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  • 1 New Forest Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    GB - Ashurst BN44

    After razing 36 parishes near Winchester Castle to the ground, William the Conqueror had a royal forest devoted to hunting planted in the area. Heavy penalties were inflicted on whoever was found harming the trees or the deer. The Crown finally gave ..

  • 2 Bolderwood Ornamental Drive Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    GB - Ashurst BN44

    This splendid 19C drive features a large number of magnificent adult trees, particularly oak and beech. Paths lead off from the drive to observation platforms from which visitors can admire the stag in paddocks. Further on down the drive, the oak and..

  • 3 Rhinefield Ornamental Drive Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    GB - Ashurst BN44

    This majestic drive is lined with trees planted in 1859. Today they make up Britain's finest collections of adult conifers. Some of the Douglas firs and sequoias are over 50m tall.

  • 4 City Art Gallery Interesting

    Museums and art

    rd. Commercial GB - Southampton SO14 7LP

    The Art Gallery has a fine collection of modern art, including works by Spencer, Sutherland and Lowry.

  • 5 Maritime Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    Bucklers Hard GB - Southampton SO42 7XB

    The Wool House, a magnificently-restored, 14C stone warehouse is now the Maritime Museum, displaying models of boats and other exhibitions from the history of the great port.

  • 6 The medieval town Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Bugle Street GB - Southampton SO14 2AJ

    The impressive northern gate, Bargate was built c. 1180. Its large towers were added in around 1285 and the imposing north façade in the 15C. Note the 15C Catchcold Tower and the Arcade. At the top of Blue Anchor Lane, a large Tudor House dating from..

  • 7 St Michael's Church

    Religious buildings

    135 st. arys GB - Southampton SO14 1NX

    This is the oldest building in the medieval town, built soon after the Norman Conquest and enlarged throughout the Middle Ages and in the 19C. A distinctive feature of the church is the elegant 18C stone spire. Inside are extremely attractive black T..

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