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#1 of 8 things to do in Alresford
... were funny and pleasant as well as excellent teachers and helpers ,very well organised and had great fun..you go home with excellent chocolate and have an appreciation to quality chocolate and handmade chocola...
What a wonderful way to spend a Saturday morning - lovely location, very knowledgeable and informative workshop leaders, top quality ingredients to work with, very sociable participants and free refreshments.
#1 of 1 things to do in Lower Wield
... beginning to end- I’ve always wondered how they get the wine to taste the same each year!! Obviously the tasting was the best bit, it was all superb but actually the Rose was our favourite which surprised us.
We were greeted by a very personable guide who conducted a comprehensive tour of the production facilities before holding a very informative tasting session comprising of a few of their wines.


Winchester 6.6 mi away
#61 of 61 things to do in Winchester
This is a pretty unique place, a fabulous cocktail bar, at 2100 every evening there is live jazz, the staff are lovely and the ambiance, amazing, definitely worth visiting for wine, gin or cocktails.
We were wowed watching the amazing cocktails going past our tables so much so that we are definitely coming back to sample some of these, they were so intriguing and presented in the most fun and beautiful ways (l...

Hampshire Wine School

Winchester 7.0 mi away
#61 of 61 things to do in Winchester
Cecile is a perfect host for the cheese and wine pairing evening, It was all great fun and we had our taste buds tingling with new pleasure, Amazed how combinations can change the taste of the wines completely.
Cecile is obviously highly skilled in the art of wine tasting and imparting her considerable knowledge in a way that is suitable for both the uninitiated (we buy whatever is on offer!) to the more sophisticated wi...

Winchester Cathedral

Winchester 6.8 mi away
#4 of 61 things to do in Winchester
Beautiful exterior architecture, uplifting interior, filled with significant funerary memorials, truly caring staff and volunteers and the Winchester Bible (elegantly illuminated, hand-written medieval book).
The free tour of the cathedral lasted about an hour and after wandering in the magnificent Inner Close admiring mediaeval houses we completed a delightful experience with homemade cakes in the cathedral cafe.
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Hospital of St Cross

Winchester 7.4 mi away
#3 of 61 things to do in Winchester
Approach St Cross via the laneways abutting Winchester College founded by William of Wykham, then walk back to Winchester city centre via the watermeadows which inspired Keats' 'Ode to Autumn' when he stayed in St...
There are unexpected delights - find out about 'the dole' visitors are entitled to claim - see medieval kitchens, a grand hall and a superb formal pond - great for photos.

ClueCapers Limited

Winchester 6.5 mi away
#61 of 61 things to do in Winchester
The staff were super friendly (and super helpful when needed to be!) and we all had great fun all round (especially as the boys escaped quicker than the girls!!!) Many thanks, and would highly recommend.
Great day with the work crew, staff were friendly and absolutley made the experience, the rooms were very challenging, which is a good thing but plenty of friendly nudges in the right direction should they be needed.

The Gurkha Museum

Winchester 7.0 mi away
#5 of 61 things to do in Winchester
... a small space they have acheived a history that will stay with you long after you have visited.The gift shop has some lovely unusual items also.Gurkha tea for example!Make sure to purchase a ticket for all the...
Really fascinating to see the history of the contribution made by these formidable soldiers to our past and present

Hinton Ampner

Hinton Ampner 3.0 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Hinton Ampner
A beautiful garden, house, a small I guess about 100 people church, all of which gave us the perfect opportunity for our 4 year old son to explore the grounds in peace and happiness, he loved it, loads to see and...
We spent a lovely 4 hours here, lots of nice walks and places to picnic, cafe , toilets, trail for children to follow, staff in the house were very friendly and patient with the children, gift shop, a lovely day out

Winchester City Museum

Winchester 6.8 mi away
#9 of 61 things to do in Winchester
Well worth a visit,very impressive interior, see King Arthur's Round Table and many more items with helpful staff to help with questions.
Well laid out on three floors, going from ancient history through medieval to recent times, I found this a great place to spend a while.
#3 of 14 things to do in Alton
One of the pleasures of touring Britain is the wonderful variety of historic places that are being preserved by enthusiasts and a visit to the Watercress Line is a must when in the area.
We did a Saturday evening Real Ale Train and loved it .. great atmosphere, tasty range of varied real ales and a totally relaxed few hours.

Wolvesey Castle

Winchester 6.6 mi away
#11 of 61 things to do in Winchester
Peaceful, relaxing and plenty of old architecture and interesting sites, including Winchester college which has some guided tours (they recommend checking website for opening times).
Lovely place to visit, historic ruins and wonderful walk around historic Wincester Lovely place for picnic or walk around Dog friendly
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The Great Hall

Winchester 6.9 mi away
#10 of 61 things to do in Winchester
The Great Hall is the home of King Arthur’s Round Table although it was created by Edward 1! The displays are clear and offer a real insight to the Great Hall’s history including Judge Jeffries and its use as a Co...
This is certainly worth a visit and includes Arthur's round table!! Our visit was enhanced by an extremely knowledgeable lady who was able to provide some fascinating information - try and go on a tour if you can.
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Avington Park

Winchester 3.3 mi away
#22 of 61 things to do in Winchester
The House and grounds are stunning both inside and out and the history fascinating for any history buff.
Jeremy gave us a well informed tour of the house which included the beautiful ballroom, drawing room and library and we finished in the orangery with a cream tea.

Winchester City Mill

Winchester 6.5 mi away
#8 of 61 things to do in Winchester
... in the cathedral grounds looking at medieval houses, pilgrims school,choristers, follow the path to face the cathedral, walk along the upper path to get to the butter Ross in Winchester high street, enjoy!
Popped into Winchester after visit to the Hinton Ampner National Trust Property nearby and was pleasantly surprised to find that the Mill was well worth a visit with interesting history also you can marvel of the...