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The Russell-Cotes Museum (formally, the Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum) is an art gallery and museum in Bournemouth, England. It is located on the top of the East Cliff, next to the Royal Bath Hotel.
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Beautiful old Victorian house. Check their website for family friendly events.
The Russell-Cotes Museum is an art gallery and museum in Bournemouth, England. A Grade II* listed building originally known as East Cliff Hall, it is located on the top of the East Cliff, next to the Royal Bath Hotel.
A cultural gem! This museum presents visitors with an authentic experience of a quirky Victorian residence, along with an impressive collection of global artefacts and art. Family trails and activities detailed on website. Also has a great café serving up good food. Advanced online bookings
A Victorian house now Museum and Art Gallery showcasing 19th and 20th century Art.
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“Our favourite beach side cafe/bistro - lovely breakfasts, cakes and wood fired pizza. Worth checking on their website for live entertainment evenings and afternoon”
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“The perfect place to enjoy the great outdoors! These guys are situated right on the shore of Christchurch Harbour with stunning views over Stanpit Marsh Nature Reserve. With immediate access to the shallow waters of Christchurch Harbour, it is an ideal place to learn or improve on a wide variety of watersports for children and adults. Call them to find out what’s on. ”
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“State of the art, 10 screen multiplex ODEON cinema in the BH2 Leisure Centre.”
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“Nice walk through the town which brings you out at the pier. Streams, entertainers and mini golf also on offer. Lots of stalls for food. In winter you’ll find the Christmas lights display, Christmas markets and open air ice rink.”
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“Shelley Theatre is a 150 seater in Boscombe, just half a mile from Southbourne. It provides a variety of entertainment for all tastes and includes comedy nights, film, live music, performance and dance. The theatre was built in the 1860's by the famous Shelley family, intended to be the home of Mary Shelley, author of Frankenstein. Today the whole aim is to bring people and performance together, whilst renovating the theatre and and it's other public spaces at the same time. ”
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