The Ringwood Brewery in the market town of Ringwood in Hants on the River Avon.
New Forest Tourist Attractions
New Forest tourist attractions include many popular and interesting places to see and visit in the New Forest National Park.
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.
Blackwater Car Park in Rhinefield Ornamental Drive. A chance to picnic and walk by giant redwoods and Douglas fir trees, the giants of the New Forest.
Rhinefield Ornamental Drive is home to the tallest and largest trees in the New Forest. A beautiful grove of exotic trees and plants and a nice place for a walk in the shadow of giants. The giant sequoia and redwoods.
The Bournemouth Aquarium is a popular tourist attraction by the pier at West Beach in Bournemouth. Featuring sea life from around the world.
Patrick’s Patch is an educational vegetable garden in Beaulieu with free entry, free parking and disabled access.
The Lepe Country Park is a coastal park recreation area in the New Forest National Park. The beach is great for paddlers, windsurfers and kite surfers.
The Go Ape! Tree Tops Trail is 1000 metres of high ropes set in the Moors Valley Country Park on the edge of the New Forest near Ringwood in Hampshire.
Bolderwood is a beautiful area of the New Forest with a large car park and visitor centre. Bolderwood also has a deer sanctuary with deer viewing platform.