Paultons Park is home to over 60 fun rides and attractions, it’s also home to Peppa Pig World. A definite must for those holidaying with younger guests, light up your littles ones faces as you capture then meeting their idols!
Embark on a thrilling and exciting tree top adventure with the family and tale om a healthy dollop of breath-taking scenery. From tree top high ropes, wobbly crossings and a wind-in-your-face zip wire you’ll find it hard not leave with out memories!
Offering incredible views across the Solent, you can even see us on Hayling Island! Located at Gunwharf Quays, take advantage of the shops, restaurants, bars and attractions! Soaring 170 meters above the harbour the tower is taller than the London Eye!
Get up close and personal to some rather impressive creatures that make their home at Marwell Zoo. With 100’s of animals, including Tigers, Meerkats and Cheetahs, three adventure playgrounds and a train there is plenty on offer to keep you entertained!
Whatever the weather there’s plenty to do, inside and out. Thrill seekers can ‘hold on for a fast ride’ as they whirl through the air on Cyclone, families can enjoy the Dodgems, as well as a whole host of attractions for the little ones such as bowling, carousal, arcade games and more.
More than just a museum Beaulieu is an award winning day out with something for everyone. One ticket includes access to all these stunning attractions; National Motor Museum, Palace House, Army Exhibition, Beaulieu Abbey, World of Top Gear, On Screen Cars, Monorail and more!
Step back in time and discover the history of the surrounding area. Visit some amazing Cathedrals, delve into Portsmouth’s nautical past at the historic Dockyard or learn about the Romans at Fishbourne Roman Palace. Offering a perfect family day out whether it’s castles you want or classic ships!
The Hayling coastal path runs most of the length of Hayling along the original route of the ‘Hayling Billy’ train line. The 4 mile long path on the coast of the island, between West Town and Langstone Bridge, gives everyone the opportunity to enjoy the scenic beauty and range of wildlife that inhabits the Island.
Although we have crazy golf on park, for those that like to enjoy the fresh air and some healthy competition Hayling has two ‘pay and play’ golf courses: One on the seafront and one at the edge of Tournerbury woods. Both offer a challenging game mixed with great scenery.
The New Forest offers plenty of opportunities for scenic walks, cycle rides and wildlife spotting. Explore the New Forest as you please and stop off at a traditional English pub for a spot of lunch!
Pay a visit to what once was the birthplace of the famous novelist. This small terraced house in which he lived in for a short amount of time has been restored and furnished to resemble the middle-class taste of Charles Dickens’ era.
The combination of strobe lights, sound effects, stories and recovered items bring the whole D-Day story to life. Take an optional guided tour but be warned, due to popularity you may need to book several weeks in advance!
From sharks to clownfish and everything in-between. Get up face-to-fin to these extraordinary sea creatures through the underwater viewing tunnel. An educational, fun day for all the family.
Southsea castle was built with great haste back in 1544 due to Henry VIII’s fears of a French attack on Portsmouth. The castle has tonnes of history especially as it was used as a military base for over 400 years. Visit the castle for a taster of what life was like during its active year.