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Enterprise Rent-A-Car Southampton Airport

Southampton International Airport, Southampton, SO18 2NL Southampton
Car Rental
023 8065 3700 023 8065 3700

Enterprise offer a wide range of affordable car and van rentals for exploring an area and driving to or from your...

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Enterprise Rent-A-Car Southampton Airport

Southampton International Airport, Southampton, SO18 2NL Southampton
Car Rental
023 8065 3700 023 8065 3700

Enterprise offer a wide range of affordable car and van rentals for exploring an area and driving to or from your destination. Southampton Airport is around 4.5 miles from the city of Southampton and is a bustling place that handles a large number of passengers. Car hire with Enterprise at Southampton International Airport is ideal for organising your trip, whether you've landed at the airport for business or leisure. 

You don't need to use public transport when you can drive in comfort and according to your own schedule. Getting to Southampton in your hire car will only take around 15 minutes. Furthermore, the M3 and M27 motorways are close to the airport, so you can drive further afield with ease. 

One way car hire is available so you can drop of your hire car at another branch and they will provide you with a lift to your destination, whether that be the airport, cruise terminal or home. 

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Enterprise Rent-A-Car Southampton Airport
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Southampton International Airport, Southampton, Hampshire, England, SO18 2NL, United Kingdom
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023 8065 3700
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Boundary Lakes Golf Course

Botley Road, Southampton, SO30 3XH Southampton
02382 020900 02382 020900

Boundary Lakes, the Ageas Bowl's picturesque 18-hole golf course, recently opened in July 2017.

The par-69 parkland...

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Boundary Lakes Golf Course

Botley Road, Southampton, SO30 3XH Southampton
02382 020900 02382 020900

Boundary Lakes, the Ageas Bowl's picturesque 18-hole golf course, recently opened in July 2017.

The par-69 parkland course, set against the iconic background of Hampshire Cricket's home, and complete with USGA standard greens and shimmering lakes, will provide a stern test for both high and low handicappers when it opens this summer.

The off-course facilities, including; changing rooms, pro shop, bar, golf restaurant and clubhouse will all be housed within the luxury Hilton at the Ageas Bowl.

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Boundary Lakes Golf Course
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Botley Road, Southampton, Hampshire, England, SO30 3XH, United Kingdom
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02382 020900
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Winchester

High Street, Winchester, SO23 9GH Winchester
01962 840 500 01962 840 500

Winchester, the perfect English city, is a vibrant heritage destination just an hour south west of London.

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Winchester

High Street, Winchester, SO23 9GH Winchester
01962 840 500 01962 840 500

Winchester, the perfect English city, is a vibrant heritage destination just an hour south west of London.

A city steeped in history, Winchester is England's ancient capital and former seat of King Alfred the Great.

Today Winchester combines the best of city life with the freshness of the surrounding countryside. One hour from London, this is England as it used to be.

With world class attractions and architecture including a magnificent Cathedral, award-winning pubs and restaurants and a tempting array of independent shops. This culturally rich medieval city is surrounded by idyllic Hampshire villages and the fabulous rolling countryside of the South Downs National Park.

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Winchester
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High Street, Winchester, Hampshire, England, SO23 9GH, United Kingdom
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01962 840 500
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Gilbert White & The Oates Collections

Gilbert White's House, High Street , Selborne, GU34 3JH Selborne
Visitor Attraction
01420 511275 01420 511275

Explore the natural world with Gilbert White & The Oates Collections.

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Gilbert White & The Oates Collections

Gilbert White's House, High Street , Selborne, GU34 3JH Selborne
Visitor Attraction
01420 511275 01420 511275

Explore the natural world with Gilbert White & The Oates Collections. 

Gilbert White & The Oates Collections celebrates the lives of three explorers of the natural world. The historic house was the home of the eighteenth century pioneering naturalist Gilbert White; whose major work The Natural History of Selborne has never been out of print since its publication in 1789. The House is surrounded by 25 acres of majestic restored garden and parkland, which specialises in eighteenth century plants and gardening methods inspired by Gilbert White.

The Museum is also home to the Oates Collections where visitors can discover the stories of the nineteenth century explorer Frank Oates, who travelled extensively around Africa and Central America and the heroic Captain Lawrence Oates. The Collection commemorates the life of Lawrence Oates, who travelled with Scott to the South Pole on the epic yet ill fated Terra Nova Expedition of 1912.

This unique and diverse, interactive Museum also boasts a fantastic café which serves food throughout the day, a well-stocked gift shop and outdoor plant sales.  

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Gilbert White & The Oates Collections
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Gilbert White's House, High Street , Selborne, Hampshire, England, GU34 3JH, United Kingdom
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01420 511275
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Mid Hants Railway 'Watercress Line'

The Railway Station, Winchester, SO24 9JG Winchester
Visitor Attraction
01962 733810 01962 733810

Let the train take the strain as you sit back, relax and travel through the heart of the English countryside. Whether...

