Romsey Visitor Information Centre
Tel: +44 01794 512987
Located in one of Romsey's oldest thoroughfares, Romsey Heritage Centre encompasses three buildings that contain 750 years of history.
Dating from the 13th Century, King John's House was once the main building in a major medieval complex. Visitors can see many early features, including the roof timbers, graffiti cut into the medieval plaster and a rare bone floor.
The Tudor cottage is a late Tudor/early Jacobean timber-framed house. The room on the upper floor has now been furnished to give a flavour of the period, while the lower room is Miss Moody's Tudor Tea Room.
The Victorian museum features aspects of Romsey life during the Victorian and Edwardian period. The 'old gunshop' has been reconstructed upstairs, using original fixtures, fittings and display items, while William Moody and his sister wait to greet you in the recreated parlour in the room behind.
The Tourist Information Centre has a wide range of information to help you enjoy your stay in Romsey and its surrounds. The staff will be pleased to help you plan your visit and provide advice on places to stay and eat, attractions to vist, walks to walk and much more.
|Winter (1 Nov 2018 - 31 Mar 2019)|
|Monday - Saturday||10:00||- 16:00*|
|Summer (1 Apr 2019 - 31 Oct 2019)|
|Monday - Saturday||10:00||- 17:00*|
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