5.0 based on 9 reviews
Official band T’s and music memorabilia including a selection of new vinyl, hats, hoodies, patches and Jewellery.
4.5 based on 354 reviews
At Poole Museum discover the colourful history of this ancient port town and its people, and learn about the amazing environment of Poole Harbour, on four floors of art, archaeology and social history. The recently extended and re-displayed museum (all year, except Mons in Winter)has a terrace with stunning harbour views, and activities for all. Medieval Scaplen's Court Museum is open Aug and its tranquil herb garden May - Sept afternoons. ALL FREE.
Very interesting visit to this museum on a rainy day. Entry is free but donations are welcome - they even have a nifty contactless donation point. It was a very rainy day in the town and this offered shelter and some lovely displays on local life, from home life to industry, trade, and wildlife. Some lovely interactive displays, including a pirate story and the magnetic tiles.
4.5 based on 1,813 reviews
Naturally beautiful, with its golden sand, Sandbanks Beach has been designated by the European Commission as one of the few areas in the United Kingdom which has achieved the highest standard of cleanliness. Sandbanks has held the highly coveted international Blue Flag for the past 30 years and offers a designed area for barbeques and swimmers. New slacklining posts have been installed. Equipment is available to hire from the beach office. Activities at Sandbanks include crazy golf, a children's play area and the Sandbanks Beach Cafe. The number 50 Wilts and Dorset bus from Bournemouth Station to Swanage stops near to the beach (generally every half hour in the summer). There is a car park next to the beach that holds 550 cars, 5 for disabled use.
Stunning come visit!!! Amazing blue flag beach, calm, quiet and wonderful views in all directions. Lovely to watch the sail boats go Past and watch the day go by.
4.5 based on 1,987 reviews
Well we’re away we like to visit all the different harbours.. So we thought we’d take a walk on this one.. Beautiful harbour lots of lovely boats to see.. Plenty of benches to sit and relax on to watch the world go by.. Must see if your in Poole..
4.5 based on 23 reviews
4.5 based on 150 reviews
Remembering past sacrifice to inspire future generations. Many brave and selfless RNLI volunteers are remembered proudly in their local communities. However, the RNLI memorial sculpture in Poole is the only place where each and every one of them is named together. The RNLI hopes that future generations of lifeboat crew, lifeguards, supporters and fundraisers will find it a source of inspiration. Ultimately, the memorial reminds us all that there are still people who volunteer to carry out selfless acts of heroism to help others - we will always remember their sacrifice.
Beautiful up-to-date training facilities within Poole harbour. The sculpture is a modern and beautiful addition. Stayed at the RNLI on a previous visit to Poole in 2017. Highly recommneded
4.5 based on 691 reviews
120 acres of open Parkland, shoreline, woodlands and formal gardens. Tea Rooms, Woodland PlayTrail, Splash Fountain, Plant Centre and year round events. Beautiful grade II* listed Georgian style Upton House is also available for weddings and private hire.
The Upton County Park was absolutely wonderful to see and walk around got absolutely soaking wet from the rain but that didn't put me off as I was having such a lovely day there, of finding, taking pictures of so many different mushrooms, walking my lil feet off to all the beautiful views this place has to offer... ???????????? On arrival there's a large car park and toilets at the entry way.. Everything is sign posted, so you won't get lost, plus there's a tea room, toilets next to the children's play area, and also a park refreshment pod serving tea and coffee... There's lots to see here at the Upton County Park, from the lovely House to a walled garden and the many walks off into different directions leading you into the woodlands lake and sea views... Also there's a path that leads you straight back to the city centre, it was long but well worth it as the views and wildlife were fantastic ????????????????????????????????
4.5 based on 126 reviews
The pinky red building I have passed and never been in until the past weekend , its full of history and very friendly ladies working in there, who made us very welcome It is well worth the visit to see a building that has not really changed much and guess how many wellys make up welliam the dog... Buildings and boats like this are special as is the RNLI go and visit and put some money in the box as they deserve it.
4.5 based on 106 reviews
An old fashion/retro sweet shop just off Poole Quay, once you visit I guarantee you will call again. Pop along and experience our friendly shop. We sell Fudge made in our shop - why not ask for a sample from our range of over 15 different types!, choose from over 220 jars of sweets, relive you childhood memories from our selection. Have a look in our mouthwatering chocolate cabinet over 50 different filling.Or spoil yourself with a luscious Lovingtons ice cream - follow the bubbles
Visited this week with a friend I felt like I had gone back in time it was amazing both the staff were very helpful even when I couldn’t remember what the sweets that I wanted were called they found them the shop is packed with treasures from my childhood defo going again
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