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  • The Solent Way runs along the sea walls from Lymington to Keyhaven through Pennington marshes, a wildlife haven and nature reserve. Lymington Salterns, full of history of salt manufacturing and smuggling, and Lymingtons Marinas & Yacht Haven are also reached via the sea walls.
    Hordle Lakes is a carp fishery set in wooded surroundings. With 7 individual spring fed lakes, there are not only carp but Bream, Tench, Perch, Rudd, Chub and Roach.
    The famous Rothschilds gardens are 200 acres and full of rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias, rare trees and shrubs.  Whilst there travel a quarter mile route on a steam railway.
    The National Motor Museum has over 250 vehicles and is also home to one of the worlds largest autojumbles.  
    Entry also grants you access to the 13th century Palace House, home of Lord Montagu.
    Being close to the Lymington to Yarmouth ferry service, why not spend a day on the Isle of Wight.
    Hurst castle was built by Henry VIII as a chain of coastal fortresses. Walk the 1.5 miles of shingle spit or take the hurst ferry to the cafe and exhibitions.
    The Sammy Miller motorcycle museum has over 400 fully restored rare and classic motorcycles.  Many motorcycle meetings are also held most weekends through the summer.
    Many more attractions can be found on the New Forest Visitors website, along with details of upcoming events.