Save your feet and enjoy bird's-eye-views of the Beaulieu grounds with unlimited rides on the 'Skytrain'. For something more down to earth, there's the open top veteran bus.
From Saturday 4th July, the Monorail will reopen and it will be managed on a capacity basis. To help you plan your visit, we've compiled a list of frequently asked questions for your assistance.
Please note: The Veteran Bus will not be running due to essential maintenance. We apologise for any disappointment caused.
This mile-long monorail is the oldest in England! Let it take you on a sedate tour of the attraction from above, offering sweeping views of the grounds and gardens before passing right through the roof of the National Motor Museum! Informative commentary tells the stories behind the many things you will see on your journey. With a North and South station, the Monorail runs at frequent intervals throughout the day, and is a fun way to explore the attraction.
Please note the monorail runs until dusk and may not operate during high winds.
Making regular journeys between the Brabazon Restaurant and Palace House, this replica 1912 open-topped London bus invites you to climb aboard for a gentle and nostalgic ride through the grounds between the two on-site bus stops.
Please note the Veteran Bus may not run on our busiest event days. Please contact us to check before your visit.
The bus ride is excellent and so is the monorail as you can see so much from both!