Hoburne Naish - Fun Days Out
Fun Days Out near Hoburne Naish
Here's some of the activities and experiences you can enjoy on your visit to Hoburne Naish.
about 7 Miles
Fort Victoria is many attractions in one convenient location. What once was a historically important fort is now home to a Marine Aquarium, a Model Railway, a Sea Bed Archaeology Exhibition and a Planetarium. The Country Park also offers delightful woodland walks. Countryside Rangers are on hand to give guided walks of the seashore and the woodland. Admission to the park is free of charge but each of the attractions incur a small charge.
New Forest Otter Owl and Wildlife Park
about 13 Miles
See wildlife in their natural surroundings as you wander round this amazing park. Otters, owls, foxes and badgers are just some of the species you might come across here. This attraction is perfect for sunny days and ideal for animal lovers and families as well as couples. Located in the Marchwood area of Southampton this is a very popular day out.
New Forest Wildlife Park
about 13 Miles
New Forest Wildlife Park should be high on your list of places to visit if you are visiting this region. Stretched out over 25 acres of stunning woodland you can wander around and come face to face with various species of wildlife. Highlights include the North American River otter; European wolf, 12 species of owls, badgers, foxes and deer. When you need to re-charge your batteries head to the Woodland Bakehouse Tearoom for delicious meals and light bites. There is also a charming gift shop.
Loch Lomond Sealife Centre
about 13 Miles
The perfect place to visit on a rainy day this large Sealife Centre is currently offering 2 tickets for £15.00 when you book online. Top attractions include the amazing shark tunnel, the rock pools and the otter enclosure. This year Loch Lomond Sealife Centre is also home to Cammy - the only Giant Sea Turtle in Scotland! The centre also offers visitors an educational experience with talks and hands on events taking place daily.
Play & Farm Park
about 14 Miles
Described as the Isle of Wight's multi activity and play Farm park this attraction will really appeal to families looking for a fun day out. Recently improvements have been made to enlarge the straw fun play barn and this is now the biggest indoor play space on the island. This farm is now split into separate attractions, the play barns and petting farm which include rides on tractors and trailors and the tractor driving experience. Open all year this place is also excellent value for money.
Paultons Family Theme Park
about 15 Miles
This is a really fun and memorable attraction which is suitable for day trips or short breaks. You can buy your tickets online which will help you beat the queues especially in school holidays as well as save money. With a whole host of attractions and thrilling rides there might not be enough time in the day! Exciting rides include the Edge and The Cobra. More family friendly rides for younger children include the Magic Carpet Ride and the Flying Frog. We are sure the whole family will have fun at Paultons so check out their website for the latest opening times and admission costs.
about 15 Miles
Paultons Family Theme Park has recently been greatly improved to include many new attractions for younger visitors. The brand new Peppa Pig World features 7 amazing new rides and an Indoor Play Area to keep the little ones amused for hours. Of course those looking for more adrenaline boosting activities will not be disappointed either as there are over 60 rides in total to try out. The mighty Edge ride and the terrifying Cobra rollercoaster are the ones to go for if white knuckle rides are your thing. Live entertainment is also on offer several times throughout the season including some amazing family shows such as "The Light Fantastic" which takes place this October.
Royal Victoria Country Park
about 17 Miles
Royal Victoria Country Park is highly recommended for a day out in the summer and has lots of things for children to do. There are woodland trails to explore with free maps and guides available. There are also several play areas, one for older children, one for the little ones and one for disabled children so no one is left out of the fun. Within the grounds there is also a heritage site, a tea room and a formal garden.
Robin Hill Country Adventure Park
about 19 Miles
This is an award winning attraction on the isle of wight with so much to see and do. From thrilling rides for the whole family to challenging play for younger kids they have thought of everything. One of the highlights is the Falconry where you can see some of the most breathtaking displays in the UK. You can also get a taste of nature and history here from red squirrels to romans. The great value freedon tickets are well worth the money allowing you to return to the park as often as you like for 7 days.
Robin Hill Adventure Park and Gardens
about 19 Miles
Robin Hill Adventure Park and Gardens is an award willing attraction offering an amazing experience which includes thrilling rides, exciting shows and animal experiences. The park also offers excellent value as one ticked gets visitors in to 2 parks and you can come back as many times as you wish within 7 days. Rides include the family friendly Toboggan Run and Colossus Swinging Galleon but one of the parks most popular attractions is the Falconry where visitors can enjoy some of the finest flying displays in the UK. The park also has a fantastic nature area where Red squirrel safaris are just one of the attractions.
about 20 Miles
Go Ape in Hampshire offers a unique opportunity for energetic adults and children over 10 to let off steam. The fun packed tree top adventure involves swinging through trees, climbing cargo nets, descending down zip wires and trekking through the canopies. Only for those with a good head for heights! The longest Zip wire is a staggering 165m providing adrenaline boosting fun! The site also has a picnic area and kids playground.
Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum
about 22 Miles
The Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum is located in the Salisbury area of Wiltshire and will appeal to those looking for an educational and cultural day out. The exhibits are centred around the history of Salisbury and South Wiltshire from prehistoric times to now. There are plenty of activities on for families and children during school holidays so don't forget to check ahead to see the latest events. There are a gift shop and a cafe on site.
about 23 Miles
Monkey World is not only a local attraction but the work they carry out is amazing. Rescuing and rehabilitating monkeys and assisting governments around the world to stop the smuggling of primates are just some of the purposes of the centre. You get to see the primates themselves many of which have become famous from appearing on the TV show Monkey World - a documentary about this place. Open year round we think this is one of best attractions in Dorset and you even get the chance to adopt a monkey if you choose.
about 23 Miles
Appley Park is a great place for families with young children to spend the day and is especially popular during the summer months. Within the park is a playground with pirate ship, a selection of slides and swings and a pathway leading down to a lovely sandy beach. The nearby seafront also has many attractions including a paddling pool and a 9 hole Pitch and Putt course as well as a water play area.
The Isle of Wight Zoo
about 24 Miles
The Isle of Wight Zoo a firm favourite with holiday makers on The Isle Of Wight. The Zoo aims to offer visitors a fun and educational experience with a more hands on approach than many other zoos. The onsite educational team are always on hand to help visitors get as much from their visit as possible. Playful Monkeys, adorable Lemurs and White Tigers are just some of the animal which can be seen. Younger children will also love the Zoolittle Farm area where they can meet some of the zoos more affectionate residents and even get to hold them. At only £26.00 for a family of 4 the Zoo is excellent value for money too.