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.Download brochure
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.Download brochure
Find out more about the fascinating history of the Jewish community in Winchester.Download brochure
The Itchen Valley is rich in its magnificent scenery, while you explore you can uncover some historically fascinating churches. *please note this publication is available to order for 50p.Download brochure
Explore the superb scenery of the valley with the opportunity to discover some of the county’s historically most important church architecture from Saxon to late Victorian times. *Please not this publication is available to order for 50p.Download brochure
Setting off from the Parliamentarian camp at Hinton Ampner, embark on the walk taken by the troops on 29 March 1644 to the Cheriton Battlefield.
Discover the history of Alresford, its inhabitants, railway line, wildlife and rural surrounds.
A handsome Georgian town, Alresford is the perfect place to spend a weekend.Download brochure
With its charming cafes, unique boutiques and palace ruins there is something for everyone in Bishop’s Waltham.Download brochure
Explore the beautiful market town of Wickham, with its quirky shops and charming square its not to be missed.Download brochure