Southampton Incentives

Southampton Incentives

Southampton Incentives

Southampton incentives


Beaulieu |  SeaCity Museum |  Get out on the water |  Operation I.O.W

Southampton and the solent region has a raft of museums, stately homes and water-based activities to thrill groups and inspire team motivational skills.




Beaulieu is home to the National Motor Museum, featuring 280 vehicles from F1 racing cars and land speed record breakers, to incredible examples of pioneering motoring. 

Groups can also walk in the footsteps of medieval monks at Beaulieu Abbey and receive a private tour of Palace House, home to the Montagu family. Costumed guides will give your guests a flavour of what it would have been like here in Victorian times.

Visit Beaulieu to find out more.



SeaCity Museum

seacity_museum, Southampton, England

This innovative, state-of-the-art museum focuses on Southampton and its connection with the sea, including the city’s Titanic heritage and the stories of the people who have travelled in and out of the city through the ages. 

The SeaCity Museum is situated at the heart of Southampton’s emerging cultural quarter and its magnificent first floor galleries and special exhibition area can play host to exclusive evening events for approximately 500 guests.

Visit SeaCity Museum to find out more.



Get out on the water

Ocean Village, Southampton

After a morning of exploring Southampton’s maritime history, get groups out on the water so they can see for themselves the bustling port of Southampton. 

A fast-paced treasure hunt on RIBs (rigid inflatable boats), or a more leisurely (but no less competitive) sail across to Beaulieu River or the Isle of Wight are both great incentive ideas.

Sailing experiences can also be incorporated with some of the region's renowned regattas, such as Cowes.

Visit Destination Southampton CVB to find out more.



 Operation I.O.W

Aerial view of Needles, Isle of Wight, England.

Operation I.O.W is exhilarating from the word go as guests are flown by helicopter to the north end of the Isle of Wight for a 24-hour stretch in a state-of-the-art military base. 

Staying overnight in army barracks, guests will be roused in the morning by the sound of a bugle and then briefed on the tasks they’ll be facing. These include a high rope course, SA80 Laser Rifle Training System, the largest mobile climbing wall in the UK, a water traverse, Canadian canoes, mortar firing and a number of explosives and pyrotechnics designed to sharpen the wits. 

An exhilarating two-hour treasure hunt concludes the day’s activities, followed by a high-speed extraction by RIB.

Visit LYC Events to find out more.



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