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Salisbury Museum Entry Ticket
"The Salisbury Museum is based in the King's House a medieval grade I listed building opposite of Salisbury Cathedral. The museum's displays include nationally important archaeology from Stonehenge fine art including watercolours by JMW Turner and impressive local history.In the stunning new Wessex Gallery of archaeology you can discover 500000 years of history. Exhibits include the famous Amesbury Archer and the Pitt-Rivers Wessex collection of archaeology. The other galleries reveal the history of Salisbury through costume fine art everyday objects and ceramics. The museum also has an exciting programme of temporary exhibitions - for example later this year John Constable's Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows will be on display at the museum.The museum has a vibrant family often with family trails over the school holidays. The cafe (open 10am - 4pm Monday to Saturday) offers wonderful home baked meals with outdoor seating that has unrivaled views of Salisbury Cathedral."
From GBP8.00
 
New Forest Canoeing Tour on the Beaulieu River
"Arriving at Baileys Hard on the Beaulieu River you will be greeted by your expert guide. Once briefed you'll be kitted up with buoyancy aid and paddle (small ones available for littles ones).You'll head down to your stable Canadian Canoes where you'l not to be missed when visiting The New Forest Hampshire.""""2 hour guided Canoeing tour of the picturesque Beaulieu River in The New Forest Hampshire. In Stable Canadian Canoes you'll explore the River hidden creeks
From GBP32.00
 
Portsmouth Historic Dockyards and HMS Victory Tour from London
"This full-day tour from the London area takes you on a scenic drive to the historic naval dockyards of Portsmouth where you’ll see the famous ships that attract visitors from around the world.On your tour of several historic Royal Navy ships the highlight will undoubtedly be HMS Victory Nelson’s flagship during the famous Battle of Trafalgar. Learn what life was like for these brave sailors climb the decks and see where Nelson lived and died.Another highlight for many is the Mary Rose the flagship of King Henry VIII. This old ship sank on its maiden voyage just outside Portsmouth harbor wall. It was raised from the seabed in the 1980s and is now housed in a brand-new museum along with thousands of artifacts.Nearby we can also visit HMS Warrior
From GBP200.00

More Nightlife in Southampton

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The Giddy Bridge

The Giddy Bridge is a fine establishment in the Wetherspoon’s chain.It’s an excellent boozer for a pre and post St Mary’s stadium drink. The staff are friendly and efficient. There are plenty of them,...
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The Rover

We used to descend on The Rover on a match day, as it was just a short walk up to The Dell. The landlord was a great bloke, an Evertonian.One season, as we were travelling down, one of the lads...
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Harbour Lights Picturehouse

This is my favourite cinema in Southampton. It has a beautiful location, overlooking the marina, and It specializes in arthouse cinema and foreign language films. Right now, for example, it is...
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Ikon/Diva

This is southamptons largest nightclub, comprising of 2 parts- Ikon and diva, which have separate entrances but which are also joined by internal doors. music varies but in general the harder house...
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The Brook and other live music places

This is one of the best music venues in the Southampton and around. It is located in Portswood. Most of the bands are tribute and what I like about it is the atmosphere and sound quality. Expect to...
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Guildhall

This could have been put under the 'warnings and dangers' title. While they do get some big names here (not very often it has to be said) this venue is quite poor and I'd think twice about seeing a...
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Nexus

When I was a student in Southampton (99/00), the Nexus used to have a goth/metal night. There was one room with sofas and tables where you could sit, chat and have a drink from the bar, where the...
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The Hobbitt

Cavernous pub just up the road from Jesters ,serves terrible beer but has a late licence and is a rabbitt warren of bad behavior. The upstairs bar is a standard pretty dingy pub but if you make it...
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Walkabout Bar - Southampton

On a Friday night, it a good place to go for a few beers with friends. Last time I went there (Jan 2004) there was 2-4-1 Drinks promotion, and we had a great night! They have a dance floor (if you're...
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The Rhino

Yeah i know this is Southampton but this place almost makes it worth it. Thrusday night they play a mixture of cheesy seventies and decent funk and soul music to a mixed crowd of fancy dress students...
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Clowns/Jesters

If you suffer the misfortune of actually being in Southampton you can always check out Clowns wine bar which has a small club underneath. This is a favoured haunt of the university rugby team and...
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Things to Do Near Southampton

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King's Square

King’s Square is a triangular square, partly built on the spot of a former cemetery. On an elevated piece at the southeastern side of the square, you can still see some of the former tombstones. It...
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Salisbury Museum

In The Close opposite Salisbury Cathedral is The King’s House, home of Salisbury Museum. If I’m being completely honest, much of the stuff on display in this 15thc building didn’t excite me too...
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Cathedral

A place of worship for 900 years,Winchester cathedral is a imposing building a treasure.It has the longest medieval nave in Europe. The tombs of Jane Austen and Izaak Walton.,and early Englis h kings....
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Great Hall

The Great Hall is from the 13th century ,and all that remains of Winchester Castle. The Hall houses the greatest symbol of medieval mythology , King Arthurs Round Table. The table hangs on the end...
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Spinnaker Tower

This seems to be something that locals either love or hate, a case on which the jury is still split, but it certainly is eye-catching. The Spinnaker Tower was conceived as the centrepiece of the...
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Long John Eater

The staff are very good and will go out their way to assist you, there's also a varied menu. Situated at the bottom of a steep hill, there's plenty of room upstairs and down, the view over the bay is...
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