Mid Hants Railway (Watercress Line)
There are lots of family attractions in Hampshire and plenty of things to do for all the family to enjoy. Find out about creepy crawlies, sea creatures or birds of prey at some of Hampshire's many animal attractions.
Many of Hampshire's museums and historic sites have interactive exhibits and the county's theme parks, cinemas and swimming pools will also keep children entertained.
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Covering an area of 400 acres, Manor Farm Country Park is a delightful mix of woodland, riverside and open space. Situated conveniently just off the junction 8 of the M27, the park is located on the banks of the picturesque river Hamble.
Paultons Family Theme Park Home of Peppa Pig World offers a great family day out with over 60 different attractions and rides included in the price!
A visit to Marwell Zoo is a chance to get close to the wonders of the natural world – and play a big part in helping to save them.
View things differently at the top of Britain’s best viewing tower – the stunning 170 metre tall icon on the South Coast.
Discover the many stories of Basing House, a nationally important historical site. This magnificent attraction dates from the Norman period and was the site of the largest private house in Tudor England.
Go Ape Alice Holt
Days out at Go Ape are about living life more adventurously, having fun with friends and family and getting in touch with your inner Tarzan (he’s in there, we promise).
Go Ape offers two to three hours of tree top fun. It’s a great way to get outdoors and have some fun. We take...
The museum is suitable for all ages, with plenty to keep the whole family occupied. Younger visitors can explore the museum's specially created Post Office and explore the museum through a range of I-Spy trails.
Set in 22 acres of woodland and wildflower meadow, there are over 150 birds of prey on view, from owls to eagles! Visit our Bird of Prey Hospital, Fund-a-Bird HQ, Viewing Hides and hold a British bird of prey. There is so much to see and do!
Open all year. Over 42,000 plants set within a 180 acres garden paradise. Children's play features include tree house, flying carpet swing and bamboo tunnels. One of Europe’s largest Winter Gardens. Excellent restaurant. Children Free.
Historic house and garden, home of Gilbert White, author of 'The Natural History of Selborne'. Exhibition on Frank Oates, explorer and Capt Lawrence Oates of Antarctic fame.