Winchester Discovery Centre and Library is an excellent Hampshire resource and one to put on your travel map. Why? The Gallery gets incredible national exhibitions and art shows that are well worth stopping by.
Recently they’ve had exhibitions from famous storyteller and illustrator Raymond Briggs, Bafta winning artist Jonny Hannah and international photographer Paul Joyce.
This is a great gem to keep an eye on as there’s usually something really interesting to go and see.
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Winchester City Museum curates the vast history of the city, once the capital of the UK. From Roman mosaics to Saxon and Victorian history, you’ll find out the key and varied events in Winchester’s history.
Great to add in to a morning or afternoon pottering around the city, take a look…
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St. Giles Hill offers breath-taking views of Winchester, literally and figuratively. The climb to the top is steep, it’s a lot of stairs but, totally worth it because of THAT view!
Tie this into a wider walk and you’ll see the city like never before, you’ll find everything you need to know in this post.
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The Westgate Museum in Winchester serves up glorious views and a slice of history. It’s small but leaves a big impact and is a great way to see a different side of the city.
Enter through the hidden side door and climb up the stone staircase for all to be revealed!
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Winchester’s Military Quarter is home to six military museums. BUT, I’d argue the real draw here is the beautifully romantic landscaped setting.
Looking for a hidden garden right off the high street? This is for you.
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AD Have you ever tried authentic Malaysian food? Lucky Lychee is serving up incredible Malay, Thai and Chinese food in the heart of Winchester.
Chefs Nicole and James are the couple that form the dynamic Lucky Lychee duo. Nicole is from Kuala Lumpur and James previously worked there and together they’ve brought authentic Malaysian recipes to Hampshire.
Bao Buns, Sweet and Sour and Malaysian curries packed full of flavour, with the odd fusion dish adding a surprise twist and reinvention to classic dishes. Find out why this needs to be the next place you visit in Winchester…
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Winchester Walking Tours are a brilliant way to discover more about the city. Even if you’re a regular long term visitor, like me, it’s nice to know some of the history and stories behind the things you regularly pass by. It also showed me a couple of streets and things I never knew existed!
Here’s more details and why it’s a lovely activity to do…
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Original Fry Up Material is a touring food truck bringing epic food to villages across Hampshire. Put your best Janice from Friends voice on because OH-MY-GOD the burgers are incredible.
Here’s why you need to stop by the OFM Food truck…
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Where to get breakfast in Hampshire is a carefully curated list of my favourite places across the county.
I believe a long lazy breakfast or brunch is one of life’s greatest riches, so here I share my favourite places to go, recommendations for your next morning out.
Having a handy list of great restaurants and cafes to go to for a good start to the day is always useful so, that’s why I’ve put together my guide to the best breakfasts in Hampshire.
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Josie’s offers all day breakfast at its cafes in Bishop’s Waltham, Winchester, Petersfield and Romsey.
These family run independent coffee shops across Hampshire are a firm favourite with the local brunch crowd.
Well known for it’s large fully loaded pancake stacks and excellent market town locations Josie’s is the kind of place you’ll queue for (and, trust me, every weekend people do!).
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