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Hurrah! The month of two bank holidays is upon us and if you are looking for things to do, places to stay and bank holiday events to attend, you have come to the right place.

Bank Holiday dates: 5th May, 6th May and Bank Holiday Monday 7th May and the Spring Bank Holiday on 26th,27th and 28th May. 

Below you’ll find our official guide to the May bank holidays in Hampshire.


May Bank Holiday Short Breaks in Hampshire

Planning a Bank Holiday getaway? Hampshire is home to two National Parks, a scenic coastline, vibrant towns and cities, top family attractions and quality accommodation, making it a must visit. The May Bank Holidays are the perfect opportunity to take a mini camping break and Hampshire is home to a number of excellent campsites. If you don't like the idea of camping there is plenty of alternative accommodation to choose from.

See all campsites in Hampshire

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See hotels in Hampshire

See holiday cottages in Hampshire


Top Bank Holiday Events in Hampshire

From festivals and sporting events to family activities and country shows you’ll find a number of May Bank Holiday events to keep the whole family entertained.


For a full guide to what’s on over the May bank holiday weekends visit our what’s on guide.


Bank Holiday Days Out in Hampshire

Hampshire is home to a number of amazing attractions offering memorable days out for the whole family. You’ll find country parks, zoos, museums, theme parks, gardens, stately homes and many more.

See all of attractions in Hampshire

Want to get outdoors over the Bank Holiday weekends? Hampshire is famous for its cycling, whether you are looking for long distant road cycling, mountain biking or off road family cycling.

Visit our Cycling in Hampshire website for further information

Explore the county by foot and enjoy walks through scenic countryside, National Parks or along the coastline. For something a little more adventurous over the bank holidays why not pay a visit to the New Forest Water Park, Go Ape or book a session on the water with the New Forest Stand up Paddle Sport Company.


Looking for places to eat over the May Bank Holiday weekends? Check out of food and drink pages.

Don’t forget to tag us in your Bank Holiday Hampshire snaps on Instagram by using #VisitHampshire.

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