Bournemouth is the largest resort in Dorset and along with seven miles of sandy beaches also has beautiful parks and gardens. There are plenty of things to do while exploring this coastal town, with lots of attractions, activities, entertainment and adventure to keep all ages entertained. With great shopping and eating out experiences as well as lots of events all year round, there really is something for all ages and budgets..
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Bournemouth Coastline

Enjoy beautiful bay walks and breath-taking views from the cliff tops. Discover Hengistbury Head Nature Reserve to the east and the beautiful coastline heading west towards Alum Chine and its tropical gardens. Beneath the magnificent cliffs you’ll find Bournemouth s award winning beaches and world-class seafront. From family attractions and a historic house-museum to picturesque walks and outdoor activities – as well as restaurants and bars – Bournemouth’s coastline is the jewel in its crown. For a warm welcome to the resort, head to Pier Approach and visit the award-winning Tourist Information Centre where the staff can help you make the most of your stay.
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Bournemouth Events

Bournemouth boasts a year-round programme of events, so whatever time of year you visit and whatever your interests, there’s always something to enjoy… From music concerts by big named artists to art performances and sporting events (including the Health-on-Line Bournemouth Bay Run) and not forgetting the Bournemouth Air Festival, there really is something to entertain all ages. Bournemouth has plenty for all you culture lovers with some of the best entertainment venues around. The Bournemouth International Centre (BIC) and the Pavilion Theatre offer live entertainment from children’s shows and comedy to ballet and ice dancing. Pavilion Dance South West also offers classes and performances across a variety of traditional and contemporary dance genres..
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Victorian Pleasure Gardens

Bournemouth's spectacular Victorian Pleasure Gardens are situated in the heart of the town centre, next to the seafront and the main shopping area. Created in the 1840s for the Meyrick family, the Bournemouth Pleasure Gardens cover around 17.5 hectares / 45 acres and lie either side of the shallow River Bourne stream. These beautiful Pleasure Gardens have won many national awards and attractions here include flower borders with colourful bedding plants, picnic areas and the famous 'Bournemouth Eye', an enormous helium-filled balloon with an enclosed basket, carrying passengers to around 150 metres / 500 feet, the highest public observation point in town.
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Museums & Art Galleries

Bournemouth also has a number of excellent museums and art galleries in and around the town centre, providing interesting information on local seaside history and many other exhibitions. Some of the major cultural attractions in Bournemouth include the Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum - one of the town's top museums housing an interesting mixture of artworks and oriental souvenirs; the Aviation Museum - home to one of the world's finest collections of ex-military and civilian vintage aircraft; and the nearby Waterfront Museum - a historic museum full of Poole history, including information about the Studland Bay Wreck.
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