Hampshire Tourist Attractions

Tourist attractions and places to visit in Hampshire which allow dogs, and details of any restrictions and facilities.

All of these dog friendly tourist attractions in Hampshire are advertised as allowing you to visit with your dog, and any restrictions they state are detailed in the listing. Although we try to keep the site up to date, we do recommend you check with organisations for any changes to their dog policies before making a special trip.

Beaulieu Brockenhurst

Dogs are welcomed, but must be kept on a lead. Dogs are not allowed inside the Motor Museum, Palace House or restaurant.

Bolderwood Deer Sanctuary

Must be kept on leads.

Butser Ancient Farm

Dogs allowed

Calshot Activities Centre

Dogs are permitted on a short lead and on a ?poop & scoop? basis. The litter bins and skips can be used for disposal of bagged dog dirt.

Curious About Winchester

Dogs allowed

Danebury Iron Age Hill Fort

Dogs allowed different freedom in different areas marked by coloured coded paws, must be kept on leads near grazing animals or birds nesting on the ground. Please see map.

Exbury Gardens and Steam Railway

Dogs welcome on the 22 miles of pathways. Well behaved dogs also allowed on the steam railway. They are not allowed in the restaurant, but water bowls are provided at the main entrance and by the railway.

Funland Hayling Island

Dogs are allowed everywhere but must be kept on leads. There are numerous dog water bowls available.

Hayling Island
Go Ape! Itchen Valley

Dogs allowed

Gunwharf Quays Outlet Shopping Centre

Dogs are allowed in the Gunwharf Quays complex, but not into individual stores. There is nowhere to tether dogs outside shops.

Hampshire Treasure Trails Alresford

Alresford http://www.treasuretrails.co.uk/hampshire/things-to-do-in-15_alresford.html …

Hampshire Treasure Trails Winchester

Dogs allowed

Hayling Island Beach Portsmouth

Must be kept on lead on the promenade. Dog ban on the Beachlands and The Promenade areas between 1st May and 30th September.

Hayling Island
Hayling Seaside Railway Hayling Island

Well behaved dogs allowed on the trains free of charge.

Hayling Island
Hollycombe Liphook

Well behaved dgos are being allowed for the first time as a trial in 2012. They must be kept on a lead and owners must clean up after them. Water can be provided on request. If the trial goes well they hope to continue allowing dogs in the future.

Hurst CastleHistoric

Hurst Castle Milford on Sea, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 0TP English Heritage Website From only £46 …

Itchen Valley Country Park

Dogs are allowed everywhere, but should be kept on a lead apart from in High Hill Field. There are numerous dog bins and water bowls outside the visitor centre.

Lakeside Country Park

Designated ‘paw trail’ for dog walkers. Dogs must be on leads on the lawn around the pavilion, picnic area and by the lakes. Dogs must be kept under close control due to sensitive wildlife.

Little Woodham

Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leads due to on site wildlife, as specified by Gosport Council Countryside Officers. There is a dog water bowl at the picnic area.

Local Haunts Portsmouth

Dogs allowed at discretion of the driver or with prior consent

Manor Farm Country Park

Dogs welcome in the 400 acres of woodland and open countryside. Map of 5k walk on website. Not allowed in the farm attraction, but can sit outside ‘Pantry Tearoom’. Dog Exercise field at Toplands, free to use weekdays and available to hire at the weekend.

Mid Hants Railway Watercress Line

Dogs must be kept on leads and sit under tables on the trains and not on seats. All day dog ‘rover’ ticket is £1

Miniport at Gunwharf Quays Portsmouth

Dogs not allowed on board the boats, but could watch from the waters edge.

Odiham Castle

Dogs on leads welcome

Portchester CastleHistoric

Portchester Castle Church Road, Portchester, Hampshire, PO16 9QW English Heritage Website From only £46 for …

Royal Victoria Country Park

Dogs allowed in all areas apart from the tea rooms, shop and chapel. The park is a safe place for them to run free, and has several dog bins. Water bowl is provided outside the shop near the tea rooms.

Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leads due to animals in the fields. There is a water bowl outside the cafe.

New Milton
Southsea Castle

Dogs are allowed in the courtyard, there is a water bowl available.

Southsea Model Village

Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome. Bowl of fresh water by the gate.

Staunton Country Park

Dogs are welcome on the parkland but must be kept on leads. They are not allowed in the farm area or gardens.

The Forest of Bere

Forestry Commission. Map available here http://www.forestry.gov.uk/pdf/WestWalk.pdf/$FILE/WestWalk.pdf

West Wittering Beach

Dogs are allowed anywhere from October – April, but are excluded from the beach between groynes 14a and 18 from May to September. Dog poo bags and bins are provided.

Yateley Common Country Park

Dogs allowed, but do not let them approach or chase wildlife or grazing animals. Keep dogs on paths from 1st March to 31st July when birds may be nesting on the ground.


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