stansted Park

Rowlands Castle 3.9 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Rowlands Castle
The chapel is also unique being built as part of a mission to bring Christianity and Judaism together, and it has a beautiful starry ceiling modelled on St. Chapelle in Paris and unusual hand-painted glass in the...
The house isn’t open at the moment but within the grounds are a lovely tea rooms - highly recommended booking the afternoon tea - a decent garden centre, lovely farm shop with some excellent produce and nice groun...

West Dean Gardens

Chichester, UK 8.2 mi away
#16 of 47 things to do in Chichester
We we blown away by the beautiful gardens and stunning scenery, enjoyed a quiet walk through the woods and arboretum and a picnic in the sun with few people around despite the great weather and it being a weekend
Went as a family older children too and a nana, It's wheelchair friendly in most places, beautiful gardens lots to see, relaxing, vast range of plants and veg and fruit growing, gift shop and cafe, had a lovely af...


South Harting, UK 3.1 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in South Harting
Really enjoyed the house, start with a film of the history, inc fire in the 80’s , kitchens, cellars, and lots of hidden tunnels , tour guides extremely knowledgeable and friendly, lovely dolls house exhibitions .
Time first to enjoy a delicious breakfast with good coffee in the main cafe(friendly, efficient staff), and then we explored the gardens before heading for the main house and the very informative 'taster tour'.

The Sustainability Centre

East Meon 3.9 mi away
#3 of 4 things to do in East Meon
off the beaten track, but has a wooden barn for meetings and workshops, they help with the community, there is a natural burial site, and a lovely cafe, which serves fresh food, including vegan options.
We stopped here for a night while walking the South Downs way.

Play Planet

Horndean 2.7 mi away
#4 of 4 things to do in Horndean