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Take a short ferry ride from the Quay over to the National Trust's Brownsea Island for an afternoon of quiet walks, red squirrels, ice-cream & cake!
Unique National Trust island in Europe’s largest Natural harbour. It’s where the first scout camp took place and is inhabits by Red Squirrels.
Take a boat trip to the island just off the coast of Poole where you may see the red squirrel or just enjoy the he e beautiful beach.
This is located in the middle of Poole Harbour and is National Trust. Ferry go regularly and it is a beautiful to go and have a picnic and walk
Brownsea Island, also archaically known as Branksea, is the largest of the islands in Poole Harbour in the county of Dorset, England. The island is owned by the National Trust with the northern half managed by the Dorset Wildlife Trust. Much of the island is open to the public and includes areas of…
Take the short ferry ride from either Poole Quay or Sandbanks to Brownsea Island. This island is owned by the National Trust and is one of the very few places in the UK where you will get to see the red squirrel
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“The Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre is a 65-acre (26.3 ha) ape and monkey sanctuary and rescue centre near Wool, Dorset.”
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“Beautiful beach on a nature reserve, accessed via the sandbanks chain ferry.”
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“The old town and quay is really quaint and has a nice selection of restaurants and old pubs. There are great views of Poole Harbour and even Sunseeker Yachts which normally has a few Million Pound boats moored up outside if you fancy splashing out!!!! You can also do boats trips from here that go to various places like Wareham River and Brownsea Island and Swanage.(citycruisespoole.com) ”
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“The Tank Museum brings history to life, with the world’s best collection of tanks and explosive live displays. Come face-to-face with over 300 huge military machines and hear about amazing experiences as you explore our nine powerful and awe-inspiring exhibitions covering over a century of history. Don’t miss for 2020 – the brand new Second World War exhibition, opening Spring. ‘WW2: War Stories’ tells the story of the British tank crewman through veteran interviews, artefacts, and – of course – tanks! With trails and quizzes, interactive games and exhibits, indoor and outdoor play areas, and free talks and tours (including getting inside a real tank!), you can spend the whole day at The Tank Museum without getting bored. In the spring and summer holidays you can see Tanks in Action and ride round the arena in an M548 tracked vehicle, as well as craft activities during term-time weekends. There are special events going on throughout the year at The Tank Museum including TANKFEST, model shows and Tiger Days, as well as a Christmas food fair and VE Day 75th anniversary celebration. PLUS take advantage of Dorset kids go free days and other event offers. The Tank Museum is fully wheelchair accessible throughout, with free wheelchairs for hire available. As well as being close to Wool station, there is a large free carpark including coach, motorbike and disabled parking. There is an onsite restaurant and café serving a variety of hot meals, snacks, and drinks from Dorset and South West suppliers.”
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“Great seafood and fish dishes (meat too) - Fantastic location, right on the shore, overlooking Brownsea Island - Pricey”
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