Paultons Park - New Forest
Paultons is the UK’s number 1 family theme park rated on Google — located in Hampshire with over 70 exciting rides and attractions, set within 140 acres of beautiful parkland on the edge of the New Forest National Park. Paultons is also home of the UK's only Peppa Pig World with 9 fun Peppa-themed rides, great for an amazing day out with the kids.
Locked in a Room - Southampton
The Locked In A Room experience provides a perfect atmosphere for that long overdue get together. Suitable for all ages, all weathers and all personalities and not a mobile phone in sight, we're sure to make your event one to remember.
Tank Driving - Winchester
The excitement and experience of driving a range of tanks and ex-military / heavy plant vehicles we have well over 20 years experience in the field. The instructors are highly qualified, some having seen active service during the Gulf conflict.
Flip out - Basingstoke
A huge indoor trampoline and fun park with over 10 attractions to keep the whole family entertained
Insight activities - New Forest
Insight Activities is an award-winning outdoor activities venue, offering a selection of exciting things to do in the New Forest. Our group activities are suitable for stag dos, hen parties, corporate events & birthday parties. We also provide a great day out for couples & teens too. Activities include archery, axe throwing & bushcraft.
Winchester Science Centre - Winchester
Are you ready for an action-packed family adventure? Set off on an exhilarating journey through the world of science, technology, engineering and maths. Winchester Science Centre, the south of England's leading science and discovery centre, is perfect for children from three to 12 years old and their families.
Beaulieu - New Forest
Beaulieu is an award winning family visitor attraction at the heart of the New Forest National Park. There are 10 attractions and over 800 years of heritage to be seen on the Beaulieu Estate, which has been in the ownership of the Montagu family for over four centuries.
Chawton House - Jane Austen's House
Chawton House is a Grade II* listed Elizabethan manor house in Hampshire. It is run as a historic property and also houses the research library of The Centre for the Study of Early Women's Writing, 1600–1830, using the building's connection with the English novelist Jane Austen
Calshot Castle - Southampton
A picturesque castle set in Calshot, a coastal village in Southampton, Hampshire. This beautiful village provides a perfect relaxing family day out by the coast. The artillery fort, built by Henry VIII to defend the sea passage to Southampton, was recently used as a Navy and RAF base.
Odiham Castle - Hook
Known locally as ‘King John’s Castle’, Odiham Castle is located within a tranquil site adjacent to the Basingstoke Canal.
This site has witnessed and been part of many historical events, from the signing of the Magna Carta, a French siege to the ownership of the de Montforts, a revolt and even the imprisonment of a Scottish King.
Historic Dockyard - Portsmouth
An attraction for the whole family including visiting the Mary Rose, HMS Warrior and Action Stations an all weather indoor climbing park.
Milestone Museum - Baskingstoke
From cobbled streets to a seaside pier, teddy bears, vintage vehicles, an operating pub, sweet shop and more, there is so much for everyone to see, do and enjoy at Milestones, Hampshire’s museum of living history!
New Forest National Park- New Forest
The New Forest was designated a national park in 2005 to give this outstanding landscape the highest level of protection and to preserve it for generations to come. Watch the wild ponies and walk through the beautiful forest.
Yateley Common Country Park - Yateley
With heathland, woodland and ponds, Yateley Common offers a variety of experiences to visitors.
You can walk, cycle and horse ride through 193 hectares of varied and wildlife rich surroundings. The Common also offers visitors the opportunity to fish, birdwatch, and get involved in practical conservation through volunteering. Once infamous for highwaymen and smugglers, today’s attraction is unspoilt heathland and natural history.
Much of the Common is also designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a Special Protection Area (SPA) because of its importance for wildlife. It has a dense network of bridleways with many smaller paths.
Uppark House and Garden - Petersfield
Perched on its vantage point high on the South Downs ridge, Uppark commands views as far south as the English Channel. Outside, the intimate gardens are being gradually restored to their original 19th-century design, with plenty of space in the adjacent meadow to play and relax with a picnic. The nearby woodland is great for exploring and den-building. Uppark House's Georgian interiors illustrate the comfort of life ‘upstairs’, in contrast with the ‘downstairs’ world of the servants. A highlight of the collection is one of the best examples of an 18th-century dolls' house in the country.
Highclere Castle and Garden - Downton Abbey
There are between 250 and 300 rooms in the Castle Saloon and during the tour you get to explore the main state rooms so familiar from "Downton Abbey". You see some of the bedrooms, the cellars and old staff quarters where the Egyptian Exhibition, celebrating the 5th Earl of Carnarvon's discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun is located.
Exbury gardens and Steam Train - Southampton
Exbury Gardens is a 200-acre informal woodland garden in Hampshire, England with large collections of rhododendrons, azaleas and camellias, and is often considered the finest garden of its type in the United Kingdom