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A range of curriculum-linked workshops covering 800 years of history, maths, science and technology are on offer at Beaulieu, admission to which includes:
– The National Motor Museum showcases the earliest examples of motoring through to classic cars of recent decades and the famous land speed record breaking vehicles.
– A Cistercian Abbey founded in 1204 and largely demolished during the Dissolution. The Domus survives and provides an ideal base for Medieval and Tudor study days.
– Palace House, significantly renovated in Victorian times has been owned by Lord Montagu’s ancestors since the Dissolution of the Abbey in 1538.
– Secret Army Exhibition: Beaulieu’s top secret role in World War Two is now revealed. Spies, evacuees, blackout, war-time motoring and rationing are just a few of the topics covered in this programme.
Plus, Education visits and workshops are available at Beaulieu’s sister attraction Buckler’s Hard – the New Forest village that built ships for Nelson’s Navy.
Disabled Access, Facilities for Visually Impaired, Guide Dogs Welcome, On Site Parking
Groups Welcome, Pre visit Available,
Picnic Site, Restaurant, Shop, Toilets,
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