What to do in Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch

Ever since the turn of the century, Bournemouth has been a hotspot for tourists and events. The town was set up as a seaside resort that would rival the likes of Weymouth and Brighton. This means that it was specifically created to entertain and delight the general public. Today, Bournemouth is still a hub of activity. There is a diverse entertainment culture throughout this beautiful seaside town, and you can enjoy the likes of theatre, live music, stand up comedy, community fairs, markets, festivals and fireworks throughout the year.

But what’s on this Spring? I hear you ask! Well, whatever your hobbies and interests are, there is an abundance of things to do in Bournemouth that will keep the whole family entertained. Why not visit Bournemouth's beautiful gardens which run from from Bournemouth to Poole, ending at the scenic Coy Pond.  The gardens are perfect for a Spring time walk and along the way you can have a game of mini golf, ride on the Bournemouth Balloon, visit all the stunning species of bird at the Bournemouth Aviary and even stop for a spot of tennis at Bournemouth's central gardens.

If you want to spend the day doing something a little different then the Thundercat Racing is coming back to Bournemouth beach on the 16th and 17th of April! The racing is an event for all ages and has been described as one of the most exhilarating water sports, so expect to feel a rush of adrenaline just watching it!

And there are plenty of music concerts and many other types of brilliant performances happening Bournemouth International Centre and The Pavilion Theatre this Spring. These great establishments showcase the cream of the crop when it comes to entertainment in Bournemouth. On April 4th the chart topping British group Year and Years will be here after adding extra tour dates due to high demand, Grammy award winning Michael Bolton will be returning on April 16th and multi platinum recording artist Bryan Adams comes to town on April 29th for The Get Up Tour . With such a varied line up, you are sure to find something that will tickle your fancy.

Bournemouth doesn’t just host large-scale events, there are plenty of small events and free activities that you can do in Bournemouth. These events are perfect for families who want a fun day out in Bournemouth, without breaking the bank. Visit Hengistbury Head and take a walk to the visitors Centre where you can learn about the beautiful and scenic nature reserve which is also an ancient monument, or take a stroll along Poole Harbor where you can enjoy the views of the surrounding Islands and visit the Arne Nature Reserve. Whatever you fancy doing; Bournemouth has some fantastic events to offer.

 

 

Thunder Cat Racing

Back at Bournemouth beach this April!

Years and Years

One of the UK's best British groups coming to the BIC April 4th!

Bryan Adams

Multi platinum artist comes to Bournemouth April 29th!

Michael Bolton

Grammy award winner coming to the BIC April 16th!

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