This is quite a quirky bar offering lots of character with a cosy and friendly atmosphere. It appears to be aimed at more of a younger crowd, given the students in the area, however, that doesn't mean to say you will feel out of your depth if you are slightly (cough cough) above student age, everyone is made to feel welcome. If you come later in the day then this bar can get very busy so do expect to wait a little. To visit at a quieter time then its best to stick with the afternoon or early evening.
If you are wanting something to do on a Sunday night in Bournemouth then Sixty Million Postcards hosts their ultra modern quiz night using WIFI and smart phones. 1 device, IOS or andriod, is used per team. You can even use your own device. Just £1.50 to enter the quiz.
Different music entertainment is offered on a regular basis. It’s best to check their website to find out more details.
Food is served daily from midday until 10pm. Bar closes at 2am on Friday & Saturday with Sunday through to Thursday being open until ‘late’.
Sixty Million Postcards is just a 3 minute walk away from ‘The Square’.
Films last between 5-8 minutes, ok so not that long but it is certainly an exhilarating experience that you will be glad you didn’t miss, and you are sure to come out with a smile on your face. Suitable for children over 7.
You will find The 6D Cinema in the heart of Bournemouth Town. It is open all week, Monday to Friday 11.00 - 20.00, Saturday 10.00 - 22.00 and Sunday 11.00 - 20.00.
Should you have any questions then give them a call on +44 1202 280860 or visit their website http://www.6dcinema.co.uk/
A comfortable minibus is used for the excursions, with the options on some of the trips with hotel collection and drop off. The guides are very experienced and are happy to provide you with lots of information to ensure you get the best out of your tour.
Tours are reasonably priced but it is important to read the literature before booking your visit as some attractions will require you to pay an entrance fee to enter the site, such as Stonehenge for example.This information is provided within the leaflets/website but is not always noted by people taking the tours so comes as a bit of an unwelcome surprise.
You can find the schedules of all tours and/or book any of the following tours by going online or telephoning 01202 557007.