Local family attractions re-open

Local Andover parents are missing days out at family attractions , family attractions provide entertainment and fun days out for the whole family. Parents and children both benefit from spending quality family time together.

Below you’ll find details on which attractions are open and the new changes that they have put in place to keep us and our children safe whilst we visit them.

Finkley Down Farm

Re- Opens on Wednesday 17th June, for annual pass-holders only, tickets need to be booked in advance via their website, full details can be found here

Riverside Bowl

Closed until further notice.

Hawk Conservancy Trust

Opened on the 6th July , read more details here

Cholderon Charlies farm

Re-opened on Friday 19th June, click here to read more

Army Flying Museum

Open from Monday 13th July, Read more here

Whitchurch Silk mill

Is now open, visit their website, here for further details


Re-opened to it’s members on Monday 15th June and are open to the general public on Tuesday 16th June. Tickets must be pre-booked online in advance.


Re -opened on Saturday 6th June, the doors to the Beaulieu visitor attraction will be reopened and visitors will be invited to explore the grounds and gardens including, for a limited time only, areas of Lord Montagu‘s private gardens surrounding Palace House. Indoor spaces will remain closed. Visit their website here for further details.

Lepe country park

Car park now open, cashless payment for parking only, toilet facilities open but the cafe and play parks remain closed.

Sir Harold Hiller Gardens

Re-opened on Monday 8 June, opening for members only who have a pre-booked tick. Visit their website, here, for further details.

Marwell Zoo

Re-open their gates on Monday 29 June, read more here