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Bournemouth Visitor information

Visit Bournemouth Beach to see its golden sand stretches of beach and enjoy the many cafes and ice cream huts on the promenade. 

A handy way to get to the beach and promenade is by the West Cliff lift, the funicular railway open in the summer months and is one of three funiculars running in the town. 

Take a stroll around Lower Gardens and enjoy its glorious park and surroundings, and in the summer months you can enjoy an aviary, outdoor art exhibition and much more.

In the town center you will see the outstanding St Peter’s Church with its incredible spire and Gothic Architecture it is a must-see landmark. 

Just 15 minutes’ walk from town center, you will find Westbourne where you can explore its upmarket shops and dining area, with many cafés, restaurants and bars to enjoy. 


You can get around Bournemouth easily by foot and explore its streets. 

There are designated cycle paths through Bournemouth for you to be able to get around a little bit quicker and easier, with no traffic to contend with. 

Bournemouth has a reliable Bus Service that runs through Bournemouth and surrounding areas allowing you to get to the main destinations. 

There are many Taxi Ranks around Bournemouth, some areas such as the Pier Approach and The Square in the town center. 

The Bournemouth Train station can be found at Lansdowne, where you will be able to get around Bournemouth and local areas.

History of Bournemouth

Bournemouth is a coastal town on the south coast of England. 

Bournemouth acquired Its first church in 1838, it was converted from a pair of semi-detached cottages with a pointed turret and a bell fitted to the roof, Debenhams now stands there today. 

In 1855 the St Peter’s Church was built over a period of 24 years in the town center with a massive tower and spire reaching 202ft high, its architecture is Gothic Revival and it is a Parish Church.

In 1849 a bridge was built to provide the start of the Square over the Bourne Stream, and the town developed over the years with its increasing population. 

The first pier in Bournemouth was completed in 1856 and was a short wooden jetty, which was then replaced with a much longer wooden pier in 1861. Due to attacks and severe storms the pier had collapsed and in 1877 was replaced with a temporary pier. In 1880 there was a new pier opened with an open promenade, over the years it had been repaired and refurbished due to enforcing the structure and making it long lasting. 

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