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South Downs National Park

Hatton House, Bepton Road, Midhurst

South Downs National Park, Hatton House, Midhurst, West Sussex

The South Downs National Park is recognised as an area of outstanding beauty, with many bustling towns and villages from the ancient cathedral city of Winchester in the west to Lewes in the east. Numerous 'rights of way' and open access land is... more

Bolney Wine Estate

Foxhole Lane, Bolney

Bolney Wine Estate, Foxhole Lane, Bolney, West Sussex

Fine wine from England? You bet. Bolney Wine Estate has been producing top quality sparkling, red and white in various guises since 1972 and a tour around the South Downs site is eye-opening stuff. Did you know, for example, that this area of the UK... more

Arundel Castle & Gardens, Arundel, West Sussex

Loved by locals and tourists alike, Arundel Castle holds a special place in the heart of England (it’s been a visitor attraction for 200 years) and it's all the more special since it is still lived in to this day. The site’s history dates back almost... more

Nutbourne Vineyard

Gay Street, Pulborough

Nutbourne Vineyard, Gay Street, Pulborough, West Sussex

Nutbourne Vineyards were first planted in 1980 and there are now 18 acres of vines in production. We grow 7 different types of grape: - The Riesling Style: - Bacchus, Huxelrebe, Reichensteiner, Schönburger, Muller Thurgau, and some Pinot Noir and... more

Bolney Wine Estate

Foxhole Lane, Bolney

Bolney Wine Estate, Foxhole Lane, Bolney, West Sussex

Fine wine from England? You bet. Bolney Wine Estate has been producing top quality sparkling, red and white in various guises since 1972 and a tour around the South Downs site is eye-opening stuff. Did you know, for example, that this area of the UK... more

Manor Farm & Country Park

Pylands Lane, Bursledon, Southampton

Manor Farm & Country Park, Pylands Lane, Southampton, Hampshire

There is so much to do at Manor Farm and Country Park in Southampton that you may want to come back straight away after your first visit. Make the acquaintance of Mrs Earwicker, the farmer’s wife, down on the Victorian Farm and take a farmyard walk... more

Shanklin Chine

12 Pomona Road, Shanklin

Shanklin Chine, 12 Pomona Road, Shanklin, Isle of Wight

Shanklin Chine is a world famous gorge that drops 150ft from the cliff to sea level. A deeply shaded path winds down to the shore where there are over 150 plants and mosses to see. Fisherman's Cottage This unique thatched pub situated on the... more

Marwell Zoo

Thompson's Lane, Colden Common, Winchester

Marwell Zoo, Thompson's Lane, Winchester, Hampshire

What sets Marwell Wildlife apart from many other zoos are its lovely grounds which are just perfect picnicking territory come the warmer months. Surrounding the Grade I listed Marwell Hall (where Henry VIII is reputed to have married Jane Seymour),... more

Royal Pavilion

4/5 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton

Royal Pavilion, 4/5 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton, East Sussex

Ever wondered how playboy King George IV visited his mistresses in Brighton without being seen? The Royal Pavilion, John Nash’s 19th century seaside palace masterpiece, recreates what life was like for the party loving royal, from the frantic... more

Guildford House Gallery

155 High Street, Guildford

Guildford House Gallery, 155 High Street, Guildford, Surrey

Guildford House Gallery is a fascinating 17th century Grade 1 listed town house located on the high street. It has been the home of the Borough Art Collection since 1959 and offers a varied programme of temporary exhibitions, talks, tours and... more

Guildford Cathedral

Stag Hill, Guildford

Guildford Cathedral, Stag Hill, Guildford, Surrey

From its commanding hilltop position, Guildford Cathedral is an imposing landmark. It is one of England's youngest cathedrals and was designed by Sir Edward Maufe. Beneath the golden angel which tops the tower is a graceful interior of elegance,... more

Winchester Cathedral

Cathedral Office, 9 The Close, Winchester

Winchester Cathedral, Cathedral Office, Winchester, Hampshire

Winchester Cathedral offers a wealth of beauty, from its outstanding architecture to the deep emotions stirred by its choral music – a wonderful heritage that belongs to us all. For over a thousand years, people have come to seek inspiration in this... more

