Some of the best places to see them are:
Broomy Enclosure woodland is in Linwood, just past the High Corner Inn.
Durley Mill hamlet (between Durley and Curdridge) has woodland packed with bluebells in spring.
200-acre Exbury Gardens in the south-east corner of the national park. Carpets of bluebells line Summer Lane and Gilbury Lane Garden. You’ll also see other spring blooming plants such as azaleas, primroses and camellias at Exbury. Admission charges apply.
Hinton Ampner country house estate’s small copses are where you’ll find the best bluebell displays (on the circular walk from the house’s car park). Admission charges apply.
The woods at Hollycombe are a carpet of blue with thousands of bluebells. You can take a Bluebell Wood Train ride through the Bluebell Woods and on to great views towards the South Downs and the Sussex Weald. Admission charges apply.
Itchen Valley Country Park has 440 acres of woodland and meadows. You can follow marked trails and find beautiful bluebells scattered in the woodland.
Manor Farm Country Park, by the River Hamble has more than 400 acres of woodland and open spaces. The most impressive bluebell display is on the north side of “Docks Copse” on the east side of the park.
The beech wood is to the south-east of the village. Follow the marked paths and look out for carpets of blue flowers. There’s a small car park on Northington Lane on the south side of the wood.
This semi-ancient natural woodland in Bridgemary, Gosport, is sandwiched between Tichborne Way, a disused railway line and a local housing estate. It is a small urban woodland with large oak trees, hawthorn and hazel, bramble and honeysuckle. Spring is the best time of year to visit with good displays of lesser celandines and bluebells.
A network of trails allows easy exploration of the Country Park where you’ll see beautiful bluebells.
Bluebells carpet parts of the woods in spring. You can park at Church Lane and Roydon Crossroads.
Enjoy a woodland walk to see the bluebells.
Westwood has 150 acres of ancient woodlands and grasslands.
Bluebells carpet the main area of woodland and you can see marsh flowers from the mire boardwalk between April and August.