Wartime walks 

wartime mystery unravelled 

 

Join author John Stanley on 13th August as he takes you on a journey to unravel the mystery of the lone German bomber that flew to the Hampshire coast shortly before D-Day. See for yourself where the mysterious events unfolded and find out why the famous novelist Nevil Shute became so intrigued by this World War II incident.

Walks are £6 per person in addition to gardens admission and will last approximately 1 1/2 hours.

Sensible footwear should be worn as some of the walk will be over uneven ground. The walks will start at 11am and 2pm and cover a total distance of approximately 4km.

Further information on the history of the Exbury Junkers can also be found on our 'Exbury during WW2' page. 

 

 

 

Buy Walk tickets here 

‘A truly fantastic day out. My wife and I were bowled over by the amazing spring colours of rhododendrons and azaleas and there was literally colour everywhere. There are beautiful areas to walk through as well as places to sit. We took a picnic in the hope of being able to sit by one of the ponds and were not disappointed – the reflections were as spectacular as the real thing! The next thing we want to do is return in the autumn to see the colours change as it must be beautiful’

David Parker, Christchurch

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