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#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

Hensting Alpacas

Eastleigh 8.8 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Eastleigh
A fantastic morning walking Alpacas with Derek and his team!!! Friendly and relaxed with lots of interesting information about the alpacas and you can feel the love and care that they all have for these gorgeous a...
Fun and informative chat about the herd plus the walking dos and donts, followed by gentle stroll around the paddocks and river with the alpaca.

St Catherine's Hill

Winchester 6.8 mi away
#7 of 61 things to do in Winchester
You can go up and come down two different ways, either from the small car park on Garnier Road (if full use the East Park and Ride car park), or using the steps from further down the Itchen Navigation.
Beautiful area and exceptional views from the top which is well worth the effort.
#3 of 14 things to do in Alton
... there were Christmas treats for everyone, Christmas jokes, singalong carols and children’s songs and the big surprise Father Christmas and his helpers with gifts for all the children came onto the train.
My advice is get off at Ropley where there's a picnic area and where the majority of the restoration work takes place and you can wander around the Engineering yard & exhibition area and get close up to a variety...
#16 of 61 things to do in Winchester
... downstairs has a play bit for younger children ... also planetarium saved for our next visit" Age 7 ... "Lots of sports stuff to do, it has wheelchair basketball and a running area to beat the time and be 1st.
... that explains how to do experiments.Also there is the planetarium which is great,the lady that took the early show today really involved the children in the audience and made it so interesting and fun to learn.

Winchester City Mill

Winchester 7.0 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...

Marwell Zoo

Winchester 7.1 mi away
#19 of 61 things to do in Winchester
... all animals in very good condition, relaxed and comfortable in their very good provision; new tropical house has fabulous, enormous plants and an intriguing sloth posing for everyone, also many beautiful butte...
We have just returned home after a good 5 hours, and had an amazing time with the family and 2 grandchildren, (18 months & 11 years) who also had an amazing time, plenty of animals to see, lovely surroundings very...

TCC Southampton

Southampton 7.4 mi away
#100 of 100 things to do in Southampton
Always on time, reliable and nice people every time who are very accommodating We use for work and work related events and would highly recommend.
Paul and his team are customer focused, Paul in particular was great company when we were stuck in traffic on my return to Gatwick.

Winchester City Museum

Winchester 7.3 mi away
#9 of 61 things to do in Winchester
Newly reopened after the ground floor was refurbished, the Winchester City Museum gives an interesting insight into the city's history.
The museum is excellent and immediately adjacent to the Cathedral Grounds and close to the High Street.

The Great Hall

Winchester 7.5 mi away
#10 of 61 things to do in Winchester
We visited the Great Hall with a four year old, and while the grown ups enjoyed the history, and Queen Eleanor's garden, he was able to play dress-up and enjoy a scavenger hunt.
The entry fee is just £3 and you get to see the inside of the amazing hall with a fascinating history, the lovely small garden at the rear plus the photo gallery.
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Chocolate Craft

Alresford 3.9 mi away
#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...
Debbie and the ladies have everything set up and so well organized, we made individual chocolates and decorated our own Easter eggs whilst learning a bit about chocolate in the process.

Winnall Moors Nature Reserve

Winchester 7.1 mi away
#20 of 61 things to do in Winchester
A Sunday afternoon's stroll around this quiet and beautiful spot, a hidden gem of green, gorgeous and surprisingly expansive naturalness at the heart of our historic city, is marred only by the insalubrious implic...
It's a lovely walk that takes you round in a circle.

Bishop's Waltham Palace

Bishop's Waltham 7.1 mi away
#2 of 4 things to do in Bishop's Waltham
This is an English Heritage site and has some free standing self guided information.

Winchester Cathedral

Winchester 7.3 mi away
#4 of 61 things to do 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...
Like all historical places Winchester cathedral is up there , set in wonderful grounds and situated in a fabulous area , and being pram and kid friendly , very safe for the little one to run around, Worth a visit .
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Wolvesey Castle

Winchester 7.0 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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Itchen Way

Winchester 7.0 mi away
#15 of 61 things to do in Winchester
For the best route, follow signs to the water meadows and walk along the river to St Cross Hospital, then walk over Five Bridges Road to join up with the Itchen Navigation trail.
... going for wheelchairs as well as pushchairs...we saw a few ducks and a swan on our wander...it is hard to imagine this beautiful peaceful walk is minutes away from the busy high street....visited 30th Sept 2017.

Statue of Alfred the Great

Winchester 7.0 mi away
#13 of 61 things to do in Winchester
If you have a decent camera and lens go to the roof of the Westgate museum and you can get some great shots of the entire length of the High Street with Alfred' statue at the end of the shot.
Near to Abbey gardens, the Guildhall and Cathedral so easy to take in as part of any visit.

Alre Valley Trail

Alresford 3.4 mi away
#3 of 8 things to do in Alresford
This is a lovely walk alongside the river which was clear, sparkling and full of rainbow trout.
lovely walk along a clear chalk stream river.very

Marwell Activity Centre

Winchester 6.7 mi away
#61 of 61 things to do in Winchester
Stayed for a week in February, 4 Adults, 3 Children, Lancaster lodge is very spacious for two family’s, We stayed to visit Peppa pig world but the area has a lot to offer, Marwell Zoo is just around the corner and...
Overall a great family day out and we will definitely return

Winchester Buttercross

Winchester 7.3 mi away
#14 of 61 things to do in Winchester
The Buttercross stands in a corner of Winchester High Street and dates back to the 15th Century, it is surrounded by wonderful old buildings and all manor of interesting shops.
It was named “Buttercross” probably because butter and other dairy products were sold from the steps of the cross to the citizens of Winchester - it was a medieval tradition.