RAF Beaulieu was a former airfield in the New Forest. One of 12 airfields operational during WWII.
RAF Holmsley South was one of the largest airfields of the 12 built in the New Forest during WWII.
The New Forest Airfields memorial was created to commemorate the immense effort and great sacrifices made in the Forest during World War II.
RAF Lymington was a former World War II airfield approximately 1 mile east of the town. Now a private airstrip with a grass runway.
Breamore House is an Elizabethan manor house noted for its fine collection of paintings and furniture.
Picket Post is the name of the car park and the location of petrol stations and McDonald’s restaurant on the A31.
Hengistbury Head is a headland on the English South Coast and is designated as a Scheduled Ancient Monument. A great place for a walk.
The Knightwood Oak, is thought to be the largest oak in the New Forest. One of the oldest and celebrated historic trees in the Forest.
The court of the Verderers of the New Forest and the New Forest offices of the Forestry Commission are both located in the Queen’s House in Lyndhurst.