Bucklers Hard Village

Maritime Museum, Bucklers Hard, Beaulieu

Bucklers Hard Village, Maritime Museum, Beaulieu, Hampshire

It’s hard to believe that three ships that fought at Trafalgar with Lord Nelson were built in the idyllic little New Forest hamlet of Buckler’s Hard. But this now peaceful riverside tourist spot, now focused around a maritime museum, was once a hub... more

Blackgang Chine

Blackgang, Ventnor

Blackgang Chine, Blackgang, Ventnor, Isle of Wight

There’s a lovely history to Blackgang Chine, the Isle of Wight’s famous attraction that celebrates its 170th birthday in 2013. Started by entrepreneur Alexander Dabell seeking to make his fortune, it began life as a ravine filled with pretty paths... more

The New Forest Wildlife Park

Deerleap Lane, Ashurst, Southampton

The New Forest Wildlife Park, Deerleap Lane, Southampton, Hampshire

You’ll find a warm welcome at New Forest Wildlife Park, where our friendly and knowledgeable keepers will do their best to ensure you have a fascinating and enjoyable day out. Set in lovely natural woodland in the heart of the New Forest National... more

Bluebell Railway

Sheffield Park Station, Uckfield

Bluebell Railway, Sheffield Park Station, Uckfield, East Sussex

The Bluebell Railway, which runs nine miles along the border between east and west Sussex, is probably one of the most famous heritage steam railway attractions in the country and has been ferrying nostalgia-seeking passengers and train-mad kids... more

Paradise Park

Avis Road, Newhaven

Paradise Park, Avis Road, Newhaven, East Sussex

Made up of Planet Earth Museum, a heritage trail and gardens, a kids’ play zone and a garden centre, Paradise Park in Newhaven, East Sussex, provides plenty whether the weather’s inclement or fine. The museum charts life on earth from the very start... more

Newhaven Fort

Fort Road, Newhaven

Newhaven Fort, Fort Road, Newhaven, East Sussex

An award winning attraction and a fine example of an English fortification, Newhaven Fort has the sights and sounds of the past, offering a unforgettable day out for the whole family. The massive walls, ramparts, tunnels and gun emplacements all fire... more

Wellington Country Park

Odiham Road, Riseley, Reading

Wellington Country Park, Odiham Road, Reading, Berkshire

Across 350 acres of parkland, Wellington Country Park presents the biggest outdoor play opportunities in Berkshire. It has an absolute mass of things to do for kids up to about the age of eight. With an adventure playground, toddler area, sandpits,... more

New Forest National Park

South Efford House, Milford Road, Lymington

New Forest National Park, South Efford House, Lymington, Hampshire

The New Forest National Park is a unique landscape of ancient woodland, heather-covered heath, wide lawns, boggy mires, gentle farmland, coastal saltmarsh and mudflats and picturesque villages. It is one of the last places in the south-east of... more

Ascot Racecourse, Ascot, Berkshire

Everyone’s heard of Ascot, not least because the TV news can’t resist showing footage of those elaborate hats sported by the ladies each summer. Royal Ascot in June is, undoubtedly, the highlight of the year for this Berkshire attraction but there... more

Sandown Park Racecourse, Esher, Surrey

Many rate the Surrey racecourse their favourite, and it is easy to see why. Racing is high-class, and a good mix of Flat and National Hunt, including on the same card at some meetings, which means there is something for everyone. Viewing is... more

Drusillas Zoo Park

Alfriston Road, Alfriston

Drusillas Zoo Park, Alfriston Road, Alfriston, East Sussex

Widely known as the best small zoo in Europe, Drusillas Park offers a fun-tastic day out that includes hundreds of exotic animals, from monkeys and meerkats to penguins and pandas. However animals are only half the fun! Kids will adore all the... more

Hampton Court Palace

East Molesey

Hampton Court Palace, East Molesey, London

Everyone has heard of Hampton Court Palace, where the mighty King Henry VIII entertained, wooed and ruled with a rod of iron. The Great Hall is England’s greatest example of a medieval hall and was host to Shakespeare’s company in 1603/4 while the... more

