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Exbury Gardens were the creation of wealthy Victorian banker, Lionel Rothschild. There are 200 acres to explore, along the bank of the Beaulieu river in the New Forest. Exbury is famous for its rare trees and, in the spring, its collection of rhododendrons, azaleas and camellias. There is also a 12.25 inch gauge railway to ride on, if you're so inclined.

You will find Exbury on a minor road south of the B3054 between Hythe and Beaulieu.

Location/Address: Exbury
County: Hampshire
Post Code: SO45 1AZ
Main Historic Period: Modern
Link to featured article: Blooms and a mystery at Exbury Gardens
Useful Website Address: Exbury's website
Tip/Nearby: Beaulieu and the National Motor Museum
Primary Management: Private - open to the public
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