The South Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The South - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Salisbury 12

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Avebury 6

Isle of Wight 5

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Brading 1

Cowes 2

Ventnor 1

Lyme Regis 4

Corfe Castle 3

Wimborne Minster 3

Bournemouth 3

Lyndhurst 3

Sherborne 3

Southampton 3

Cerne Abbas 2

Beaulieu 2

Chawton 2

Abbotsbury 1

Weymouth 1

Stonehenge 1

Longleat House 1

Stourhead 1

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Museum/ Gallery 21

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City Mill

  • Industrial Site/Mill/Factory

Set over the River Itchen, this rare surviving example of an 18th-century urban water mill, complete with small island garden, is at...

City Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

This museum reflects Winchester's history from the Iron Age to the present through displays of Anglo-Saxon pottery, jewelry, and coins,...

Gurkha Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

This unique museum tells the story of the Gurkha brigade, whose Nepalese soldiers have fought alongside the British since the early 19th...

Highclere Castle

  • Building/Architectural Site

Set in 1,000 acres of parkland designed by Capability Brown, this is the historic home of the actual earls of Carnarvon—as opposed...

King's Gate

  • Historic District/Site

One of two surviving gateways in the city's original ancient walls, this structure to the south of the Close is thought to date back...

The Great Hall

  • Historic District/Site

A short walk west of the cathedral, this outstanding example of early English gothic architecture, and one of Britain's finest surviving...

Watercress Line

  • Scenic Drive/Tour

Alresford, 8 miles northeast of Winchester by A31 and B3046, is the starting point of the Watercress Line, a 10-mile-long railroad reserved...

Westgate

  • Building/Architectural Site

This atmospheric fortified medieval gateway, with a stunning Tudor ceiling, was a debtor's prison for 150 years and now holds a motley...

Winchester Cathedral

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The imposing Norman exterior of the city's greatest monument, begun in 1079 and consecrated in 1093, makes the Gothic lightness within...

Winchester College

  • Educational Institution

This prestigious "public" (meaning private) school—the oldest continuously run one in the country, with several buildings still in...

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