Hever Castle & Gardens, Edenbridge, Kent

Hever Castle, a romantic 13th century moated castle, was the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII´s second wife - inside there are prayer books signed and inscribed by Anne Boleyn. In 1903 the estate was bought by American William Waldorf Astor,... more

Windsor Castle

Windsor

Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire

The largest inhabited castle in the world with its battlements looming over the town, Windsor Castle is a simply fabulous day out. Totally geared up for kids, there’s a free family audio tour that really brings the castle to life plus activity trails... more

Chartwell

Mapleton Road, Westerham

Chartwell, Mapleton Road, Westerham, Kent

Immerse yourself in the rural life of Sir Winston Churchill with a visit to his idyllic family country home Chartwell near Edenbridge in Kent, now operated by the National Trust. Really well versed guides walk you through the rooms, all in period... more

Bucklebury Farm Park

Bucklebury, Reading

Bucklebury Farm Park, Bucklebury, Reading, Berkshire

If you’re in Berkshire with a couple of kids and time on your hands, they will thank you mightily for booking a trip to Bucklebury Farm Park. Discover more than 70 acres of parkland where you’ll find deer roaming, free tractor and trailor rides... more

Newbury Racecourse PLC, Newbury, Berkshire

Perhaps the biggest testament to how good a racecourse Newbury is comes with the news that it has been voted Racecourse of the Year five times in a row – no other has come close to matching that accolade. The key to Newbury’s popularity is that it... more

Salisbury Cathedral

33 The Close, Salisbury

Salisbury Cathedral, 33 The Close, Salisbury, Wiltshire

Salisbury Cathedral: Be inspired by the peace and beauty of one of Britain´s finest medieval cathedrals, Salisbury offers a warm welcome to all who visit. Set within eight acres of lawn and surrounded by historic buildings and museums within the... more

Moors Valley Country Park

Horton Road, Ashley Heath, Ringwood

Moors Valley Country Park, Horton Road, Ringwood, Dorset

Moors Valley Country Park covers 750 acres in the valley of the Moors River. There is so much to do, a steam railway, 18 hole golf course, walks and cycle trails.... more

Battersea Park Children's Zoo, Battersea Park

You can’t beat a good zoo. Battersea Park Children's Zoo at London's Chelsea Gate brings wildlife to the city with an excellent array of creatures with which to wow your kids. Pop up beside the meerkats, hang out with Wiggle and Piggle the Kune Kune... more

Kensington Palace, London, London

Although there is much history surrounding Kensington Palace, it is as the home of Princess Diana that it is perhaps most famous. Turned into a palace from a Jacobean home in the late 1600s by the likes of Sir Christopher Wren and Nicholas Hawksmoor,... more

Oceanarium

Pier Approach, West Beach, Bournemouth

Oceanarium, Pier Approach, Bournemouth, Dorset

The award-winning Oceanarium, Bournemouth takes you on a spectacular underwater adventure. Come face to face with stunning sharks, curious rare green sea turtles and brightly coloured clownfish, to menacing piranhas, venomous lionfish and the weirdly... more

Westminster Cathedral

Ambrosden Avenue, London

Westminster Cathedral, Ambrosden Avenue, London, London

Westminster Cathedral is one London's best kept secrets. Its stunning Byzantine architecture sets it apart from other London landmarks. The Cathedral is world renowned for its wonderful music and choir. Visitors will find this a very special place to... more

Buckingham Palace, London, London

Possibly the most famous and iconic building on the Britain's Finest website, Buckingham Palace has had tourists to London swooning for centuries and delighting them further since the powers that be decided to open its doors to the public. Built in... more

Lord's Tour & MCC Museum

Lord's Ground, London

Lord's Tour & MCC Museum, Lord's Ground, London, London

Lord´s Tour & MCC Museum is renowned as the home of cricket and England´s premier ground for international matches. The fully guided tour includes the Pavilion, MCC Museum, which celebrates the 450 year history of the game, and many other places of... more

