For the first time at Beaulieu, a sculpture exhibition featuring the work of over 60 international and national sculptors will showcase more than 350 stunning works throughout the grounds and gardens of the ancestral Montagu home of Palace House.
The fantasmagorical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang 50 years exhibition, the first sculpture trail with internationally acclaimed sculptors, brand new car events and a celebration of the work of Lord Montagu’s mother are all fresh reasons to visit Beaulieu in 2019.
New group tours for falconry have been added to Beaulieu’s 2019 line-up, while new exhibitions Chitty Chitty Bang Bang 50 years and the first professional sculpture trail are offering fresh reasons to visit.
If you go down to Mill Pond Walk you’re sure of a big surprise, with the arrival of a larger-than-life woodland sprite which is the latest in a series of mythical tree carvings from ancient folklore.
Beaulieu’s popular Veteran Bus which has driven thousands of visitors around the attraction is celebrating 40 years since its star appearance in the classic film The Thirty Nine Steps.
There’s nothing like Beaulieu for a fun-packed summer with incredible creations in a brand new customised car art exhibition in the National Motor Museum, magnificent birds of prey with Lord Montagu’s first falconer in 300 years at Beaulieu Abbey Cloister and a two-day celebration of powerful dream machines at Beaulieu Supercar Weekend.
Lord Montagu has rekindled Beaulieu's ancient association with the art of falconry by appointing the first official falconer in three centuries.
The bright pink taxi familiar to millions of fans of the cult BBC comedy The League of Gentlemen has gone on show in Beaulieu’s On Screen Cars display of TV and film favourites.
Beaulieu has been shortlisted as one of Britain’s best classic car destinations – and you can vote for this jewel of the New Forest as your favourite place to enjoy a memorable petrol-fuelled day out.
Doctor Who’s much-loved car Bessie, which was a favourite with millions of viewers for its futuristic features in the Seventies, has been put on show in On Screen Cars at the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu.
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