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Hollycombe working steam museum is a great day out for young train lovers and in August runs the largest Edwardian fairground in Britain with original steam powered rides.

Weald and Downland Open Air Museum is a superb collection of historic buildings and offers a chance to try Medieval village life for the day.

Places to visit Woolbeding Gardens are the National Trust gardens that welcome visitors exclusively on Thursday and Friday between April and September.

When you book The Rother for a two night midweek stay it is possible to also include a visit to the Gardens in the price (by prior arrangement).

The Rother is slightly further from the central camp so you can enjoy a little privacy.

Outside The Rother there are deckchairs and log seats and, inside, a double bed and two camp beds which can be brought out for kids (who will need to bring sleeping bags).

) and the yurts (there are 3 others on site), made from local wood, have been decked out with solar fairy lights, wood-burners, storm kettles and wind-up radios.

The yurts share a camp kitchen, a gas-powered hot shower and the compost loo.

After unloading, cars should remain in the car park; this is to keep the woods a car-free zone.

Take the Watercress Steam Railway for a nostalgia trip to Alresford, one of the most charming town in England with clothes and sweetie shops, and back again.

Gilbert White's House and the Oates Collection is the museum of the 18th Century naturalist, Gilbert White, the polar explorer Lawrence Oates and the 19th Century explorer Frank Oates. The National Trust have Uppark House, Hinton Ampner House and Petworth House nearby.

Visit the Square in Petersfield on Wednesday and Saturday mornings, market days often supplemented with other foodie events. Highly recommended by the Lubbocks, it's also a winner of Alastair Sawday's Authentic Pubs Award and named "Unspoilt pub of the year" in the 2008 Good Pub Guide. Michelin starred chef Jake Saul Watkins serves modern British dishes in his stylish yet simple restaurant.

The Tea Barn at Durleighmarsh Farm - and right next door to Durleighmarsh Farm Shop and the wonderful Pick-Your-Own farm.