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Explore Beaulieu • Interactive map

Use our interactive map on below to get more information about some of our attractions.

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    Car Parking

    Free car parking for over 1,000 cars, motorcycles, motorhomes and coaches - with plenty more overflow parking for busy event days...

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    Disabled Parking

    A tarmac disabled car-park near to our visitor reception. Read our Access Statement for more information on our other facilities.

  • 3

    Visitor Reception

    Main entrance, exit and location of the main shop.

  • 4

    National Motor Museum Trust
    Collections
    Centre

    Home of the National Motor Museum Trust. Visits by appointment only.

  • 5

    Brabazon Restaurant

    Beaulieu is proud to offer a range of fresh, homemade produce in the Brabazon Restaurant using, where possible, fresh fruit and vegetables from the Beaulieu Gardens.

  • 6

    On Screen Cars

    The car's the star in this ever changing exhibition of TV and film favourites.

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    Monorail Station

    This high-level, mile-long Monorail will take you on a sedate circuit of the attraction.

  • 8

    The World of Top Gear

    We've gathered the cars that were battered, modified and generally ruined on BBC's Top Gear in a special exhibition that pays homage to the world's biggest car show.

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    Veteran Bus Stop

    Climb aboard for a gentle and nostalgic ride through the grounds to Palace House.

  • 10

    Event fields

    Beaulieu is home to dozens of events - ranging from small car club rallies to the world famous International Autojumble.

  • 11

    Go Karts - Arena

    (Seasonal) Children and teenagers can race to victory in our Go Karts from Krazee Karting.

  • 12

    National Motor Museum

    From the earliest motor carriages to classic family saloons, the National Motor Museum boasts one of the finest collections of cars, motorcycles and motoring memorabilia in the world.

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    Picnic Area

    Use one of the many picnic benches to enjoy your lunch. We even have an undercover area for all-weather dining.

  • 14

    Dipsticks Driving Circuit & Mini Motor Play Area

    Let off steam in our motoring themed children’s play area – with swings, climbing frame and more.

  • 15

    Beaulieu Abbey Church Ruins

    The conserved ruins of a once vast medieval structure, destroyed in 1538.

  • 16

    Victorian Flower Garden

    Herbaceous borders crammed with colourful flowers and a sweet smelling Rose Garden planted with old garden roses.

  • 17

    Victorian Kitchen Garden

    Restored to its 1872 layout, this garden and its century old vine house still supplies Palace House with seasonal vegetables, fruit and flowers.

  • 18

    Abbey Exhibition

    An exhibition telling the story of this 13th Century English Abbey and the monks who lived and worked here.

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    Beaulieu Parish Church

    Now a popular venue for weddings, visitors are welcome to enter when services are not taking place.

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    Monorail Station

    This high-level, mile-long Monorail will take you on a sedate circuit of the attraction.

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    Veteran Bus Stop

    Climb aboard for a gentle and nostalgic ride through the grounds to the Brabazon Restaurant.

  • 22

    The Secret Army

    Uncover Beaulieu’s history as a top secret training establishment for agents of the Special Operations Executive (SOE) during World War Two.

  • 23

    Palace House

    Explore this fantastic example of a Victorian gothic styled country home, as costumed guides give you a flavour of life 'below stairs'.

  • 24

    Millpond Walk

    Step off the central pathway to enjoy views across the tidal Beaulieu River from this meandering route.

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    The Wilderness Garden

    Dating back to the 1770s, this garden was established by John, 2nd Duke of Montagu, to complement the alterations he was making to Palace House.

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    Millpond walk

    Step off the central pathway to enjoy views across the tidal Beaulieu River from this meandering route.

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