We went across on the ferry to the island it was a beautiful day so we were able to do one of the clearly marked trails around the island. For bird lovers their are hides to sit in and watch the wild life, there is...More
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I can't fairly rate the island as although we had planned to visit we were put off by the cost of getting there and then admission. It might be worth while if you spend the day there but we only had a spare hour. There...More
Its a great location, wildlife there is amazing with the squirells and waders and Terns only bd point is the docking fees after spending money for the ferry but the Trust has to get money from somewhere
The boat trip to Brownsea Island was already a highlight for our little one and the island itself is a great place for kids to enjoy nature; climb trees, play pretend and just run around. At the picnic area there are also some peacocks which...More
We really enjoyed our visit to Brownsea Island. I have always wanted to see red squirrels and wasn't disappointed. We saw one pretty much as soon as we arrived and several more as we walked around. There are lovely walks around and a lot of...More
the island itself is beautiful and full of amazing nature and animals. such great insight into the island. so big and beautiful
As NT members, we took the opportunity to visit Brownsea Island whilst in Weymouth for a couple of nights. The ferry over is a little pricey, but as NT members the Island is free, Unfortunately the Castle & it's gardens are out of bounds.. being...More
Fun day out catching the boat from sandbanks across to the island and doing the longer circular walking route round the brownsea. Path was relatively easy going. We even saw a red squirrel or too. Cafe was good at the end for afternoon tea too.