Group visits for adults
To make sure that your group visit to Brownsea Island is as simple as possible we ask that you pre-book your visit. Group admission rates are available for parties of 15 or more, please see our prices page for the latest information.
A warm welcome to Brownsea
Throughout our main season opening we offer a free introductory talk at 11.30am and 2pm. If you are bringing a large group and think you would like to join one of these talks, then please email group bookings: firstname.lastname@example.org in advance and we can arrange for an extra volunteer to be available on the day to give you the talk.
Food and Drink
The Villano Café offers delicious home cooked refreshments including hot and cold meals, desserts, cakes and hot and cold drinks. The Catering Manager can arrange other catering, including packed lunches, for your group if you would like. Please contact email@example.com with your enquiry details.
Our guided tours
We offer three different guided tours, each running for 1.5 hours and are charged at £4.50 per person. If you would like to make an enquiry, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A walk on the wild side
This walk shows off beautiful Brownsea Island, revealing its importance as a habitat for some of our rarest and most-loved wildlife. Explore woodland, heathland, wetland and shoreline areas, where red squirrels, dragonflies, butterflies, avocets and breeding terns make their homes. Discover how we manage the island to ensure its future.
The birthplace of Scouting and Guiding
A must for anyone who has ever been a Scout or Guide! Our guide will take you on an exploration of the original campsite from 1907, activities the boys took part in and the worldwide movement now. You will also see Baden-Powell’s statue and the ‘Trading Post’ souvenir shop.
Brownsea through the ages
Take a stroll back through Brownsea’s varied history, from thriving Victorian pottery community to first-ever Scout camp, ‘safe’ home for refugees during the Second World War to safe haven for nationally and internationally important wildlife today. Discover the vital role it plays in nature conservation on this enjoyable guided walk.