Plan Your Visit To Hampshire
Are you looking for somewhere new to take groups? Are you a tour operator seeking 'something different' for your itineraries? Then look no further than a visit to Hampshire.
Hampshire sits tucked away to the very south of England, bordered by Dorset, Wiltshire and Sussex.
The county offers its visitors miles of idyllic countryside, with two national parks – the New Forest and South Downs, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and superb coastline to explore.
It also benefits from excellent transport links including easy access to the motorway and main line train stations.
Hampshire’s group-friendly attractions cater for a range of ages and tastes.
Step back in time at award-winning Beaulieu National Motor Museum, explore the county’s naval heritage at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard or learn about the region’s literary past at Jane Austen’s House Museum.
The author spent much of her life in the county, writing some of her best known novels at her former home, now an intimate museum.
There is no shortage of choice for group-friendly accommodation or group-friendly dining in Hampshire.
Whether your groups would prefer the urban feel of medieval Winchester and the maritime cities of Portsmouth and Southampton, or the quieter rural setting of the New Forest, there are a great selection of hotels located across the county, perfectly suited to a range or tastes and budgets.
Hampshire Group Guide 2015
We have put together a selection of top attractions, accommodation providers and eateries from across the county, to help you plan your visit to the region. Our comprehensive guide also includes information on what's new for 2015, events, Tourist Information Centres, Hampshire film locations and much more! Download a version of our guide online.
Anyone wishing to order a hard copy of this document, can contact us via email.
We will also be happy to respond to any group travel queries you might have.
As well as our Group Guide, you will find useful pages on our website, to help with planning a visit to the area.
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Royalty-free Hampshire images are available to download on the main Hampshire County Council website.
If you are planning to visit Hampshire then we definitely recommend you browse our range of destination brochures and guides.
If you would like more information on things to do and what's on, you will find information on a huge variety of attractions, events and activities such as Hampshire Farmers' Markets, museums, golf courses and gardens as well as our many fishing, walking and horse riding locations.
Want to know more about the best places for food and drink? Here you will see a breakdown of the best restaurants and pubs.
If you are an explorer and would like to find out more information on different places to visit in Hampshire, as well as information on our many towns and villages, there's plenty of recommendations in there too.
Last but not least, you will also get the latest travel and parking information.
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This is where you can create and edit your own itinerary.
Tourist Information Centres are there to help you make the most of your visit to the area. Staff can offer suggestions for days out, check availability at inspected accommodation and book you a room.
Discover the best group-friendly dining options in Hampshire
Hampshire Travel Information
Find out useful information about things to do for group visits to Hampshire.
Bringing your dog on holiday is an important consideration, so here are some suggestions for days out in Hampshire with your four-legged friend.
Whether you’re new to the festival scene or you’re a seasoned festival goer who enjoys the alfresco lifestyle Hampshire has festivals suitable for family fun or partying all night with your friends.
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Find out about group-friendly accommodation in Hampshire. From the New Forest to Petersfield, there's plenty of choice for anyone planning a visit to the county.
Follow your ancestors to Hampshire. . . walk in their footsteps, find out where they lived and died, and what they did for a living.