Where time flows differently
On the banks of the Beaulieu River, in the heart of the New Forest, you will find the unspoilt haven of Buckler’s Hard which remains untouched by the passage of time. Whether you’re simply taking in the view, enjoying a drink with a friend, or diving into our rich history, time flows differently here.
This 18th century shipbuilding village is steeped in history from its beginnings in the 13th century when owned by the Cistercian monks, to its time as a shipyard where boats for Nelson’s Navy were built. Discover its stories in the Museum and reconstructed cottage displays…
Catch up on the latest news from Buckler’s Hard…
The Art of Buckler’s Hard exhibition to open with artwork from Landscape Artist of the Year and the Montagu family collection
February 22, 2024
An art exhibition inspired by Sky Arts’ Landscape Artist of the Year semi-finalists’ paintings of Buckler’s Hard will open soon…
Stunning scenery of Buckler’s Hard in TV’s semi-finals of Sky Arts’ Landscape Artist of the Year
January 25, 2024
Semi-finalists of Sky Arts’ Landscape Artist of the Year can be seen painting the stunning scenery of Buckler’s Hard when…
Hat trick win for photographer in Beaulieu River photo competition
January 11, 2024
Keen amateur photographer Maggie White has scored a hat trick by winning the Beaulieu River photo competition for the third time, with…
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