Sunhats, t-shirts and ice cream at the ready...the summer holidays are here! There's so much to see and do at Beaulieu this summer.
From the National Motor Museum’s Motoring in Miniature - Toys of Your Childhood exhibition to a bustling events calendar, there's something for all the family, together.
From Saturday 24th July - Friday 3rd September* meet Lord Montagu's falconer and watch amazing falconry displays. Don't forget to visit the Abbot's Mews exhibition in Beaulieu Abbey to learn more about the history of these magnificent birds.
- 1pm in the Beaulieu Abbey Cloister
- 3pm on the Palace House lawn
*Falconry displays will not be taking place on the 6th, 7th and 8th August
The gates of Little Beaulieu are open and ready to welcome you this summer.
Lookout towers, magical bookcases a tricky rope maze and so much more; there's a secret around every corner...
PLUS younger tots have their own zone of Little Beaulieu, packed with a sand pit for excavations as well as the wooden play bus, modelled on Beaulieu’s Veteran Bus which drives visitors around the attraction.
Relive the joy and excitement of your favourite childhood toy cars in this fun-filled family exhibition in the National Motor Museum that showcases more than 800 toy cars and pedal cars.
BEAULIEU SUPERCAR WEEKEND
Join us on 7th and 8th August for a must-see family spectacular that brings some of the world's most exclusive and desirable motors to Beaulieu.
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SCULPTURE AT BEAULIEU
Sculpture at Beaulieu has returned for 2021, featuring the works from international and national sculptors, on display until 30th August.
Each piece has been carefully selected to take full advantage of their unique backdrop; from the atmospheric ruins of Beaulieu Abbey to the serene beauty of the Victorian Flower Garden and the intimate setting of Palace House.
GUESS WHO'S BACK...
After 18 months out of action, our veteran bus is back up and running!
This replica 1912 open-topped London bus invites you to climb aboard for a gentle and nostalgic ride through the grounds between the two on-site bus stops.
OUT & ABOUT
On selected days* this summer get hands-on with creative workshops in and around the National Motor Museum. Take part in a range of activities inspired by the future of mobility.
From model building and testing, Lego robot rovers and car designing, there will be something on offer every day that's sure to get creative brains firing. Don't forget to share your designs with us when you're finished!
*From 26 July – 3 September. Timings and content may vary.
take the scenic route
Lose yourself this summer in the network of footpaths that criss-cross the attraction.
Originally the grounds of ancient Beaulieu Abbey and later Palace House, the serene grounds and gardens are now carefully managed by our green-fingered team.
Before you visit why not download 'Outdoor Beaulieu', a map and guide written by Lord Montagu. Alternatively, you can pick one up from visitor reception on arrival.
rest your feet
Whether it's an ice cream from the Brabazon Restaurant, or your own packed lunch, Beaulieu’s picturesque parkland is the perfect place to rest your feet and enjoy a family picnic.
Don't forget to share the snaps of your visit on our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter pages using #BeaulieuMemories. We love seeing them!
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Tickets & prices
Normal admission applies and entry includes admission to all of the Beaulieu attractions including the National Motor Museum, World of Top Gear, Little Beaulieu, Palace House, Beaulieu Abbey and our stunning grounds and gardens.
Plan Your Visit
Caring for our local wildlife
The New Forest National Park is home to some amazing animals and we share the roads with horses, donkeys and more. Please drive carefully on your way to Beaulieu.
Falconry demonstrations are run responsibly by Lord Montagu's falconer, Mr Paul Manning of Amews Falconry (licence TAE/2019/01)
There is something for everyone to enjoy with the house and its history, the old monastery and beautiful gardens in addition to the extremely well-presented motor museum.