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Two Hoots Campsite, Sutton Wood Lane, Bighton, Alresford, Hampshire, SO24 9SG
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An indoor museum set up like a small town undercover, so good on a wet day.
Churchill Way West, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG21 6YR. (17 miles)
www3.hants.gov.uk/milestones Tel: 01256 477 766
Holt Pound, Farnham, Hampshire, GU10 4LD. (19 miles)
www.birdworld.co.uk Tel: 01420 22140
Amateurs and experts alike will stand and marvel at this World Heritage site. Despite the ravages of time and centuries of neglect, the stone circles still have the power to impress, and to set the mind to wonder.
Hot Air Balloon Flights
There is a great deal to see and do in the area. Two Hoots Campsite makes a good base for walkers and cyclists, with many tracks and walks nearby to suit all abilities. For those wishing to venture a little further there are many attractions only a short drive away, from country parks to tank driving. We have listed many local attractions below and on the Activities page. See also the Amenities and Services pages for more local information.
The Railway Station, Station Road, Alresford, Hampshire, SO24 9JG.
Ropley Station is 15 mins walk from our camp site. This is a steam railway line that runs from Alresford to Alton through 10 miles of beautiful Hampshire countryside. They hold special events here, foot plate rides and War On The Line day, sometime in June.
www.watercressline.co.uk Tel: 01962 733 810
Photo by David Allsop
Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium (formerly Intech)
Telegraph Way, Morn Hill, Winchester, Hampshire SO21 1HZ.
The south of England’s hands-
www.winchestersciencecentre.org Tel: 01962 863791 www.youtube.com/VisitWinchester
The Hawk Conservancy Trust
Sarson Lane, Weyhill, Andover, Hants, SP11 8DY.
A conservation charity and award-
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Colden Common, Winchester, Hampshire, SO21 1JH.
Marwell Wildlife is a charity dedicated to the conservation of biodiversity and other natural resources. See a wide selection of animals including anteaters, meerkats, tigers, penguins, snow leopards… too many to list here. A visit to Marwell is not just an opportunity to see remarkable wildlife but a chance to contribute to the survival of many endangered species.
www.marwell.org.uk Tel: 01962 777 407
Amur Tiger © Marwell Wildlife
Winchester is a beautiful city, the ancient capital of Wessex. There is much to do here including visits to the theatre, arts centre, cinema, cathedral, museums and exhibitions, places of worship, parks and gardens, walks, and of course the Great Hall and Round Table.
Maps to download from the Visit Winchester map page
Winchester Cathedral. www.winchester-
Amesbury pages on the Visit Wiltshire website
Breamore Countryside Museum.
Breamore, Hampshire, SP6 2DF. Tel: 01705 512 468.
Charles Dickens Birthplace Museum
393 Old Commercial Road, Portsmouth, Hampshire, PO1 4QL. Tel: 023 9282 7261. www.charlesdickensbirthplace.co.uk
Defence of the Realm
A collection of over 30 castles, museums, great ships and stately homes in and around Hampshire. www.defenceoftherealm.co.uk
Exbury Gardens and Steam Railway
Exbury Estate Office, Exbury Hampshire, SO45 1AZ. Tel: 023 8089 1203. www.exbury.co.uk
Basingstoke. Over 200 shops, 30 restaurants, cafes, bars, a multi-
Plenty of parking, just off J6 of the M3. Tel: 01256 360 133. www.festivalplace.co.uk
Portsmouth. Over 90 designer outlets, 30 bars, restaurants and coffee shops, health and fitness centre, 14 screen Vue cinema, 26 lane Bowlplex and dancing at Tiger Tiger.
Gunwharf Quays Management Ltd, Centre Management Offices, Gunwharf Quays, Portsmouth, Hampshire, PO1 3TZ.
Tel: 023 9283 6700 . www.gunwharf-
Itchen Valley Country Park
Allington Lane, West End, Southampton, SO30 3HQ.
440 acres of countryside to explore! Walking trails, cycle routes, children’s activities and play areas, shop and cafe. Part of the forest trail is suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs. Dogs welcome. . Tel: 023 8046 6091. www.eastleigh.gov.uk/ivcp
Jane Austen’s House
Chawton, Alton. Hampshire, GU34 1SD. Tel: 01962 857 225.
Albert Road, Southsea, Portsmouth, Hampshire, PO5 2QJ. Tel: 023 9282 8282. www.kingsportsmouth.co.uk
Manor Farm and Museum
Manor Farm Country Park, Pylands Lane, Bursledon, Southampton, Hampshire, SO31 1BH. Tel: 01489 787 055.
Museum of Army Flying
Middle Wallop, Stockbridge, Hampshire, SO20 8DY. Tel: 01264 784 421. Email: enquiries@flying-
National Motor Museum
Beaulieu in the New Forest, and the 18th Century village of Bucklers Hard. www.beaulieu.co.uk
William the Conqueror’s Royal Forest and hunting ground.
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard
Visitor Centre, Victory Gate, HM Naval Base, Portsmouth, Hampshire, PO1 3LJ. Tel: 023 9283 9766. www.historicdockyard.co.uk
Queen Elizabeth Country Park
If you feel like a walk in the countryside with paths and a cup of tea afterwards try the Queen Elizabeth Country Park,
Gravel Hill, Horndean, Hampshire, PO8 0QE. Tel: 023 9259 5040. www3.hants.gov.uk/qecp
Rural Life Museum
Old Kiln Museum, Tilford, Farnham, Surrey, GU10 2DL. Tel: 01252 795 571. www.rural-
Gunwharf Quays, Portsmouth, Hampshire, PO1 3TT. Tel: 023 9285 7520. www.spinnakertower.co.uk
Thruxton Race Circuit
and Motorsport Centre. www.thruxtonracing.co.uk
Theatre and Cathedral. www.visitwiltshire.co.uk/explore/salisbury-
Staunton County Park
Middle Park Way, Havant, Hampshire, PO9 5HB. Tel: 023 9245 3405
Weald and Downland Open Air Museum
Town Lane, Singleton, Chichester, Sussex, PO18 0EU. Tel: 01243 811 363. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.wealddown.co.uk
Whitchurch Silk Mill
Longstock Water Gardens.
A delightful water garden renowned by horticulturalists . The 2½ acres of lakes are fed by the River Test, and are accessible by grassland paths. It’s open to the public on behalf of charities on first and third Sunday of the month, from April to September inclusive from 2pm -
Tel: 01264 810 904 www.longstockpark.co.uk
Old Winchester Hill National Nature Reserve.
Easy Access Trail. Distance ¾ mile, hardened paths. This National Nature Reserve includes an Iron Age fort which occupies a commanding position overlooking the Meon Valley. Picnic area with bench seats and excellent views across to the Isle of Wight. There is an easy access trail and dedicated car park.
Location: Near Warnford. Car park sign-
Butser Hill is the highest point on the South Downs, overlooking the town of Petersfield, and is the natural heart of the South Downs National Park.
Links to many more attractions in the region…
The website "Hampshires top attractions" has details of many more things to do in the area and sometimes has 2-
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