Hampshire’s one of England’s largest counties located in the very south of England, bordered by Dorset, Wiltshire and Sussex. The county offers its visitors miles of idyllic countryside, including the New Forest and South Downs National Parks, and the vibrant cities of Winchester, Portsmouth and Southampton.
Hampshire benefits from being less than an hour from London by road and rail and with excellent transport links to the rest of the UK.
Welcome to Hampshire
Winchester Cathedral is one of the finest medieval cathedrals in Europe. Nestled at the heart of historic Winchester, once the seat of Anglo-Saxon and Norman royal power, this magnificent Cathedral is the resting place of Saxon royalty, bishops and Jane Austen, the much-loved English novelist.
Tudor House & Garden
Southampton’s most important historic building, Tudor House reveals over 800 years of history in one fascinating location at the heart of the Old Town and gives a unique and atmospheric insight into the city and lives and times of its residents through the years.
Sea City Museum
Sea City Museum tells the story of the people of the city, their fascinating lives and historic connections with Titanic and the sea; all through an interactive experience designed for all ages.
Enjoy the cruising experience of yester-year aboard SS Shieldhall a classic heritage cargo/passenger steamship that provides an array of 2 hour to all-day cruises in Southampton Water and The Solent.
The D-Day Story
The D-Day Story is the only museum in the UK dedicated to the Allied Invasion of Europe in June 1944 and tells the unique personal military and civilian stories behind this epic event.
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is the UK’s premier destination for naval history and takes you on a journey through time, allowing you to step on board world-famous warships and uncover some of the Royal Navy’s best kept secrets.
Kings, Castles, Sailors and Spices
A memorable and invigorating walk along the Millennium Promenade in Portsmouth. We follow the story of one of Britain’s greatest ports with a theme of endeavour and exploration running from the time of the Crusades to the Tudor explorers, the New World settlers of the 1600s, the Napoleonic Wars and through to WW2 and the story of D-Day.