The National Motor Museum
Founded by the 3rd Baron Montagu in 1952, as a tribute to his father, who was one of the great pioneers of motoring.
The Montagu family home sits among the lawns and flower beds of the Palace gardens overlooking the Beaulieu river.
The ruins of the “Abbey of the Kings”. Destroyed by King Henry VIII. One of the most haunted places in Britain.
The 18th century shipbuilding centre on the Beaulieu River where Nelson’s warships were built.
New Forest Wildlife Park
A chance to see wolves, deer, otters, owls and many more animals in the New Forest.
Dorset Heavy Horse Centre
Get close to some very large and sometimes naughty horses. Good fun and educational.
A chance to swing like an ape through the tall trees at Moors Valley Country Park, Ringwood.
Rhinefield Ornamental Drive
A chance to see the largest trees in the New Forest and enjoy a wonderful walk under these American conifers.
Longdown Activity Farm
Feeding time is always popular at this activity farm. A great day out for young kids.
Lepe Country Park & Beach
A nice area to stretch your legs, have a picnic, play games, swim or paddle. With nice views of the Isle of Wight.
The Rufus Stone
The spot where it is said that King William II (Rufus) was killed or possibly murdered whilst hunting.
Knightwood Oak Stroll
A nice gentle stroll through some of the Forest’s most ancient trees including the Knightwood Oak.
Always good for a picnic, a bike ride, an ice cream, to view deer and get New Forest visitor information.
Christchurch is a historic harbour town with a Monday Market and the Priory Church from which it was named.
Enjoy a day by the seaside on the glorious beach, a promenade, shopping, a spot of food or a lively night on the town.
New Forest Attractions
Attractions in the New Forest include Beaulieu, The National Motor Museum, The New Forest Wildlife Park, Exbury Gardens, Buckler’s Hard, Paultons Park & Marwell Zoo. There are many great attractions in the New Forest. Here are some of our favourite places to see and visit and New Forest attractions.