The Maritime Festival will once again be take over Southampton's historic docks in 2020 with a whole host of activities and attractions that hark back to port’s past.
Thousands of people flock to the annual festival, to see historic ships, cars, steamrollers and take part in activities on and off the water.
You'll be able to see and visit many historic ships and vessels and see what life was like living and working on board.
On land you can explore a large number of displays and demonstrations over the course of two days. The quayside will be packed with exhibits including historic cars, steam exhibits, heritage trams whilst Southampton’s Ocean Terminal will house many heritage and art exhibits, craft fairs and traders.
Heritages buses will once again provide a shuttle service to the docks from the city centre throughout the event.
Mayflower Memorial, Southampton
The port where the Mayflower and Speedwell met, Southampton is steeped in maritime heritage and today is known as the cruise capital of Europe.
Tells the story of Southampton and its historic connections with Titanic and the sea.
Internationally renowned for its permanent collection which features around 5,000 works.
Step back in time on the banks of the Beaulieu River at the peaceful haven of Buckler's Hard.
At the heart of the New Forest, Beaulieu is a multi-award winning family day out with something for everyone.
Exbury Gardens is a famous garden in Hampshire which belongs to a branch of the Rothschild family.
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