Sherlock Holmes Museum

221b Baker Street, London

Sherlock Holmes Museum, 221b Baker Street, London, London

The Sherlock Holmes Museum has already had over 2 million visitors since opening 12 years ago. It is unique. It is in a Georgian building dating from 1815. It is totally unspoiled (by which is meant un-modernised!) and is identical to the lodging... more

Vinopolis

No 1 Bank End, London

Vinopolis, No 1 Bank End, London, London

Whether your knowledge of wine stretches only as far as what it says on the back of a bottle of Pinot or would put Jane McQuitty to shame, Vinopolis makes for a very pleasing afternoon’s London attraction. All high-vaulted ceilings and exposed... more

ZSL London Zoo

Outer Circle, Regent's Park, London

ZSL London Zoo, Outer Circle, London, London

At ZSL London Zoo visit the new exhibit Gorilla Kingdom to experience the sights, sounds and smells of the rainforest within a natural walk through environment and get closer than ever before to a group of Western lowland gorillas. Feel the heat of... more

Tower of London

Tower Hill, London

Tower of London, Tower Hill, London, London

Even before you get into the Tower of London, you’re treading on historic territory – Tower Green was the site where Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard waved goodbye to their heads. The Tower, built in the 11th century by William the Conqueror, is one... more

Guildhall Art Gallery & Roman London´s Amphitheatre, Guildhall Yard, London, London

Two attractions on one site, the Guildhall Art Gallery and Roman London Amphitheatre provide a fascinating day out in the capital. The former houses the City of London Corporation’s art collection and is home to, and designed around, Britain´s... more

1066 Battle of Hastings, Abbey and Battlefield, High Street, Battle, East Sussex

Even the most hopeless history student (me) has heard of the Battle of Hastings, 1066 and all that but I don’t think there can be a better way of bringing to life this historic moment in English heritage than to actually visit the site where it all... more

Old Spitalfields Market

105a Commercial Street, Spitalfields, London

Old Spitalfields Market, 105a Commercial Street, London, London

Old Spitalfields Market, located in the heart of Spitalfields is a premier London attraction it is one of the finest surviving Victorian Market Halls in London built 1876. Old Spitalfields Market provides a fashion, antiques and food offering... more

Bedgebury National Pinetum & Forest

Bedgebury Road, Goudhurst, Cranbrook

Bedgebury National Pinetum & Forest, Bedgebury Road, Cranbrook, Kent

Pack your rucksack with a flask of tea and some sandwiches and set off for a day of mountain biking, tree-climbing, zip-wiring, horse-riding or simply strolling with the dog and chatting through some of the glorious 2000 acres that make up Bedgebury... more

Brownsea Island

Poole Harbour, Poole

Brownsea Island, Poole Harbour, Poole, Dorset

The inspiration for many a story by children’s writer Enid Blyton, from a child’s point of view it’s hard to imagine a better spot for ripping adventures and lashings of ginger beer than Brownsea Island. The fun starts on the boat ride over from... more

Poole Pottery Retail Outlet

The Quay, Poole

Poole Pottery Retail Outlet, The Quay, Poole, Dorset

Discover the largest collection of Poole Pottery in the world at the home of Poole Pottery on Poole Quay. Poole Pottery was established in 1873 and you can still see the team at work today using traditional techniques to create distinctive... more

Didcot Railway Centre, Didcot, Oxfordshire

Didcot Railway Centre is home to a collection of over twenty Great Western Railway steam locomotives based in the original engine shed or under restoration in the locomotive works, together with Great Western carriages and wagons. There is a typical... more

Farmer Palmer's Farm Park

Wareham Road, Organford, Poole

Farmer Palmer's Farm Park, Wareham Road, Poole, Dorset

“Play More, Learn More, Experience and Explore” Farmer Palmer’s is designed for children aged 0-8 years and their families. Our visitor’s journey through a safe environment, with clean and well maintained play equipment. With both outdoor and... more

Corfe Castle

The Square, Corfe, Wareham

Corfe Castle, The Square, Wareham, Dorset

We defy you to stand high on the hill alongside Corfe Castle, look across the surrounding Purbeck countryside and not feel a whiff of pride at just how lovely the British rural landscape can be. Discover the rich history that is imbued into the ruins... more

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