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20 Attractions to Explore Near Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

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Highcliffe Castle

Highcliffe Castle

4.2km from Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

Mudeford

Mudeford

6.3km from Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

Mudeford Quay is situated at the entrance of Christchurch Harbour and South of Mudeford village center. The Quay comprises of The Haven Inn public house, a number of ex-fishermans' cottages, and a large car park, it is still used by local fishing boats as well as being a base for many water sports. A short walk from Mudeford Quay is the family-friendly, sandy beaches of Gundimore, Avon Beach, and Friars Cliff. There are beachside cafes, toilets, and beach huts for hire.

Mudeford Sandbank

Mudeford Sandbank

6.92km from Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

Christchurch Harbour

Christchurch Harbour

7.37km from Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

Christchurch Harbour has formed about 7,000 years ago. Christchurch Quay and Quomps lie in the upper reaches of the harbour. The entrance to the harbour, known as 'The Run', is flanked by Mudeford Quay to the north and Mudeford Sandbank to the south. The harbour is generally shallow and due to the tidal harmonics in the English Channel has double high water on each tide. It comprises the estuary of the Stour and Avon and the Hengistbury Head peninsula.

Christchurch Castle and Norman House

Christchurch Castle and Norman House

7.93km from Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

The Grade I listed Christchurch Castle is of Norman origin and was originally of a motte and bailey construction. The castle once dominated the town but now lies in ruins and only a couple of the keep walls remain. A castle has stood in Christchurch since approximately 1074 AD when William I fortified the town with a wooden fort on a motte. Today the bailey is home to a bowling green and gardens, and the ditch has been filled but parts of the keep and much of the constable's house still st

Hengistbury Head Beach

Hengistbury Head Beach

7.99km from Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

Hengistbury Head is a relatively unspoilt and south-facing pebble beach, with imposing clay and ironstone cliffs. It is a fascinating place not only for its wide variety of habitats but also for its internationally important archaeology and geology.

Hengistbury Head

Hengistbury Head

8.01km from Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

Hengistbury Head is a scenic and historic headland near the town of Bournemouth on the south coast of England. It is home to over 500 plant species, 300 types of birds, a superb variety of insects, reptiles and small mammals. It is a fascinating place not only for its wide variety of habitats but also for its internationally important archaeology and geology.

St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery

St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery

9.2km from Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

Barbe is both a dynamic local museum and a highly regarded art gallery that appeals to both locals and New Forest visitors. It shows the history of Lymington and the New Forest Coast, inspired by local pride, and supported by the local community, its collections and colorful, hands-on displays offer a fascinating insight into the area for all ages.

Southbourne Beach

Southbourne Beach

9.9km from Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

Southbourne Beach is one of Bournemouth's favourite Blue Flag award winning beaches, particularly loved by the locals for its wide, exceptionally clean, sandy shore. The beach is popular with young families due to convenient facilities such as toilets with baby changing facilities, lost children centres, RNLI lifeguard stations, pubs and ice cream kiosks.

Lymington Sea Water Swimming Baths

Lymington Sea Water Swimming Baths

10.3km from Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

The Lymington Sea Water Baths in Bath Road, is the oldest open air natural swimming pool in the UK. Dating back to 1833 the baths have historically gained national interest for their health giving waters and natural mud minerals. Today, young and old still swim in the waters and enjoy the stunning location with views over to the Isle of Wight. Come rain or shine, the Lymington Sea Water Baths provide fabulous fun - now with 200m of inflatables to challenge you and hot tubs for relaxing!

