Exbury Gardens & Steam Railway is located in the beautiful New Forest, near Beaulieu and only 20 minutes from Junction 2 of the M27.
Exbury Gardens & Steam Railway is roughly 20 minutes from the M27 by car. Junctions 2 and 3 of the M27 will bring you to the A326, from where brown and white tourism signs will guide you to the gardens from the heath roundabout – the entrance to the New Forest.
Exbury boasts a very large car and coach park which is free to visitors.
Both Southern Rail and South Western Railway have routes that stop at stations close to Exbury Gardens & Steam Railway.
The closest train station to Exbury Gardens & Steam Railway is Brockenhurst, which is approximately 10 miles from Exbury. Visitors can either get a taxi from the station or take the New Forest Open Top Bus Tour which stops at Exbury 7 times per day during the summer months.
Visitors are also able to take the train to Southampton Central and then take the passenger ferry to Hythe, which is approximately 6 miles from Exbury.
During the summer months New Forest Open Top Bus Tours circles the national park daily. The green route calls at Exbury Gardens & Steam Railway 7 times per day.
Where Exbury Gardens Ltd have taken all reasonable care to follow government COVID-19 safety guidelines, visitors enter at their own risk. Click here for a comprehensive list of the safety measures we've implemented.