Places of Interest

The Pavilion Theatre –
 The Pavilion dates from 1925 and was built on the site of the former Belle Vue boarding house, one of the town’s first buildings. The Pavilion faces the cinemas and upmarket shops of Westover Road, which prides itself on being the town’s “Bond Street” ideal for a bit shopping therapy.


Bournemouth International Centre –

The Bournemouth International Centre (BIC) is ideally situated close to the beach and pier, gardens and town centre.

BIC is an award-winning premier conference, events and entertainment venue, situated at the town’s centre whilst boasting panoramic views of its internationally- acclaimed coastline. Whether it’s the thrill of a live show or event, the buzz of a conference, the wisdom of an exhibition, the cultural insight of fine art or first class dining, the BIC offers so many things to do and see!


Bournemouth Famous gardens –

Bournemouth offers 2,000 acres of glorious gardens and parks just waiting to be explored all year round. Areas for you to discover include the town centre’s gardens. Bournemouth’s Gardens are split into three areas of Victorian beauty: starting with the Lower Gardens, adjacent to the sea and leading to the Central Gardens in the town centre, and then the Upper Gardens.