Jane Austen’s House Museum in Chawton, Hampshire, is the house where Jane Austen lived and wrote.
Focuses on Jane Austen’s reading; both books she had access to and those that influenced her writing.
In her latest book on Jane Austen, Professor Jocelyn Harris argues that she was “a satirist, a celebrity watcher, and a keen political observer”.
Step into the shoes of literary greats and see the treasures of England’s ancient capital through their eyes.
This 400-year old manor house inherited by Jane Austen’s brother has now been recognised by VisitEngland award.
Celebrate the achievements Jane Austen – one of Winchester’s greatest literary legends.
A guide at Winchester Cathedral – Pat talks about the highlights of one of her tours.
Discover the 'Great House’ enjoyed by Jane Austen, the quintessentially English manor house and gardens with a fascinating history.
Walk or ride across the South Downs National Park and enjoy stunning views across steep wooded hills and hidden valleys that are home to picture-perfect villages.