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#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Havant
From Kiki Dee to Dean Friedman, Beverly Craven or The Christians and Local Talent Simon Kent....... - just a great, close and engaged performance, and chance to meet and chat.
This is a small museum mainly dedicated to local history, with temporary exhibitions in addition to the permanent collection.
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Hayling Island

HMS Warrior 1860

Portsmouth 5.6 mi away
#1 of 36 Sights & Landmarks in Portsmouth
HMS Warrior is located at the historic dockyard in Portsmouth, when I visited you were able to walk around the ship at your own pace, again it's an interesting tour, but the annual ticket pass if you intend to vis...
This wonderful Victorian battleship is well worth a visit, you can see how the sailors lived and the canons are poised ready for action on this iron hulled warship.
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Holy Trinity Church

Bosham, UK 5.5 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Bosham
I loved the simplicity of this church & it’s great history ( it is mentioned in The Bayeux Tapestry & King Canute’s Daughter is buried there).
Although mostly Norman architecture, parts of the Church date back to Saxon age and it has a fascinating history with King Harold and King Canute.

Portsmouth Historic Dockyard

Portsmouth 5.7 mi away
#3 of 36 Sights & Landmarks in Portsmouth
The Historic Dockyard offers multiple days out and so much to do and see! Historic ships to explore (such as the Warrior and Victory), submarines, museums, boat trips around the harbour and the Mary Rose! Somethin...
This visit, only did flying visits to see Victory (excellent), M33 now able to tour her (Excellent), harbour tour- plenty of time to eat sandwiches (excellent) across to Dolphin to see the submarines (excellent).
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Fratton Park

Portsmouth 3.8 mi away
#14 of 36 Sights & Landmarks in Portsmouth
The drama and excitement built up to a crescendo for the last 17 minutes when we saw 5 goals in a seesaw scenario.
2 goals in the last 2 minutes and surely now the song was a premonition - Pompey are indeed off to Wembley.
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Portsdown Hill

Portsmouth 5.7 mi away
#5 of 36 Sights & Landmarks in Portsmouth
I loved the museum, the guns on exhibit are stunning, from the smallest cannon to the massive rail gun, stunning, there are lifts which are handy for anyone with limited mobility, they even have a section of the s...
On less clear days you can see Hayling Island, Portsmouth, Fareham and Gosport picking out landmarks such as Portchester castle the spinnaker tower, the sails of the south and the dockyard.

Old Portsmouth

Portsmouth 5.8 mi away
#4 of 36 Sights & Landmarks in Portsmouth
It has changed here but made more beautiful in my opinioin making great use of what was just arches, wonderful cafe and some artty shops all supporting local artists, the fish market is fabulous and the harbour is...
The best day can be had by starting at the Historic Dockyard and doing the millennium walk, passing by HMS Warrior, the Spinnaker Tower, Gunwharf Quays shopping outlet village, through the historic Camber Docks, p...
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Spinnaker Tower

Portsmouth 5.7 mi away
#6 of 36 Sights & Landmarks in Portsmouth
... amazing just unbelievable but an added bonus for my partner who is ex navy The HMS Queen Elizabeth came back in to port we had fantastic views of her coming in and have some great pics and memories of this day..
Glorious experience going up the tower on a brilliantly sunny day, enjoyed coffee and cake at a front row table with exceptional views of the whole of Portsmouth with Southsea, Dockyard etc, also Gosport and the I...
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#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Havant

HMS M.33

Portsmouth 5.8 mi away
#7 of 36 Sights & Landmarks in Portsmouth
The last of the Gallipoli campaign warships of WWI (known in the UK as the Dardanelles Campaign), HMS M.33 is tucked away in the back corner of the Historic Dockyard, just west of HMS Victory.
warrior victory and mary rose all well known but tucked away is the m33 a ww1 ship but in my opinion absolutely brilliant and well worth a visit.nobody
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Southsea Castle

Portsmouth 5.2 mi away
#11 of 36 Sights & Landmarks 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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Portsmouth Naval Memorial

Portsmouth 5.4 mi away
#10 of 36 Sights & Landmarks in Portsmouth
Its quite an atmospheric place to visit, reading the names on the plaques brings home the immensity of our naval losses, defending our nation, during the last world wars, each name was someones family member & wou...
It comprises a tall imposing central obelisk with a blue ball on top with the names of the dead inscribed upon bronze plaques on its base.

