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Parks and nature in Wimborne

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“Only 20 minutes away, this is one of our favourite National Trust destinations to visit! ”
  • 21 locals recommend
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“originally designed by General Pitt Rivers as pleasure grounds for 'public entertainment'; opened 1880, an extraordinary example of Victorian extravagance; recognised by English Heritage as a garden of National Importance. Peacocks & flying macaws + fairy trail to keep little ones happy www.larmertree.co.uk 01725 516971”
  • 3 locals recommend
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“The model town has been around for decades now and is internationally famous. They run all sorts of special events through the year and if the model town is not enough for you the adjacent gardens are beautifully kept and well stocked. There is a cafe here for snacks and drinks along with a gift shop. Well worth a visit if you have not been before. While there are extensive car parks in Wimborne all of them charge. These charges do vary and you will need to check them at your time of arrival. ”
  • 5 locals recommend
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“A National Trust property that belonged to the Banks family whose land extended to Corfe Castle. Lady Banks defended the castle against Oliver Cromwell. The property has a number of open rooms and a very good art collection. The grounds are extensive with various gardens within the estate. There is a good cafe and gift shop.”
  • 2 locals recommend
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“This is a jewel of a house and its history is very interesting. Please see the bedouin tent inspired rooms in the eaves. A cafe is in the stables. Nearby visit Badbury Rings and Wimborne.”
  • 1 local recommends
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“Large park, with children's play area. Lots of space to run, walk, workout or play football. ”
  • 1 local recommends
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