The building alone is worth seeing – a beautifully restored 15th-century warehouse. The star exhibit is a 2300-year-old Iron Age logboat...
The impressive red-brick Custom House dates from 1813 – look out for the Union Jack and gilded coat of arms.
One of Poole's oldest pubs, the building dates from around 1150.
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Poole Arms information
The grub at this ancient pub is strong on locally landed seafood – try the homemade fish pie, local crab or pan-fried herring roe. Order some New Forest beer, then settle down in the snug, wood-lined bar with the locals, or on the terrace overlooking the quay.