Whether that’s a day or a week. With maps, places to eat, accommodation options, things to do and special events, there is plenty happening in the Winchester District and the Winchester Visitor Guide can tell you all.
A useful map to help you explore Winchester, including information on attractions and eateries in and around Winchester.
Trace the footsteps of King Alfred from his statue in the Broadway to his last known resting place beneath Hyde Abbey Garden.
Approximately 1¼ miles through the beautiful and historic eastern part of Winchester. Encompassing St Giles Hill, The Weirs and Abbey Gardens, the walk passes some of the city’s oldest buildings and most exquisite scenes.
Enjoy a self-guided walk in the poet’s footsteps from the city to St Cross, passing through the landscape which inspired his famous ode ‘To Autumn’.
Trace Jane Austen’s journey from birth to her death giving you an insight into the life and times of this ‘Hampshire girl.’
Trace the history of the development of the sport of cricket across the county of Hampshire.
From Iron Age forts, to Civil War sites, through two World Wards to the completion of a nuclear bunker site at Twyford – the district’s military stories span centuries of history.
Be guided around Winchester, this trail marks the connections between the particular places in the city which have featured in royal visits and events from the Saxon era to the present day.
Winchester was favoured by main Tudor monarchs, and the Winchester district is a showcase of buildings, ruins and artefacts that played a part in this extraordinary period of regal history including that of the Great Hall and the Westgate Museum.