Things To Do In Hampshire This Weekend | 4 June 2021

Things to do in Hampshire This Weekend 4 June 2021 features five wonderful looking events or things to eat, drink or do across the county.

With the weather set to be GLORIOUS, it’s time to shed the lounge wear and bare those lily white legs to the world!

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Things to do in Hampshire 4 June 2021

Well hello there, I heard you’re looking for something exciting to do this weekend?

You are? OH GOOD, here’s five Things To Do In Hampshire 4 June 2021…

1. Netley & Hamble Makers Market

From 10am-2pm Sunday 6 June

Remember pub crawls? I know, it’s been a while. Well this is a market crawl, same concept, only a beautiful little walk with stops along the way sharing local creators. Cute or what, and no hangover, unless you decide to stop off at the pubs in Hamble along the way. I wouldn’t blame you if you did!

Use the interactive map to find your way around.

2. Dogstival in Burley Park, the New Forest

From 9.30am-5.30pm on 5 and 6 June

Do ya like Dawgs? Name that film!

There’s still tickets available for this four-legged friend extravaganza. And, it’s rising popular is all down to our fluffy friends being the star of the show. There’s so many activities from dog shows to displays to market stalls, live music and more.

3. Romsey and Petersfield Farmer’s Market

From 10am-2pm on 6 June

These markets are fantastic at sourcing lovely local produce for a glorious foodie weekend. There’s something so wholesome at being able to do a little local shop and enjoy it across a lazy weekend.

4. City Highlights Walking Tour of Winchester

From 11am-12.30pm Saturday 5 June – other dates are available but are selling out fast

Tickets: £6.50, Children under 16 free

Winchester Visitor Information Centre has restarted its guided tours of the city. I can’t think of a better way to find out all the hidden history of the city.

5. Commemorate D-Day’s 77th Anniversary at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard

On Sunday 6 June the Portsmouth Property Trust, Mary Rose Museum, National Museum of the Royal Navy and Portsmouth Historic Dockyard are hosting live music, model boat displays, historic boat rides and more to commemorate D-Day.

Find out everything you need to know on the Facebook Event.

This is one of the perks of having an annual ticket, this is included as an added extra (there some additional on the day optional paid activities). An Ultimate Explorer ticket to the dockyard is an annual ticket and you can return as many times as you like – great value for money.

There’s also lots of new things to explore like the brand new HMS Victory Gallery and under hull walkway. Both offer two very unique ways to experience HMS Victory, the nation’s flagship.

This Weekend in Hampshire

Enjoy the end of half term and what’s shaping up to be a sunny weekend!

Has Things To Do In Hampshire 4 June 2021 inspired you to head out and about this weekend? Let me know in the comments below!

If you liked this post, keep an eye on my Instagram account as I try and share new places I’ve explored fairly regularly. Keep an eye out for more suggestions with a different focus in next week’s post.

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Please check all of the suggestions as restrictions change and local businesses frequently adapt hours and offerings or switch between being temporarily closed.

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