Attractions near Winchester
Winchester City Mill & Shop (< 1 Mile)*
Positioned over the River Itchen the mill was rebuilt in 1744 using materials dating back to the 15th century. There is a delightful island garden and an impressive millrace and restored waterwheel.
Winchester Cathedral (< 1 Mile)*
Winchester Cathedral has its origins in the 7th century when a Christian Church was first built on this site. Since then the Cathedral has played a fundamental part in the life of this ancient City and a role in the history of our nation.
Marwell Wildlife (5 Miles)*
Marwell Wildlife is a registered charity dedicated to the conservation of wildlife and natural habitats both locally and internationally.
Eastleigh Museum (7 Miles)*
Take a tour through Eastleigh's past and discover what life was like in the 1930s with our recreation of a local engine driver's family home.
Hinton Ampner Garden (7 Miles)*
Hinton Ampner is one of the great gardens of the 20th-century. It is a masterpiece of design by Ralph Dutton, 8th and last Lord Sherborne, uniting a formal layout with varied and informal plantings in pastel shades.
Eastleigh Lakeside Steam Railway (7 Miles)*
Eastleigh Lakeside Railway started running in the summer of 1992 on a short and temporary track at Lakeside Country Park. The park is owned by Eastleigh Borough Council and the lakes were created from gravel workings when the M27 was built nearby.
Lakeside Country Park (8 Miles)*
Lakeside Country Park is 60 acres of lakes, wet meadow and woodland situated between Eastleigh and Southampton.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Winchester
Winchester (3 Miles)*
The cathedral city of Winchester is in Hampshire, bordering on the scenic South Downs.
Crawley (4 Miles)*
Eastleigh (6 Miles)*
The leafy town of Eastleigh lies between Southampton and Winchester on the River Itchen in Hampshire.
Kilmeston (7 Miles)*
Kings Somborne (7 Miles)*
King's Somborne is a pretty and peaceful village nestling in the Test Valley three miles to the south of Stockbridge in Hampshire. It is recorded in the Doomsday Book, where its name was Somborne Regis.
Horsebridge (8 Miles)*
Bishop's Waltham (8 Miles)*
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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