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In Southampton, Gosport and Portsmouth you'll find a wealth of literary, artistic and historical attractions and along the coastline there are nature reserves, country parks and activity centres.
Jane Austen is one of England’s most celebrated and greatest novelists and Hampshire played an important part in her life.
There are plenty of things to do in Hampshire to keep all the family happy. Enjoy a wide range of low cost days out at a number of Hampshire's top family attractions.
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Hampshire is scattered with beautiful country parks for all the family to enjoy. There is plenty to do in the wonderful open greenland and forests.
Hampshire has it all, from attractive coastline and beautiful countryside to the varied attractions of Portsmouth, the New Forest and Winchester.
An unspoilt cathedral city on the edge of the rolling South Downs, Winchester is England's ancient capital and former seat of King Alfred the Great.
Step back in time and discover the charm and natural beauty of this unique destination. The New Forest is England's newest National Park and was once a royal hunting ground for William the Conqueror.
Discover foodie days out ideas for all the family, from country pubs to feeding time at the zoo
From Iron Age hill forts to the futuristic Spinnaker Tower, Hampshire has a wide range of attractions and things to do for all ages and interests
Renound internationally for fly fishing, Test Valley's thatched cottages, picturesque villages and welcoming pubs add to the area's charm and there are attractions for all ages.
With its gentle walks, pretty villages and welcoming pubs, Hampshire’s countryside is a hidden gem for visitors
The sun is shining, the sky is blue and wonderful attractions are waiting for you. Take the plunge and enjoy our fine-weather days out in Hampshire.
Hayling Island holds two European Blue Flag awards for its beaches, and the New Forest is popular for its shoreline as well as its ponies.
2017 will mark the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s death, a number of events and activities such as special exhibitions, tours, talks, performances will be taking place across the county.