The final remains of Winchester Castle and home to King Arthur’s round table.
See the impressive Royal Armouries collection of artillery and historic cannons
Jane Austen’s House in Chawton, Hampshire, is the house where Jane Austen lived and wrote.
Library, exhibition, gallery and performance venue. Formerly Winchester Discovery Centre and set in an iconic, Grade II listed building on the city’s Jewry Street, With upgraded facilities and revamped spaces, The Arc as a unique cultural destination.
Winchester’s Military Quarter is a grouping of six regimental museums situated within yards of each other on a historic site, close to the city centre of Winchester.
A stunning medieval building filled with the most beautiful of the College’s treasures
A National Trust elegant country house with highly distinctive gardens
Winchester’s Tudor and Stuart era is revealed in this beautifully refurbished listed monument, the last of the main medieval gates into the city.
Three galleries tell the story of Winchester’s past from its origins as a prehistoric trading centre and Roman regional capital through to modern times.