Attractions and Places to Visit in Bournemouth
Bournemouth is blessed with a warm microclimate but we can’t guarantee it for all 365 days of the year. So, many of its attractions are designed to be enjoyed whatever the weather. There is indoor climbing and high wires, as well as museums and galleries meaning you’ll be able to stay dry and still have a great time. Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or indulging in a shared passion, your group will feel at home in Bournemouth. You’ll be able to get group bookings and offers at lots of its attractions. Bournemouth’s right next to the sea so it’s no surprise that it has got an oceanarium.
Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum
In 1901 Merton Russell-Cotes gave his wife Annie a dream house on a cliff-top, overlooking the sea. It was an extraordinary, extravagant birthday present – lavish, splendid, and with a touch of fantasy.
Watch the water come alive while penguins, otters, sharks and sea turtles grab a bite to eat during our daily feeding talks. Stop for a refreshment break during your visit and enjoy spectacular panoramic.
Westbourne, located to the west of Bournemouth Town Centre on route to Poole is a well-established, thriving shopping area for local residents and tourists. The large selection of boutique, individual...