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The Weather in Fordingbridge
This is the climate diagram for Fordingbridge. July is the warmest month of the year in Fordingbridge, with temperatures reaching an average daily maximum of 23°. In contrast, the coolest month is February. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is March.
Escape to the New Forest with Fordingbridge holiday lettings
Set in the midst of the idyllic New Forest, your holiday cottage in Fordingbridge is the base for adventures in the New Forest. Your whole family will adore wakeboarding, horseback riding and marvelling at Roman ruins.
Mosaics and museums
At Rockbourne Roman Villa, the exquisite mosaics of a 5th century Roman villa remain. Wonder at preserved courtyards and bath suites, and let your imagination run wild. Numerous finds are on display in the museum.
Find out what was so special about local artist Augustus John, discover an impressive collection of Victorian dolls, and experience a Second World War bomb shelter at Fordingbridge Museum. There's always something exciting happening at this dynamic museum.
Water fun and horserides in the New Forest
Ride through the serene landscapes of the New Forest accompanied by expert guides from the Arniss Equestrian Centre. Catering for all age and experience levels, your instructors will build your confidence and take you on an unforgettable ride through the New Forest's many verdant trails.
Your kids will never forget their adventure at New Forest Water Park. Get air while you wakeboard, and explore an inflatable assault course on the water. Afterwards, you can relax at the centre's cafe or play a game of pool overlooking the lake, in stunning surroundings.
Nature and Neolithic settlements
Blashford Lakes Nature Reserve is a picturesque series of mirrorlike lakes where waterfowl flutter, and 26 different dragonfly species buzz. Why not come for a picnic or cycle along the boardwalks?
Visit the spectacular Breamore House and Countryside Museum, a Tudor homestead with exquisite formal gardens. Pore over vintage machinery at a replica blacksmith, and learn what it would have been like at a traditional village shop, school and dairy. The area around Breamore Village, with its picturesque thatched houses, has been inhabited since Neolithic times. Don't miss the mizmaze in the hazel woodland close by, which is a Scheduled Ancient Monument.
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