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The nature-mad clergyman poured his love of flora and fauna into what has become the fourth most-published book in the English language and never out of printthe Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne.
Budding Gerald Durrells will love the stuffed animals and delicate skeletons of bats and more, plus interactive wildlife-spotting games. The 30 acres of gardens in which kids are positively encouraged to run around and explore — using engaging activities. Younger kids can go on a scavenger hunt for a prize and older ones can collect a series of alphabet stamps from special boxes hidden around the gardens.
Really nerdy kids can borrow a rucksack with magnifying glass, binoculars and field guides. And if rural Hampshire seems tame, why not head for southern Africa or the Antarctic?
Cakes are excellent. If the weather is dry, Selborne Common, reached via the Zig-Zag path a regular walk for the good reverend is a lovely picnic spot.
Yes: in fine weather you could spend all day here, making the most of the gardens as well as all the stuff indoors. Adults will appreciate the peaceful village setting and well-labelled planting in the gardens, and the child-centred features are well-thought-out.
Take the kids to … Hampshire holidays. Liz Boulter. Reuse this content.Love in selborne
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