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Breamore Manor House & Museum

Breamore Manor House & Museum

Near Fordingbridge SP6 2DF Southern England UK
Tel: +44 (0)1725 512468
web : Breamore Manor House & Museum

Disabled facilities:

  • Parking for the Disabled
  • Accessible Disabled Toilets
  • Accessible Ramps provided
  • Recorded Message & Book about the 2nd Floor
  • Accessible Shop and Cafe
  • The film set of Children of the New Forest was here.

    The Manor House

    The magnificent Manor House is set above the picturesque village of Breamore, overlooking the avon Valley on the edge of the New Forest just north of Fordingbridge.

    The House was completed in 1583 by the Dodington family, five years prior to the Spanish Armada. It was purchased in the early 18th century by Sir Edward Hulse, Baronet, M.D.,F.R.C.P., Physician in Ordinary at the Court of Queen Anne, King George I and George II.

    The House has been lived in for the past 250 years by his descendants and remains very much the family home of the Hulses.

    Breamore is a largely unspoilt 17th century village with many old thatched cottages, an extensive common land a great deal of history.
    Life in a typical village like Breamore can be relived in the Breamore Countryside Museum which provides a fascinating insight into the days when a village was self-sufficient

    The Museum

    The Museum boasts one of the finest collections of steam powered farm machinery, tractors, barn machinery and historical tools.

    Visitors can see full size replicas of a farm workers cottage before the advent of electricity, a blacksmiths shop, a dairy, wheelwrights shop, a brewery, a saddlers shop and cobblers shed. The village shop, school, cooperage, bakers, laundry and early garage represent recent developments.

    The addition of an adventure playground to complement the Great British Maze has greatly added to the younger generations enjoyment

    Opening Times

  • 2.00pm-5.30pm
  • Last guided tour starts 4.15pm

  • Countryside Museum
  • 1.00pm-5.30pm

  • April
  • Tuesday and Sunday
  • Easter weekend. Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday. ( 9th - 12th )

  • May, June, July & September
  • Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday and all holidays

  • August
  • Every day

    Tea Barn open from 12 noon for light lunches and homemade teas.

    Admission Charges

  • Adults - £6.00
  • Children (5-15 years) - £4
  • Over 60s - £5.00
  • Families (2 Adults+2 Children) - £15.00

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