Places of Interest in Winchester
Jane Austen House.
Winchester's modern library with exhibitions and a cafe.
Next to the newly refurbished Guildhall is Abbey House, the mayor's official residence. On the site of a nunnaminster founded by King Alfred's wife, Queen Ealhswith, the adjoining gardens are a riot of colour in the summer.
Admire medieval architecture and take part in a 900-year-old tradition as you receive the Wayfarer's Dole.
Home to one of the most sizeable collections of regimental history outside London in the form of five museums.
Perched over the fast-flowing River Itchen, Winchester City Mill has regular milling demonstrations, children's quizzes and an interactive exhibition.
A fortified medieval gateway which served as a debtors' prison for 150 years. Read prisoners' graffiti, see the interesting collection of weights and measures and take in splendid rooftop views across Winchester.
Uncover Winchester's past at the family-friendly City Museum.
Believed to be the oldest continuously running school in the country, Winchester College boasts some illustrious alumni including Douglas Jardine, Lord Howe and Anthony Trollope.
Winchester is famous for its legendary Arthurian Round table, a striking sight well worth visiting in The Great Hall - the only remaining part of Winchester Castle.
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