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Winchester is a city and the county town of Hampshire, England. The city lies at the heart of the wider City of Winchester, a local government district, and is located at the western end of the South Downs National Park, along the course of the River Itchen. It is situated 61 miles south-west of London and 13.6 miles from Southampton, its closest city. At the time of the 2011 Census, Winchester had a population of 45,184.

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City Mill

The oldest working watermill in the country dates back to the Saxon times. Come here to learn more about milling.
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Marwell Zoo

Thompsons Lane, SO21 1JH, Winchester
Marwell Zoo is a 140-acre zoo situated at Owslebury near Winchester, in the English county of Hampshire. It is owned and run by the registered charity Marwell Wildlife. The zoo is home to over 1,200 animals of 135 species. The charity undertakes a range of educational and conservation activities, with a particular focus on Africa in addition to work from its base.
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Fort Nelson

Portsdown Hill Road, PO17 6AN, Fareham
This article is about Fort Nelson near Fareham, England. For other places with a similar name, see Fort Nelson.Fort Nelson, in the civil parish of Boarhunt in the English county of Hampshire, is one of five defensive forts built on the summit of Portsdown Hill in the 1860s, overlooking the important naval base of Portsmouth. It is now part of the Royal Armouries, housing their collection of artillery, and a Grade I Listed Building.
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The Gurkha Museum

Peninsula Barracks, Romsey Rd, Winchester SO23 8TS, UK
The Gurkha Museum commemorates the service of Gurkha soldiers to the British Crown, a relationship that has endured since 1815. It is located in Winchester in Hampshire, England and is part of Winchester's Military Museums.
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Royal Green Jackets Museum

Peninsula Barracks, Romsey Rd, Winchester SO23 8TS, UK
The Royal Green Jackets Museum is situated at Peninsula Barracks in Winchester, England. The museum is one of several regimental museums that form part of Winchester's Military Museums.
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Winchester Castle

Winchester Castle is a medieval building in Hampshire, England. It was founded in 1067. Only the Great Hall still stands; it houses a museum of the history of Winchester.
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The Grange at Northington

The Grange is a 19th-century country house-mansion and English landscape park near Northington in Hampshire, England. It is currently owned by the Ashburton family. English Heritage have a guardianship deed on the scheduled monument and Grade I listed building, with the gardens and monument's exterior open to the public. The house and gardens are also available to rent for parties and weddings. The Grange Park Opera company has staged opera at The Grange every Summer from 1998- to 2016. From June 2017 The Grange Festival will become the new resident opera company.
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Winchester Cathedral

9 The Close, SO23 9LS Winchester, UK
Founded in 642, this magnificent Gothic sight is one of the largest cathedrals in Europe.
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Bishop's Waltham Palace

Bishop's Waltham Palace is a moated Bishop's Palace ruin in Bishop's Waltham, Hampshire, England. It is a scheduled ancient monument and a Grade II* listed building
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Hinton Ampner

SO24 0LA, Alresford
Hinton Ampner House is a stately home with gardens within the civil parish of Bramdean and Hinton Ampner, near Alresford, Hampshire, England. The house and garden are owned by the National Trust and are open to the public.
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Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium

Telegraph Way, SO21 1HZ, Winchester, GB
Winchester Science Centre is a hands-on, interactive, science and technology centre located in Morn Hill, just outside the city of Winchester in Hampshire, England. Opened in 2002 after major grants from amongst others the Millennium Commission, IBM, SEEDA and Hampshire County Council it replaced an existing facility in a more functional building in Winchester.The centre houses over 100 activities, all of which link in with the National Curriculum for schools. During term time it is used mainly by local schools and days out, while at week ends and holidays it attracts a wider audience. The dome is now a state-of-the-art digital planetarium seating 176.
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Fort Southwick

Fort Southwick is one of the forts found on Portsdown Hill, which overlooks the naval base of Portsmouth in the county of Hampshire, England. It is the highest fort on the hill, and holds the water storage tanks for the other forts, supplying them via a brick lined aqueduct. Construction was started in 1861 and completed by 1870. It was designed to house a large complement of men in a crescent-shaped barrack block. Its north projection has one full caponier to defend the dry ditch, and has two smaller demi-caponiers at the corners. A small musketry gallery crosses the ditch at the south-west angle to cover a minor branch of the ditch. Mortar batteries of five mortars each can be found set into the rampart behind the demi-caponiers. In 1893 the fort was armed with a total of 23 guns:
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Hotels

B+B Bar+Bistro

The Square, PO17 5JG, Wickham

Giffard House Hotel

50 Christchurch Road, SO23 9SU, Winchester, GB

New Place

High Street, SO32 2JY, Southampton, GB

The Black Hole

1 Wharf Hill

Premier Inn

Winnal Manor Road, SO23 0RS, Winchester

The Solent Hotel

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Upland Park Hotel

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