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Compton Acres, Poole, Dorset

Compton Acres
Canford Cliffs Road
Canford Cliffs

Poole
Dorset

BH13 7ES | View map
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The South's Finest Privately Owned Historic Gardens

Compton Acres invites you to escape to a different world. The new Compton Acres has more features than ever before.

Compton Acres was built in 1929 and is a wonderful example of a historic garden in the UK. It is of late Victorian Mixed Style design with seven distinct gardens to wander around and enjoy, including the Italian Garden and the Japanese Garden.

As well as its beautiful ten acres of gardens, there are exciting shopping opportunities, restaurants, a delicatessen, regular events and, with further all-weather facilities planned for the near future. Compton Acres in Poole, Dorset is fast becoming one of the most visited and prestigious family attractions on the South Coast.

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Months Open: All year, every day: 9am - 6pm 1st March - 31st October (last entry 5pm) ; 10am - 4pm 1st November - 28th February (last entry 3pm)
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Wedding Facilities: Yes
Admission Price: Adults: £6.95
Children: £3.95
Concessions: £6.45
Family (2+3) £17
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Café

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