Exbury Gardens & Steam Railway (Southampton) Reviews
Newest Review: ... of the gardens is amass with colours, exotic and rare spieces of plants and tress, hidden corners and crevices and the incredible magic about this area is the intensity of the colours through each season, albiet changing throughout. In the summer I have regularly come across almost fields awash with bright pink petals and contrasting fields of yellow, green, violet and red. The ornate structures of the gardens brings an immediate connection with mother nature and the beauty and creativity that she brings. My favourite part of the gardens as well as the flowers and plants is the steam railway which is a huge hit with my 3 year old daughter... more
Customer Exbury Gardens & Steam Railway (Southampton) Reviews (2)
by - written on 16/02/10 (Very useful, 20 readings)
Beautiful That has to be my first word to sum up the review of this attraction in the exquisite new forest as these gardens exube beauty and magic in each and every corner. Exbury gardens is located in the new forest just near to beaulieu and is very easily found by car. Its one of the most famous attractions of the forest and hosts thousands of tourists each year, through all seasons as well as winter. It is a mass of beautifully planted wooded area made by Lionel Nathen de Rothschild and his protoge and has since its opening won cupulous awards for its beauty and status from the RHS. The attraction is a must for all families to visit ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/06/09 (Very useful, 93 readings)
Exbury Gardens and Steam Railway are set in the grounds of the Rothschild's Estate in Exbury - the New Forest. The main house is private, but there are 200 acres to explore which include the woods, and a daffodil meadow and the grounds go right to the bank of Beaulieu River. When you get into the grounds there are buggies that hold around 6 people that you can use if you are unable to walk very far, and you will be given a guided tour of the gardens by the driver. The buggies come around every 15 minutes and are a good way of getting around the park if you are less mobile or just fancy a ride. We wanted to walk around the grounds, partly as a nod ... Read the complete review
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