Map of Hampshire
Bordered by Dorset, Wiltshire, Berkshire, Surrey and West Sussex, Hampshire is ideally located in the south east of England and is the gateway to the Isle of Wight.
Its excellent transport links makes it an easy getaway from London and the home counties for a day visit, as well as an ideal destination for a longer stay with hundreds of attractions to explore, varied landscape and two national parks.
Local maps are available from our tourist information centres and in our visitor guides.
Our destination maps page features PDF map downloads including car parking and shopping maps.
You can also purchase maps and guides from our online shop.
See our places to visit pages for information on Winchester, Portsmouth, Southampton, the New Forest, the Solent, Hampshire South Downs and our other key destinations in Hampshire.
If you are planning to visit Hampshire then we definitely recommend you read a copy of one of our handy 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 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, there is plenty of recommendations too.
Last but not least, you will also get the latest travel and parking information.
Whats On in Hampshire
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.
Hampshire offers a wide choice of quality assured hotels, bed and breakfast, guest houses, self catering accommodation and camping & caravans.
Hampshire has it all, from attractive coastline and beautiful countryside to the varied attractions of Portsmouth, the New Forest and Winchester.
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