We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
  • Sort by:
  • Traveler Ranked
  • Book Online
We found great results, but some are outside Compton. Showing results in neighboring cities.
Limit search to Compton.

Hospital of St Cross

Winchester 1.5 mi away
#1 of 26 Sights & Landmarks in Winchester
It is a masterpiece of Norman architecture (sturdy nave pillars; zigzag stone carving on the arches and vaulting; corbels decorated with monsters and musician angels, etc.).
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...

Winchester College

Winchester 2.3 mi away
#3 of 26 Sights & Landmarks in Winchester
tour guides do this because they love the college and history and are extremely knowledgeable, the chapel is incredible, see the medieval carvings where the choristers sit, I loved the cloisters too, see the post...
From the old on-site brewery (now the library), to the two chapels, the cloisters with graffiti carved into the stonework, to the 'Scholars' dining room complete with the original 600-year old tables and benches,...
See 1 Experience

Winchester Cathedral

Winchester 2.5 mi away
#2 of 26 Sights & Landmarks in Winchester
There are regular free tours of the cathedral undertaken by very knowledgeable guides and so you can immerse yourself in history whether it is Jane Austen's grave, the centuries of architecture or the history of t...
We visited Winchester Cathedral today and can throughly recommend the 1 hour guided tour, it gave great insights into the history and stories behind this beautiful Cathedral and our tour guide Lorraine Estelle was...
See 15 Experiences

Winchester City Mill

Winchester 2.6 mi away
#4 of 26 Sights & Landmarks in Winchester
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...
I remember always that song that said "Winchester Cathedral" and I read that was the capital of England centuries ago that is why we wanted to visit this wonderful and interesting place we spent the day visiting t...

The Great Hall

Winchester 2.5 mi away
#5 of 26 Sights & Landmarks in Winchester
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.
A fascinating place and the gift shop has the best value knights in Armour type stuff for kids and adults alike in Winchester.
See 3 Experiences

Wolvesey Castle

Winchester 2.5 mi away
#6 of 26 Sights & Landmarks in Winchester
This little known gem is a short distance from Winchester Cathedral and, although it only opens during the summer season, it is certainly worth a visit to anyone interest in British history.
But the signs are informative without overburdening visitors with detail and it is both a very interesting place to visit and yet also a quiet place for leisurely contemplation.
See 1 Experience

Statue of Alfred the Great

Winchester 2.6 mi away
#7 of 26 Sights & Landmarks in Winchester
We love to visit Winchester and it is always a delight to see Alfred's statue standing straight and true as reminder of Winchester's part in English History.
Stand tall near the amazing Guild Hall the statue reminds visitors of this iconic King's influence weaved across the city.

Winchester Buttercross

Winchester 2.6 mi away
#8 of 26 Sights & Landmarks in Winchester
The extensive range of excellent shops and restaurants combined with live music from a number of buskers just add to the excellent atmosphere.
A beautiful and historic landmark on Winchester High Street, great place to see some quality buskers, especially at the weekends.
#10 of 26 Sights & Landmarks in Winchester
This gem of a church is worth seeking out, both for its historical significance and also its quiet setting just outside the main hustle of the city centre.
For visitors to Winchester, this cute chapel above the bridge is popular and it's easy to see why! It's small and pretty, a lovely wedding ceremony choice.

Saint Lawrence Church

Winchester 2.6 mi away
#11 of 26 Sights & Landmarks in Winchester
Well worth a visit, bit it an active church so please be respectful.
The congregation are fantastic, warm and welcoming, the building in steeped in history, a spiritual oasis in the very centre of town, a fantastic welcome from everyone i will never forget this place

Old Winchester Hill

Winchester 2.4 mi away
#12 of 26 Sights & Landmarks in Winchester
#9 of 26 Sights & Landmarks in Winchester
Sit near the back for the best views - in the very comfy, state of the art dome Our show - enthusiastically presented - took us round the solar system planets and their moons and rings and ended looking at other n...
The things that impressed the adults in the party - clean toilets, plenty of drinking water, cafe with sensible prices, indoor picnic tables (with table-cleaning materials provided) and an outdoor picnic area with...
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Compton

