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Jane Austen’s House Museum

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The house at Chawton is where Jane Austen spent the last eight years of her life.

From 1809 until 1817 Jane Austen lived in Chawton village near Alton with her mother, her sister Cassandra and their friend Martha Lloyd.

The house is now a museum to her life and tells the story of Jane and her family. On display are Austen family portraits and memorabilia, original manuscripts and first editions of her novels. Visitors can stand behind the modest occasional table at which Austen wrote, or spend time in the pretty garden the Austen women so enjoyed. The recreated historical kitchen and bakehouse are also open to visitors.

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Jane Austen’s House Museum – Winter weekday two for one offer

1 Sept 2018 to 1 March 2019

This winter enjoy Jane Austen’s House Museum together with their winter weekday offer of two for the price of one.

Download a copy of the voucher here.

You can also download the Winchester Visitor Map to get this special offer and many more.

Request a hard copy

*Applies to standard adult rates only. Excludes weekends and special event days. One voucher gives free admission to one person only. Valid between 1 September 2018 and 1 March 2019.

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