Quick Glance!





Most attractions have both indoor and outdoor picnic facilities. You can make a day out extra special by creating an exciting food hamper for you and your family. Picnics offer a great opportunity for children to try new foods and recipes. Click here to get five food and drink suggestions you can try along with some health tips to help you and the environment.


Basingstoke Canal and Visitor Centre 

Picturesque canal, picnic area and trailblazer play area

Black Park and Langley Country Parks 

Peaceful setting with 10 miles of well surfaced track ways

Brighton Fishing Museum 

Historical artefacts from the local fishing community

De La Warr Pavilion 

Centre for Arts, seafront 1930s modernist building

Itchen Valley Country Park

440 acres with walks and off road riding tracks

Pitt Rivers Museum

Special family events such as Object Handling

Queen Elizabeth Country Park 

Over 2000 acres of woodland with trails and walks

Rye Harbour Nature Reserve 

Wildlife in a mosaic of coastal habitats

Ventnor Botanic Garden Visitor Centre

Plants from around the world in UK's hottest garden

Willen Lake and Park 

Willen Lake is Milton Keynes’ most popular park