Jane Austen’s House in Chawton, Hampshire, is the house where Jane Austen lived and wrote.
Believed to be the oldest continuously running school in the country
Let off steam and travel by a lovingly restored Steam Train
Described by William Cobbett as “one of the prettiest places in the County”.
Discover the ‘Great House’ enjoyed by Jane Austen, the quintessentially English manor house and gardens with a fascinating history.
Grade I listed buildings dating from 1132 and is home to 25 Brothers.
The final remains of Winchester Castle and home to King Arthur’s round table.
Join a guided tour with one of Winchester’s official tourist guides to take in the city’s highlights.
Beautiful and intimate Edwardian-style, 400 seat theatre situated in the heart of the city. The Theatre presents a diverse programme of drama, dance, family theatre, music and talks plus a hugely popular traditional family pantomime. It is part of the Arts and Education charity, Play to the Crowd, that also runs Winchester’s annual Outdoor Arts Festival, The Hat Fair, each July.