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#2 of 2 things to do in Rowlands Castle

Kingley Vale

Chichester, UK 6.6 mi away
#2 of 47 things to do in Chichester
summer, spring, winter or fall (as the song goes) its always a great walk - fantastic views and good exercise too -
Please please walk up through the Yew Forrest to the Burial Mounds and tops of the downs the views are stunning, look across to Chischester Harbour breathtaking.

Royal Armouries - Fort Nelson

Portsmouth 7.4 mi away
#3 of 101 things to do in Portsmouth
This is a great place to visit, as well as a mass of exhibits to study, children can explore tunnels and other areas in safety, we took out two grand-daughters 4 & 7, it kept them amused for a couple of hours, gra...
Free entry to an absolute treasure trove of guns, cannons, naval turrets etc set in a fort that's interesting in it's own right.

Chichester Cathedral

Chichester, UK 9.1 mi away
#4 of 47 things to do in Chichester
At the moment there is also an RSPB live video feed in the Cloisters Garden showing the Peregrin Falcom chicks in the tower - oh and the Cloister Restaurant is well worth a visit too - lovely food and very reasona...
Thoroughly enjoyable visit to this wonderful historic building with so many interesting features inside the entrance is free but a small donation is appreciated.

Holy Trinity Church

Bosham, UK 6.4 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Bosham
Such a beautiful church to visit with lots of history lovely location very peaceful atmosphere would recommend a visit there
Beautiful Church in a wonderful position we went inside to look around it was fabulous well worth a visit

Bishop's Palace Gardens

Chichester, UK 9.1 mi away
#7 of 47 things to do in Chichester
Tucked away behind the Cathedral but worth finding as it is a tranquil and beautiful oasis in the heart of Chichester.
These gardens are maintained to a very high standard, there are plenty of seats - a good place to chill and regroup for further sight seeing.

Petersfield Lake

Petersfield 8.0 mi away
#1 of 18 things to do in Petersfield
This is a lovely extremely well looked after place to spend a few hours, fantastic spot for a picnic, really nice walk around the lake, loads of wildlife, well equipped childrens play area, hire out a rowing boat,...
Lovely place, free parking, plenty of dog walkers and the scenery is gorgeous, it is also near town to go for tea and coffee after a good walk.

Bosham Quay

Bosham, UK 6.5 mi away
#2 of 5 things to do in Bosham
The church is well worth a visit - it was the church of King Harold and a reproduction of a section of the Bayeux tapestry is inside showing King Harold setting off from Bosham.
Bosham is one of the most quintessentially British villages I have ever been too, with quaint houses facing the harbour and narrow winding streets, it really is a lovely place to visit.

Old Portsmouth

Portsmouth 8.9 mi away
#7 of 101 things to do in Portsmouth
Lots of History here and of course being a Naval area what with the Historic Dockyard close by and the Naval base.
Nice walk around old Portsmouth , we started from spinnaker tower , following the millennium walk past the Isle of Wight ferry terminal , into the past down to cobbled street area and on to the square tower and ro...
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Portsdown Hill

Portsmouth 6.0 mi away
#8 of 101 things to do in Portsmouth
well laid out attraction with lots to do.amazing collection of arms from around the world well worth a visit.
Well worth a visit.

Petersfield Physic Garden

Petersfield 8.2 mi away
#2 of 18 things to do in Petersfield
This is a very peaceful place to visit and either sit in peace and quiet or wander around look at the variety of plants.
As you walm tlund tbis beautiful place it like a secret garden tucked away from Petersfield High street.

Southsea Rose Garden

Portsmouth 7.8 mi away
#9 of 101 things to do in Portsmouth
Its the time of year that the roses are almost back to life..the aroma by may in here is incredible and such a peaceful place to be to sit and listen to the bords sing and take in the roses..make sure you go befor...
You can sit on one of the many benches & relax in the most peaceful place.

Portsmouth Cathedral

Portsmouth 9.1 mi away
#12 of 101 things to do in Portsmouth
We visited portsmouth to attend a wedding The cathedral is very nice inside and is well worth a visit as part of a tour of the historic portsmouth which is full of history
Nice and quiet and found it a very peaceful place.
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Portsmouth Museum

Portsmouth 8.6 mi away
#15 of 101 things to do in Portsmouth
There is a very good gift shop and a wonderful cafe with outdoor seating should the weather permit, offering views of this wonderful building.
People of Portsmouth and visitors to Portsmouth - you really MUST give it a go! Free entry, but worth about £5-8

Bosham Walk Art & Craft Centre

Bosham, UK 6.5 mi away
#3 of 5 things to do in Bosham
Lovely little shop with tones of unique gifts in Bosham.Next door has a ice cream shop which is well worth a visit to.Certainly worth a little look!!
Craft Centre in beautiful Bosham, selling local crafts, also lovely cafe, close to lovely walks, well worth a visit.

