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#2 of 4 things to do in East Meon
#3 of 4 things to do in East Meon
off the beaten track, but has a wooden barn for meetings and workshops, they help with the community, there is a natural burial site, and a lovely cafe, which serves fresh food, including vegan options.
We stopped here for a night while walking the South Downs way.

West Sussex Falconry

Compton, UK 7.7 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Compton
It provided a fascinating and informative insight into the process of acquiring, training and caring for a Harris Hawk, the bird Sally recommends for "beginners" in the art of hawk and falcon ownership, including...
What can I say other than thankyou Sally for an amazing morning with your wonderful birds and owls, my dream came true this morning being able to hold a Barn owl,and then to be able to hold her while we walked to...

Woolbeding Gardens

Woolbeding, UK 12.0 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Woolbeding
Wonderful grounds and gardens, varied environments (walled formal gardens, open fields, woods, river, lawns, terraces, kitchen garden), all beautifully maintained.
really enjoyed Woolbeding gardens ,very relaxing walk through lovely gardens and one or two very good surprises .To get there you have to go to the grange car park in Midhurst and catch a free mini bus as there is...

Kingley Vale

Chichester, UK 11.3 mi away
#2 of 47 things to do in Chichester
Clearly marked paths, explanatory (free) booklets and small round house with interesting information and the wooded area with those fantastic really old yews opens out onto meadows filled with birdsong and butterf...
Kingly vale is a very special place Where we visit most season s And to celebrate Winter and summer solstice The ancient yews are some of the oldest in Europe And are very magical ️ At the top are several buri...

Hensting Alpacas

Eastleigh 13.1 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Eastleigh
I had a really fun day here and it was an amazing experience.The alpacas were really friendly,cuddly and easy to control which is very good.If anyone wants a great morning out this is the right place for you.I was...
There were a couple of charachters amoungst them (Steve being one) who was very sociable and wanted to meet everyone which made the whole thing great fun.Recommend good footware as this is a working farm so can ge...

Chawton House

Chawton 9.3 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Chawton
We were welcomed and shown round by two excellent and knowledgeable guides, Cleo and Laura, who told us so much about the history of the house and about the incomparable Miss Jane Austen and her family.
Really worth visiting - especially if you are lucky enough to be shown around by Jeremy Knight, a descendant of Edward (Austen) Knight who grew up in the house and has many tales about the house and it’s history.

Petersfield Physic Garden

Petersfield 4.3 mi away
#2 of 18 things to do in Petersfield
Calm and nice lovely and happy place to spend time in Petersfield , great flowers and a good place to sit and relax while having lunch
There are many seats for quiet contemplation and meditation or a picnic from one of the excellent places in Petersfield such as Madeleines deli.

Royal Armouries - Fort Nelson

Portsmouth 10.5 mi away
#3 of 101 things to do in Portsmouth
Two family visits in past 7 weeks to see the poppy display which is very poignant and a fantastic tribute to our brave servicemen and women who put their lives on the line for king and country in both world wars a...
A very enjoyable day was spent here, the staff are friendly, the tea room is great, the weapons and how they are presented is extremely interesting and its free (donations can be given) a great way to spend the da...

Portchester Castle

Portchester 11.5 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do 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
#4 of 14 things to do in Alton
Unusually there are, linked but distinctively varied, people's lives celebrated here: Gilbert White, naturalist, Captain Oates, Antarctic explorer and William Oates and his brother, Africa explorers.
Learned a lot about Gilbert White and Frank Oates' contributions to natural history as well as Captain Lawrence Oates who perished part of Scott's Antarctic expedition.

Petersfield Lake

Petersfield 4.7 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,...
Had a very delightful stroll round and after had a lovely coffee and watched the mums and children enjoy the kiddies play area it was a nice day seeing all the different birds on the pond very nice afternoon.

Butser Ancient Farm

Chalton 4.6 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Chalton
The picturesque complex of Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age and Roman buildings is a living archaeological experiment that provides excellent educational value (as well as being fun for photographers) in the South...
Kids will love the educational and fun activities and feeding the small collection of goats, Adults will enjoy walking around the replica ancient village and learning about crafts like dyeing sheep’s wool with pla...

Jane Austen's House Museum

Chawton 9.7 mi away
#2 of 4 things to do in Chawton
... bakehouse and into a room to try on costumes and hats, try writing with a quill and ink, then the garden to the neat little house to be met by a relaxed, humourous chap, (Rob) who answered our questions and ma...
The house with adjoining farm cottage and farm barns/buildings stands out, connected with full of incredible history is situated in the vast green countryside land with sheep grazing.
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Hinton Ampner

Hinton Ampner 6.3 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Hinton Ampner
This is a lovely house to visit and gardens, the great thing now with many of the NT houses you get to go in closer into the rooms rather than way back behind a rope which is excellent and appreciated.
... museums in your observation.The furnishings were unique mainly the side tables done in guilted wood stone and marble combinations - with beautiful inlaid designs using semiprecious stones and a range of marble...


South Harting, UK 6.9 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in South Harting
Really enjoyed the house, start with a film of the history, inc fire in the 80’s , kitchens, cellars, and lots of hidden tunnels , tour guides extremely knowledgeable and friendly, lovely dolls house exhibitions .
really enjoyed our visit to Uppark, House is interesting anyway with great tapestries' and paintings, servants quarters and kitchens, great gardens and views, and good café, the servant tunnels connecting the kitc...

Comedy All Stars

Horndean 5.8 mi away
#2 of 4 things to do in Horndean
Amazing Comedy and an awesome host and M.C.
Horndeans little secret is well worth a visit