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Come and meet friendly farm animals, have a rainforest experience in Victorian glasshouses or get lost in the maze.
With a farm full of friendly animals, the south coast’s largest ornamental glasshouses, beautiful gardens and 1,000 acres of country park to explore, there’s something for everyone.
Children can feed the animals and let off steam in George’s farmyard Play Barn, which includes a soft play toddler zone, climbing walls, fireman’s pole, a net bridge, slides and much more!
Relax in the beautiful walled gardens, take in the sights, sounds and smells of the sensory garden, go fishing in the lake, or take a stroll in the beautifully landscaped parkland.
While Staunton Country Park is open, Staunton Farm remains closed, with no set date for reopening. Please check the website below for more information.
From the Tudor ramparts of Henry VIII's Southsea Castle, to The D-Day Story, there's plenty of Portsmouth’s heritage for you to explore in the seaside town of Southsea.
Location: Portsmouth, Hampshire
A story of daring exploits and courageous acts, as commemorated along Hayling Island’s WWII heritage trail.
Location: Hayling Island, Hampshire
Are you brave enough to tackle high wire bridges and navigate rope ladders whilst hovering 10 metres above the sea at Clarence Pier?
Venture back to 1912 and immerse yourself in the story of RMS Titanic at Southampton’s interactive, state-of-the-art SeaCity Museum.
Location: Southampton, Hampshire
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