Gunwharf Quays

Portsmouth 8.6 mi away
#17 of 101 things to do in Portsmouth
Great bargains - well worth a visit Particularly loved Timberland and Ted Baker Parking is a little on the high side - but I saved more than enough to cover that with the purchases I made
Great place to shop and have a great day out, always bright and spotless , great cafes too , love walking around here when I'm visiting family
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Canoe Lake

Portsmouth 8.5 mi away
#18 of 101 things to do in Portsmouth
Great place to have a walk around with an ice cream, or to sit on a bench and take in the surroundings and wildlife.
Great Park for children with a water splash feature. .

Chichester City Walls

Chichester, UK 9.3 mi away
#17 of 47 things to do in Chichester
The city walls are on my daily walk routs and I go there most days through the week to get some exercise and just take in the views around the city.
nice walk around the chichester city centre, its easy to follow the maps.

Queen Elizabeth Country Park

Horndean 5.0 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Horndean
Whether it’s a walk through the forest, a walk up Buster Hill, a bike ride on the cycle paths or a play on the assault course style wooden apparatus the QE park is a great relaxing day out.
Easy access and plenty of space for small or large groups cycling and dog walking.
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Southsea Beach

Portsmouth 9.1 mi away
#20 of 101 things to do in Portsmouth
Lovely beach well kept nice to see both a clean beach and seawater in the UK for a change piers either side and plenty around to see and do also
... at certain times, it has lights along the promenade so pretty at night, always has some sort of shipping movements going on and local windsurfers use it so they are interesting to watch also, good pastime is t...
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Port Solent

Portsmouth 6.3 mi away
#21 of 101 things to do in Portsmouth
A nice compact area surrounding the water and boat docking areas, a wide range of restaurants to choose from, a few shops and an Odeon Cinema as well. 2 large totally free car parks which is always a bonus.
A pleasant harbour with plenty of choice of restaurants and nice shops situated around the harbour it’s lovely to go in the summer time sitting out on the decks

Millennium Promenade

Portsmouth 8.9 mi away
#23 of 101 things to do in Portsmouth
Great walk along the old and new walls that offer great views of the harbor and waters into the harbor.
The walk along the shore is charming and interesting, plenty of places to eat too.

Portsmouth Naval Memorial

Portsmouth 9.0 mi away
#24 of 101 things to do in Portsmouth
This monument is a poignant reminder of the sacrifices our brave forefathers made to protect our values and freedom lest we forget
Built of Portland Stone it was first unveiled by the then Duke of York in 1924 to commemorate sailors who gave their lives in World War One.

Southsea Castle

Portsmouth 9.1 mi away
#25 of 101 things to do in Portsmouth
... to take me, as did parents ans school trips, lots of old items salvaged, cannons and impressive to try to even imagine a combat here , cannons and muskets swords and rmour all very interesting, worth a visit.
It has scenic views and provides the opportunity to walk around the top of the castle walls and to sea the cannons.
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The Novium Museum

Chichester, UK 9.1 mi away
#19 of 47 things to do in Chichester
Happily gave a donation as it's a lovely local attraction we would happily visit again.
Free entry contemporary museum which is great for children.

Chichester's Market Cross

Chichester, UK 9.2 mi away
#20 of 47 things to do in Chichester
This is a place well worth a visit, stands in the centre of four roads, making it into a rounderbout for traffic.
It stands at the intersection of the city’s four principal streets and was built not only as a meeting place but also so that its poor people should have somewhere to sell their wares.

Chichester City Centre

Chichester, UK 9.2 mi away
#21 of 47 things to do in Chichester
Lots of history in the Market Cross , City Walls and historic buildings but so vibrant with lots of great shops restaurants and bars with easy access to London from the well located railway station .
What a refreshing city - plenty of parking (both short and long term) and a very interesting part-pedestrianised centre full of small independent shops.

Royal Garrison Church

Portsmouth 8.9 mi away
#28 of 101 things to do in Portsmouth
she was very helpful,polite and answered all our questions, well worth a visit if you are in the area ,entrance was free and a great experience.
Well worth a visit and great opportunity for photographers.
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Priory Park

Chichester, UK 9.2 mi away
#23 of 47 things to do in Chichester
There's a bowling green, a kids play area and a great little café on the grounds of this wonderful park.
Plenty of grass for a picnic or there is a cafe, a stones throw away.

The Chesapeake Mill

Wickham 9.2 mi away
#2 of 4 things to do in Wickham
We came across this fantastic place by chance when we had stopped off in Wickham to visit the Indoor Market antiques centre (also worth a visit).
A host of goodies for sale from old & antique to unusual items.You turn the corner and there is another cave of goodies!