Hollycombe - Steam in the Country

East Hampshire


Iron Hill, Liphook, West Sussex, GU30 7LP

Tel: +44 01428 724900

Hollycombe - Steam in the Country


Hollycombe Steam in the Country offers visitors a nostalgic look at how the Victorians and Edwardians used steam as an instrument of work and play, featuring a number of popular fairground rides and sideshows of the period.

Experience the thrill of the world's first white-knuckle ride, the 'Razzle Dazzle'; the world's oldest surviving mechanically-operated ride, 'Mr Field's Steam Circus' and the world's oldest Haunted House! Take in the very best views of the South Downs from the top of Hollycombe's famous Big Wheel; relax in the Bioscope and watch some of the first programmes ever produced, or brave the exhilarating Steam Yacht Neptune.

With children's rides, a narrow-gauge and miniature railway, traction engines and steam rollers, plus picturesque gardens to explore, Hollycombe is the perfect venue for grandparents, parents and children to spend a day of fun in the country!


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Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
2 adults or seniors and 2 children£55.00 per ticket
2 adults or seniors and 3 children£65.00 per ticket

Pay once and come back free as often as you like in a year (conditions apply).


Map & Directions


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Opening Times

Open (14 Apr 2022 - 13 Oct 2022)
Monday - Sunday11:00 - 17:00*
Bank Holiday11:00 - 17:00

* Rides start from 12.30pm
Last admission 16:00

(closed Mondays in August except 27th).

Also open for Fairground at Night on Saturday 14, 21, 28 September and Saturday 5, 12 and 19* October
(* Halloween theme) with rides operating between 1900-2200.

Dates and times marked with a'*'are provisional and may be subject to change

Dates and times marked with a '*' are provisional and may be subject to change

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