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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
 
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard: All Attraction Ticket
"Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is a great day out for all! Offering a unique experience which spans 800 years of British Naval history and situated within a working Naval Base the Historic Dockyard is the only place in the world to see the Royal Navy past present and future - a must see for anyone visiting the South of England.The annual ALL-ATTRACTION TICKET includes entry to: • The new Mary Rose Museum: which launched in 2013. This brand new state-of-the-art museum is home to the remains of Henry VIII’s flagship and an extraordinary collection of artifacts recovered from the sea after 400 years.• HMS Warrior 1860: the world’s first iron-hulled armored warship launched in 1860 and never fired a shot in anger yet changed naval warfare forever.• HMS Victory: the world’s oldest commissioned warship
From GBP26.00
 
Emirates Spinnaker Tower Portsmouth Family Entrance Ticket
"Take a high speed lift to view deck one 100 metres above sea level and experience the wow of the stunning 350 panoramic view over the Solent and beyond. Explore over 1700 years of history and the secrets of the view with audio guides and interactive touch screens available in multiple languages.Venture across the amazing glass Sky Walk high above the harbour - if you dare! Then take to the helm of our rib boat simulator and race your friends and family.Next head up to the Café in the Clouds 105 metres above the Harbour and relax with a coffee and cake whilst enjoying the breathtaking scenery. Finally climb to the highest open air viewing level and experience the refreshing sea breeze in your hair!Back on ground level
From GBP33.00

More Nightlife in Winchester

The Black Boy

Small town nightlife is ALL about a few pleasant pints in a succession of taverns. The tendency to rowdy boozing that is overshadowing tradition is but a passing phase, a flux of london that has been...
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Aug 28, 2006

The back room, The Railway Inn

Monday nights at the Railway Inn, or "roots nite" has a lovely relaxed pub atmosphere with a clientele of mainly students and young people. THere is an open microphone and everyone is welcome to pull...
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Aug 28, 2006

Bishop on the Bridge

The Bishop on the Bridge used to be the Old Monk, but it was sold to a new group of people who really renovated the pub. Now you can sit on leather couches or eat by candlelight. The best feature...
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Jan 21, 2004

Westgate Hotel Pub

I probably couldn't really recommend the Westgate on their drinks and atmosphere, but their live music is not to be missed. We watched the band, Swamp Things, there twice. They are a bluesy-rockabilly...
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Jan 21, 2004

St. James Pub

To get to the St. James, we almost just had to fall out of our front door. While not the best pub in Winchester, it has its good qualities and we certainly took advantage of them!The clientele is a...
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Jan 21, 2004

Black Boy Pub

My favorite pub in Winchester, the Black Boy, is an ecclectic mix of traditional English pub-style and strange collections of various objects. On one ceiling hangs various keys and another is covered...
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Jan 21, 2004
 
 
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Top Things to Do in Winchester

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Winchester 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 - Round Table

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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Wolvesey Castle - Old Bishop's Palace

This is the remains of a fortified palace,which was the home of the Bishops of Winchester for over 1000 years.The original approach to the palace was through a gate in the city wall,this led into a...
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Westgate - City Gate

At the top of High Street is the medieval gateway Westgate in grey stone, this is one of two to survive time. ( Kingsgate is the other ) Built in the 12th century. Been a gaol , today part is a...
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River Itchen - Riverside Walks

The Weirs Walk is an easy ramble alongside the city’s medieval wall and River Itchen and runs from the City Bridge to Wolvesey Palace. The walk is included in the excellent Winchester by Wheelchair...
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Winchester Cathedral Close

Part of the Cathedral Close, Cheyney Court was built in the mid-15th century. Adjoining St Swithun's Gate and what would have been the entrance to the demolished Abbey, it was the seat of the Bishop's...
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Top 5 Winchester Writers

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"Two English Yanks"
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"WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL - REMEMBER THE SONG?"
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"Ancient capital city of England."
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"History, history and more history."
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"Jane Austen's final resting place"
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