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Explore the Forest in a unique and exciting way. Hop on and off at villages, attractions and forest walks, or just sit back, relax and enjoy the view…
There are three connecting routes covering the whole of the National Park with fascinating on board commentaries about the people, places and animals of the New Forest.
The Green Route covers the south and east of the New Forest - calling at Lyndhurst, Brockenhurst, Lymington, Lymington Pier, Beaulieu National Motor Museum, Exbury Gardens and Steam Railway.
The Red Route runs around the north and west of the New Forest - calling at Burley, Ringwood, Fordingbridge, Sandy Balls Holiday Centre, Cadnam, Ashurst, and Lyndhurst.
The Blue Route takes you to the south and west of the New Forest coast and countryside – calling at Lymington, Keyhaven, Milford-on-Sea, Barton-on-Sea, Burley and Brockenhurst.
The New Forest Tour runs daily between 28 June and 14 September. Tickets are valid for all three routes and you can hop on and off all day long.
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