God Begot House

Winchester 2.6 mi away
#13 of 26 Sights & Landmarks in Winchester

All Saints Church

Hursley 1.7 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Hursley

St Mary's Church

Winchester 2.0 mi away
#19 of 26 Sights & Landmarks in Winchester

St. James’ Catholic Cemetery

Winchester 2.4 mi away
#23 of 26 Sights & Landmarks in Winchester

St Bartholomew's Church

Winchester 3.0 mi away
#17 of 26 Sights & Landmarks in Winchester

St Paul's

Winchester 2.7 mi away
#22 of 26 Sights & Landmarks in Winchester

Romsey Abbey

Romsey 7.5 mi away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Romsey
Beautiful building with fantastic Norman arches, medieval stonework, Tudor paintings and Victorian carpentry, together with skilfully performed modern masonry repairs.
Stunning building , Always when I’m away will look at the old architectural features in buildings and must say this is a gorgeous place some very old and quaint bits and bobs and need to come back for a better loo...

Old Church of St Mary the Virgin

Winchester 2.8 mi away
#21 of 26 Sights & Landmarks in Winchester

St. Peters Convent

Winchester 2.7 mi away
#25 of 26 Sights & Landmarks in Winchester

Flowerdown Barrows

Winchester 3.9 mi away
#20 of 26 Sights & Landmarks in Winchester

Mottisfont Abbey

Mottisfont 8.5 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Mottisfont
We also loved all the gorgeous gourds on display, we had watched these growing in the newly renovated kitchen garden which is a wonderful addition to the walled gardens.The weather was fine and we sat in the stabl...
Mottisfont Abbey is a fascinating National Trust property set in extensive grounds, and it has been very sympathetically maintained to show something of its earliest history as an Augustinian Abbey, before its var...

Steamship Shieldhall

Southampton 9.4 mi away
#1 of 37 Sights & Landmarks in Southampton
Went on this years maiden voyage yesterday from Southampton docks for a three hour trip, an excellent day out with a very informative, helpful crew who are all volunteers would thoroughly recommend to anyone inter...
From start to finish I was thoroughly impressed with the professionalism, diligence and enthusiasm of all the volunteers that tirelessly ensure that all the guests on board have a fabulous time on board.

Bishop's Waltham Palace

Bishop's Waltham 7.5 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Bishop's Waltham
... picnic... Loved it... Relaxing and imagining how it was way back in it's former glory... Take a book sit in the sun and enjoy the tranquil surroundings.. Walk around and get up close to the remains and enjoy ;-)
The small but delightful museum on site has a small booklet for sell, which definitely helped bring this beautiful site to life.
#2 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Romsey
This small but very interesting museum and house is very interesting and the volunteers are very knowledgeable, the tea room is also worth a visit
Situated opposite Romseys Norman Abbey, a fascinating 13thc domestic building, with well presented exhibits, including medieval graffiti.

St Mary's Stadium

Southampton 8.7 mi away
#3 of 37 Sights & Landmarks in Southampton
... on another occasion All my visits have been excellent the staff are very friendly and informative The atmosphere is incredible and the bus service is very good too Would definitely recommend you go to this venue
St Mary's Stadium is a great place to watch a football.

Titanic Engineer Officers Memorial

Southampton 8.7 mi away
#7 of 37 Sights & Landmarks in Southampton
Worth a visit - very near the Titanic Exhibition in the Sea City Museum and whilst at this monument have a look for the Musicians memorial outside Paris Smith.
It stands opposite the Cenotaph and one of Southampton's lovely parks makes a peaceful backdrop.

Manor Farm

Bursledon 9.1 mi away
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Bursledon
Just off Jn 8 of the M27, Botley direction, this country park runs alongside the Hamble river so there are woodland paths and riverside paths with small shingle beaches where the dog can have a swim or a cool off...
Brilliant to have the play park out of sight, so the children can enjoy the animals first.