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The New Forest ponies and excellent walking and hiking The New Forest
The New Forest is 90,000 acres of exceptional woodland - home to its famous ponies, five varieties of deer and many other wild animals and birds. Almost two thirds of the New Forest is open to visitors, who can either amble through the heathland and streams, follow mapped-out walks or enjoy horse riding and pony treks. Tucked away throughout the forest are picturesque villages with traditional churches, pubs and quaint shops.
http://www.new-forest-uk.co.uk/

National Motor Museum nd home of the world famous Beaulieu International Autojumble and Automart National Motor Museum
Few car museums in the world can match the unique collection of the National Motor Museum, managed by the National Motor Museum Trust, and home of the world famous Beaulieu International Autojumble and Automart.
http://www.beaulieu.co.uk/

Beaulieu Beaulieu
Formerly the Great Gatehouse of Beaulieu Abbey, Palace House has been the home of the Montagu family since 1538. Today, whether your interest is as a private individual, group or part of an educational visit, you can still see the monastic origins of the building and talk to Victorian characters from the House as you explore Britain's most visited Stately Home.
http://www.beaulieu.co.uk/

Paultons Park theme and amusement park Paultons Park
This park is designed with four to 14-year-olds in mind with no white-knuckle rides. Some rides have height restrictions. Paultons Park is, on the whole, good value for money and much prettier than most theme parks.

Bucklers Hard Bucklers Hard
The village is on the river with cottages facing a waterside street, and was a. very important ship building centre in the 18th century using New Forest oaks, they built 30 ships for Nelson including the Agamemnon.You pay to enter the village, but this includes entry to the museum and the re-constructions such as the restored homes and the inn with customised figures and audio presentations.
http://www.bucklershard.co.uk/


 
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