Liberty's Owl, Raptor & Reptile Centre

Liberty's Owl, Raptor & Reptile Centre

10.45km from Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

This amazing attraction is home to and named after one of the Alaskan Bald Eagles, Liberty as well as a large collection of other birds of prey, reptiles and creepy crawlies. At Liberty's, you will find a large collection of Birds Of Prey, including Owls, Hawks, Falcons and Vultures, as well as a collection of Reptiles and other creepy crawlies in our Reptile House. It also works as a rescue center for many injured birds to ensure their full rehabilitation and eventual release back into the wild

Hurst Castle

Hurst Castle

10.83km from Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

Hurst Castle was built between 1541 and 1544 by Henry VIII as part of a chain of artillery fortresses protecting key ports and landing places around southern England. The castle was used as a prison for eminent 17th century captives, including Charles I. It was later strengthened during the 19th and 20th centuries and played a role in defending the western Solent from invasion threats from the Napoleonic Wars to the Second World War.

Hurst Spit

Hurst Spit

10.89km from Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

Hurst Spit is a shingle bank at the easternmost point of Christchurch Bay and extends 2.5km from the end of Milford beach out into the Solent. At the end of the spit is Hurst Castle, an artillery fortress originally built on the orders of King Henry VIII, and much enlarged in the 19th century. Hurst Point Lighthouse was built on the end of Hurst Spit in the 1860s.

New Forest Reptile Centre

New Forest Reptile Centre

11.52km from Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

The New Forest Reptile Centre is located 2 miles from Lyndhurst and is home to some of Britain’s native reptiles. The New Forest Reptile Centre houses a unique collection of all the native lizards, snakes, frogs, and toads, including the adder, the only venomous species of snake living in Britain. It was fascinating to see them up close and take our time watching them eat, swim and relax.

Bournemouth Aviation Museum

Bournemouth Aviation Museum

11.95km from Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

The Bournemouth Aviation Museum is an aviation museum located next to Bournemouth International Airport, near the village of Hurn in Christchurch. It houses a number of aircraft, aero engines, cockpits and a limited number of ground vehicles. The museum contains a number of aircraft, aero engines and cockpits. It has also recently restored a Boeing 737-200 named 'The Spirit of Peter Bath' and it is believed to be the only museum in Europe to include a 737-200 in its collection.

Adventure Wonderland

Adventure Wonderland

12.02km from Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

Adventure Wonderland is a family theme park situated in the village of Hurn, near Bournemouth, United Kingdom. The park offers rides and attractions aimed at families with children up to the age of 12. A wide range of outside rides and attractions are open daily including family favorites such as Jungle Falls, Battle Boats, Wild Bill's Runaway Train, and the Turbo Teacups.

Bolderwood Deer Sanctuary

Bolderwood Deer Sanctuary

12.3km from Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

Bolderwood provides an ideal setting for visitors to find out more about the famous herd of Fallow deer, which live in and around the area and explore the historical connection to the Crown.

Fort Victoria

Fort Victoria

12.52km from Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

Fort Victoria was built between 1852 and 1855 as one of a series of defences built to protect the western end of the Solent. It was a brick-built triangular fort with two seaward batteries meeting at a right angle. It remained in use until 1962. Parts of the fort were subsequently demolished. The Fort’s brick casemates currently host a series of indoor family attractions including a cafe, reptilarium and planetarium.

The Needles

The Needles

12.89km from Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

The Needles is a row of three stacks of chalk that rise about 30m out of the sea off the western extremity of the Isle of Wight in the English Channel, the United Kingdom, close to Alum Bay, and part of Totland, the westernmost civil parish of the Isle of Wight. The Needles Lighthouse stands at the outer, western end of the formation. Built-in 1859, it has been automated since 1994.

The Bay Colwell

The Bay Colwell

12.91km from Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

Colwell Bay is one of many picturesque beaches in West Wight, offering spectacular views back across the Solent to mainland England. It is also a popular beach for various watersports such as windsurfing and canoeing. For those looking for a more relaxing time beach huts and deck chairs are available for hire.

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Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

Bashley Cross Rd, New Milton BH25 5SZ, UK

Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum houses one of the finest collections of fully restored motorcycles in the world, including factory racers and exotic prototypes, with the collection constantly evolving as new bikes are acquired. It houses some 300 machines including motorcycles and 3-wheeled vehicles and is affiliated to the British Motorcycle Charitable Trust.