Jane Austen’s House in Chawton, Hampshire, is the house where Jane Austen lived and wrote.
The team at the Jane Austen House Museum have made it possible to explore the new additions to their collection from the comfort of your home.
Get out into nature this year and explore it like Austen!
One of the world’s most famous authors, was born, lived and died on the 18th July 1817 in the historic city of Winchester. Our trail follows her life in Hampshire.
Celebrate the achievements Jane Austen – one of Winchester’s greatest literary legends.
This 400-year old manor house inherited by Jane Austen’s brother has now been recognised by VisitEngland award.
“What dreadful Hot weather we have! –It keeps one in a continual state of Inelegance.” – Jane Austen, writing to her sister Cassandra, Sunday 18 September 1796
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.
Celebrating women’s writing with 3 days of talks, Q&As, interviews and readings… all online, and all for free