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#1 of 1 Museums in Eastleigh
Had a perfect coffee in the museum and met some lovely people.
a lovely museum with knowledgeable staff
Solent Sky Museum Southampton 8.4 km away
#1 of 11 Museums in Southampton
Having visited various aviation museums across the globe, over the years from New Zealand to Norway, Europe and beyond, this smaller museum, packs a punch!
A nice little aeronautical museum with some quality exhibits, somewhat jumbled together but that is often the nature of aircraft museums.
Southampton City Art Gallery Southampton 7.7 km away
#4 of 11 Museums in Southampton
Worth a visit and close to other museums.
The gallery is part of a museum and library complex which also has the historical museum within a short walk.
SeaCity Museum Southampton 7.8 km away
#5 of 11 Museums in Southampton
The museum is nicely laid out with a range of exhibits and a really nice feel that you can just stroll around and take in things in your own time, unlike some museums I've been to before that guide you around in a...
Three great museums (specially The Titanic museum) in one place, must be worth visiting .
Tudor House and Garden Southampton 8.7 km away
#3 of 11 Museums in Southampton
Throughly recommend the vist and support the scheme to keep as many museums or historical houses like this open to future generations.
Across the road is the 12th century St Michael’s church which has a massive spire; the house where Henry V staying before Agincourt and the Woolpack museum from which the town earned its wealth in medieval times.
The Royal Green Jackets (Rifles) Museum Winchester 10.7 km away
#1 of 13 Museums in Winchester
This excellent museum is located at the old Peninsular barracks and benefits from having other museums on site, available for eleven pounds, or just five pounds for the Rifles museum.
We decided to do the rounds of Military Museums in the Winchester area and came across the The Royal Green Jackets (Rifles) Museum.
#1 of 1 Museums in Bursledon
Museums of our industrial heritage are wonderful and this is a great one.
The museum is run by a fabulous team of volunteers who are very welcoming and happy to share there great knowledge of the brickworks and its history .
The Gurkha Museum Winchester 10.8 km away
#2 of 13 Museums in Winchester
There are other military museums within the old barracks and so you can easily combine with others during the same visit
We have been in many great large museums and seen expensive displays.
Winchester City Museum Winchester 10.7 km away
#3 of 13 Museums in Winchester
As someone with a deep interest in social history, I have always enjoyed visiting small town museums.
Only a stones throw from the Wessex hotel this is one of the finest small museums I have ever seen.
Twyford Waterworks Twyford 6.2 km away
#1 of 1 Museums in Twyford
Westgate Museum Winchester 10.8 km away
#5 of 13 Museums in Winchester
A climb up one set of stairs to the museum and a second set up to the roof which is worth it as the view is amazing, with helpful information to visitors explaining the history and landmarks.
This charming little museum sits atop the Medieval West Gate of the city and has a good view all the way down the High Street towards St Giles Hill at the other end of the city.
#4 of 13 Museums in Winchester
Having previously been to the natural history and science museums in London I was prepared for it to be busy so turned up just before it opened.
As a family with 2 kids we often do museums in a couple of hours and that's it.
Winchester’s Military Museums Winchester 10.6 km away
#6 of 13 Museums in Winchester
Winchester’s Military Museums is a grouping of five military museums situated within yards of each other on an historic site of the Peninsula Barracks, close to the city centre and adjacent to the Great Hall.
The museums are contained within the immaculate buildings and gardens of the Peninsular Barracks; they are either free or very reasonably priced to enter and are a fascinating and - at times - profoundly moving ex...