If you are thinking of going to Bournemouth do not miss visiting:
The Oceanarium: We visited here on Maxwell's Birthday and we had a wonderful experience. There is plenty of parking near by and the Oceanarium can be found on the waterfront. The Oceanarium has plenty to see and do. It is full of all different types of marine and most recently they have added penguins and jellyfish. Inside the Oceanarium you will find a lovely gift shop as well as a cafe which serve delicious food. If you are wanting to visit, you are now able to swap Tesco clubcard vouchers which means the ticket price is great value for money. We spent the whole day here when we visited and were impressed with the talks as well as the feeds.
The Bournemouth Air Show: Every year we attend the Bournemouth Air Show. Although there is a small charge for parking if you choose to park in the park and ride or in a car park, the show itself is free to attend. There is plenty to see and do, you can stroll along the beach front and feel the sand between your toes or you can decide to watch the air displays in the air which feature amazing planes such as the red arrows, the typhoon and chinook helicopters. This is a great family day out and Maxwell has attended the show with us since he was a baby. There is plenty of places to visit along the sea front for a quick bite to eat but you are also able to bring your own picnic!
Bournemouth beach and pier: Bournemouth beach is a beautiful beach which hosts stunning views of the Isle of Wight and the Purbecks. The beach is made up of golden sand meaning it is perfect to take a lovely stroll on. There are plenty of restaurants and cafe's as well gardens for all to enjoy along the sea front. Bournemouth Pier offers a variety of attractions for the whole family. The attractions are fun and entertaining. Whilst you are here, why not seek fun and visit the Zip wire which see you make your way from the pier to the beach.
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