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Roald Dahl Museum & Story Centre, 
Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire

Roald Dahl Museum & Story Centre, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire

Best Attractions in England's South East

With some of the most popular attractions in the country, you will never be stuck for ideas on places to visit in South East England this year. When you plan your next trip be sure to look at the range on offer in one of the most diverse and beautiful parts of England.

Enchanting castles, impressive cathedrals, inspiring museums, historic houses and lots more can all be found here in the South East. For starters there is Windsor Castle in Berkshire, Canterbury Cathedral in Kent and Portsmouth Historic Dockyard in Hampshire.  South East England’s climate also makes the area perfor must-see vineyards and beautiful gardens. However, if you prefer to quench your thirst with a beer, there are plenty of established breweries, as well and some Great Country Pubs that showcase these local brews.

If you intend on taking the children along and having some family fun, check out the exciting theme parks and popular zoos – all of which are sure to provide that next memorable day out in South East England for you and your family.

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Mary Rose Museum

Mary Rose Museum

New £27m Mary Rose Museum open 31 May 2013: The famous Tudor warship to finally reveal all her secrets 500 years after she sank The ship that...

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  1. Add Mary Rose Museum to your Itinerary

    Mary Rose Museum





    New £27m Mary Rose Museum open 31 May 2013: The famous Tudor warship to finally reveal all her secrets 500 years after she sank

    The ship that captured the world’s imagination when she was raised from the seabed in 1982 now has a museum built around her, reuniting the ship with its contents...

  2. Add Jane Austen circular walk to your Itinerary

    Jane Austen circular walk


    Nature Trail



    Come and discover the beautiful countryside that inspired Jane Austen and take a peek inside her house where she lived and worked for 8 years.

  3. Add Hall Place and Gardens to your Itinerary

    Hall Place and Gardens


    Historic House / Palace



    Grade 1 listed Tudor mansion set in award winning landscaped gardens, with visitor centre, gift shop and tearoom.

  4. Add Go Ape Tree Top Adventure - Alice Holt to your Itinerary

    Go Ape Tree Top Adventure - Alice Holt


    Adventure Park / Playground


    Near Farnham

    Days out at Go Ape are about living life more adventurously, having fun with friends and family and getting in touch with your inner Tarzan

  5. Add Birling Gap to your Itinerary

    Birling Gap


    Country / Royal Park



    Situated at the base of the chalk cliffs called the Seven Sisters. Shingle giving way to sand with areas of rock pools. A voluntary marine nature reserve. MCS Recommended, Encams Seaside Award. Sit of special scientific interest (SSSI)

  6. Add Kent Life to your Itinerary

    Kent Life





    Kent’s premier heritage farm park will soon be launched into a new era with several developments on the cards between April and July, including brand new costumed characters and a baa-rilliant Sheep Festival!

  7. Add Hale Purlieu to your Itinerary

    Hale Purlieu



    Situated on the northern side of the New Forest, this former manorial waste is still grazed under the traditional commoners’ rights and is made up of dry and wet heath and mires and woods such as Millersford Plantation. This is a strip of woodland alongside Hale Purlieu common, part of the...

  8. Add Grey's Court Garden to your Itinerary

    Grey's Court Garden





    A family home, delightful gardens and an idyllic setting

    An intimate family home and peaceful estate set in the rolling hills of the Chilterns.

    This picturesque 16th-century mansion and tranquil gardens were home to the Brunner family until recent years. The house exudes a welcoming...

  9. Add Pitstone Windmill to your Itinerary

    Pitstone Windmill



    One of the oldest post mills in Britain dating from 1627. Bearing the date of 1627. Restored of volunteers in 1963-70 but now fixed in position. Located approx 100 metres from nearest public highway. Car parking available but rough track makes wheelchair access difficult.

    For the latest prices...

  10. Berkshire, Buckinghamshire & Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust


    Nature Reserve



    The Berks, Bucks & Oxon Wildlife Trust cares for 80 nature reserves. Thames-side reserves include: Chimney Meadows – wildflowers, birds and butterflies; Iffley Meadows – snake’s head fritillaries; Hartslock – orchids all summer.