Millennium Promenade

Portsmouth 5.5 mi away
#9 of 36 Sights & Landmarks in Portsmouth
It is easy to follow via an etched chain motif in the centre of the pavements, and there are lots of historic and interesting sites en route, with plenty of well designed information boards to add to the experience.
... Portsmouth, the cathedral, the square & round towers, the hot walls and the new studios, round to spice island with views back over to the spinnaker etc. It’s a nice walk with plenty of places to stop for a dr...

Portchester Castle

Portchester 6.4 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Portchester
The Church of St Mary's within the castle grounds is an interesting and lovely C12th building well worth a visit and where you can also find a warm welcome and simple range of refreshment at the little 'café' atta...
Lovely place to visit with a mixed history , the roman walls are spectacular and a fascinating climb to the top of the keep ( great views ) lovely friendly staff

St Faiths Church Havant

Havant 3.2 mi away
#3 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Havant

Portsmouth Cathedral

Portsmouth 6.3 mi away
#8 of 36 Sights & Landmarks in Portsmouth
Nestled in Old Portsmouth, just a few 100 yards from Gunwharf Quays and within a stones throw of the sea, we discovered this wonderful gem of history and beauty.
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
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Royal Garrison Church

Portsmouth 5.6 mi away
#13 of 36 Sights & Landmarks 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.
A lovely church with a fascinating history staffed by loyal and passionate volunteers.
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Dockyard Apprentice

Portsmouth 5.6 mi away
#12 of 36 Sights & Landmarks in Portsmouth
Very interesting with the sights sounds and smells gives a great insight into a working dockyard from days gone by
Very well put together exhibit with some fascinating items on display.

Royal Armouries - Fort Nelson

Portsmouth 8.0 mi away
#2 of 36 Sights & Landmarks in Portsmouth
The highlights from the exhibitions for us were the medieval Great Bombard in the atrium, the two sections of the Iraqi Supergun (OMG), the interactive reconstructions of barracks life in the downstairs galleries,...
and 10) They both enjoyed going around the obstacles several times crawling, jumping etc. Interesting walk around the fort itself, tunnels, shell storage, ramparts and of course firing of the gun on the parade gro...

St Nicholas Parish Church

North Waltham 3.2 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in North Waltham

City Life Church

Portsmouth 3.6 mi away
#31 of 36 Sights & Landmarks in Portsmouth
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Gosport
Excellent value for money - the volunteers, dressed in clothes from the 17th century, recounted how life was like then - the best were the working forge and the potter - well worth a visit.
Great little place to visit very informative the volunteers do a fabulous job would highly recommend

South Parade Pier

Portsmouth 4.6 mi away
#16 of 36 Sights & Landmarks in Portsmouth
... looked great and a good bar at brilliant prices such a pleasant surprise to some other pre inflated piers around the country excellent staff an allround great experience in apart of Portsmouth we will rediscov...
After a very nice stroll in gorgeous sunshine, we came across a new food outlet at the end of South Parade Pier.

Rockingham Hotel

Portsmouth 4.5 mi away
#18 of 36 Sights & Landmarks in Portsmouth

Emsworth Baptist Church

Emsworth 3.5 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Emsworth

Highland Road Cemetery

Portsmouth 4.0 mi away
#25 of 36 Sights & Landmarks in Portsmouth
The friends of the cemetary do a wonderful job in maintaining it but it is a large task, many of the headstones are on the point of, or have already collapsed.
... positive reviews, we came here and I'll tell you what it was quite glum, this place is full of headstones and you know what is engraved on these, names, names of dead people, who are actually buried in the gro...

St Mary's Church

Portsmouth 4.3 mi away
#21 of 36 Sights & Landmarks in Portsmouth
Beautiful church and tower and was built in the 19th century, however there has been history of churches on this site dating back to at least the 12th century.
It has a history going back to the 900s 4 different churchs have stood on the same spot Rader search and remains found under neath present church

Chichester Cathedral

Chichester, UK 8.9 mi away
#1 of 17 Sights & Landmarks in Chichester
We enjoyed the free guided tour of this beautiful cathedral learning about the history of the cathedral and some of be beautiful art they possess, many of which are modern and very thought provoking.
Behind the high altar is the site of the shrine of St Richard of Chichester, canonised in 1262, the shrine later destroyed by Henry VIII, and the cathedral has many works of modern art including tapestries by John...

Hilsea Lines

Portsmouth 4.2 mi away
#33 of 36 Sights & Landmarks in Portsmouth