Plan Your Visit
Whether you are planning a short break or just a day trip, the Hampshire visitor information section is designed to help you make the most of your stay, from travel to tourist information centres, dog-friendly beaches and ideas on how to reduce your carbon footprint.
You might also wish to trace your family history at our superb record offices.
Use the scroll box below and click on the titles to find out more.
If you are planning to visit Hampshire then we definitely recommend you grab a copy of one of our handy brochures and guides.
If you would like more information on things to do and whats on, you will find information on a huge variety of attractions, events and activities such as a guide to our farmers markets, museums, golf courses and gardens as well as our many fishing, walking and horse riding locations.
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, theres plenty of recommendations in there too.
Last but not least, you will also get the latest travel and parking information.
In this section
Find out useful information about things to do for group visits to Hampshire.
This is where you can create and edit your own itinerary.
Bringing your dog on holiday is an important consideration, so here are some suggestions for days out in Hampshire with your four-legged friend.
Follow your ancestors to Hampshire. . . walk in their footsteps, find out where they lived and died, and what they did for a living.
Hampshire Travel Information
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.