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Mid Hants Railway 'Watercress Line'

The Railway Station, Winchester, SO24 9JG Winchester
Visitor Attraction
01962 733810 01962 733810

Let the train take the strain as you sit back, relax and travel through the heart of the English countryside. Whether you are taking a trip down memory lane or creating new ones, it’s the perfect way to unwind and experience the nostalgic sights, sounds and smells of steam travel from a bygone age.

We are open every weekend from mid-February to the end of October, daily during school holidays and midweek from May until September. 

The Mid Hants Railway was saved from closure in the 1970s and the line re-opened to visitors in 1977. As a charity, our mission is to preserve part of the country’s railway heritage for generations to come, and any profit generated from your visit enables us to do so.

Did you know?

• Virtually everyone you meet during your visit is a volunteer; from station staff and guards, to signalmen and loco crews.

• We have four period stations along a ten mile route between Alresford and Alton
(NB Steam trains will not be operating to or from Alton station until the end of July 2019.)

• Your ticket gives you all day unlimited travel so you can hop on and off as you wish, exploring both the stations and surrounding area

• We welcome group visits and offer special tours and discounts rates for 15+

• One free adult carer per full fare paying disable child or adult

• Dogs and bicycles travel free

• Check out our events we have throughout the year


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Mid Hants Railway 'Watercress Line'
Address
The Railway Station, Winchester, Hampshire, England, SO24 9JG, United Kingdom
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01962 733810
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Marwell Zoo

Colden Common, Winchester, SO21 1JH Winchester
Zoo
019 6277 7407 019 6277 7407

As one of Hampshire's top attractions, Marwell Zoo is a chance to get close to the wonders of the natural world – and...

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Marwell Zoo

Colden Common, Winchester, SO21 1JH Winchester
Zoo
019 6277 7407 019 6277 7407

As one of Hampshire's top attractions, Marwell Zoo is a chance to get close to the wonders of the natural world – and play a big part in helping to save them.

From ring-tailed lemurs and gentle giraffes to Amur tigers and snow leopards – Marwell's 140-acre park is home to an incredible range of exotic and endangered species. Keep an eye out for new arrivals all year round!

Spend time with Marwell Zoo’s playful primates in their ‘Lemur Walkthrough’! Visitors can explore the environment of these enticing animals in a new, themed exhibit focusing on the evolution of lemurs. With a beautiful landscaped environment, both indoors and out, the new lemur home promises an immersive experience for guests. What’s more, the zoo’s knowledgeable staff will be on hand to help guests learn all about these wonderful animals.

Marwell’s Tropical House is now open! The £7.8million exhibit spans two levels offering fantastic vantage points across a lush, tropical canopy, home to dozens of species. Powered by Marwell’s animal waste, this exhibit will significantly reduce their carbon footprint by 2020.

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Marwell Zoo
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Colden Common, Winchester, Hampshire, England, SO21 1JH, United Kingdom
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019 6277 7407
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Winchester Cathedral

The Close, Winchester, SO23 9LS Winchester
Visitor Attraction
01962 857224 01962 857224

Explore more than 1000 years of history in Europe’s longest medieval Cathedral. Discover the beautiful illuminated...

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Winchester Cathedral

The Close, Winchester, SO23 9LS Winchester
Visitor Attraction
01962 857224 01962 857224

Explore more than 1000 years of history in Europe’s longest medieval Cathedral. Discover the beautiful illuminated Winchester Bible, 12th-century wall paintings, medieval carvings, contemporary art and the awe and wonder of this magnificent building.

A free children’s trail, written by a professional children’s writer, offers families a fun and informative look at the Cathedral and introduces them to some of the characters associated with its colourful past and present.

Cathedral Guides offer tours of the Cathedral each hour from 10am – 3pm and tours of the crypt at 10.30am, 12.30pm and 2.30pm from Monday to Saturday.

A wide range of events take place throughout the year. From classical concerts, open-air theatre and themed lunches to children’s holiday activities, exhibitions and a major Christmas Market and real Ice Rink.

The Cathedral Café, with its pretty garden and open-air terrace, is the perfect place to stop for mid-morning coffee and pastry, delicious homemade lunch or Hampshire cream tea. The Cathedral Shop sells a wide range of unique gifts, souvenirs and CDs of the famous Cathedral Choir.

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Winchester Cathedral
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The Close, Winchester, Hampshire, England, SO23 9LS, United Kingdom
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Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium

Telegraph Way, Winchester, SO21 1HZ Winchester
Visitor Attraction
01962 863 791 01962 863 791

This exciting family destination is the South of England’s hands-on, interactive science and technology centre with...

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Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium

Telegraph Way, Winchester, SO21 1HZ Winchester
Visitor Attraction
01962 863 791 01962 863 791

This exciting family destination is the South of England’s hands-on, interactive science and technology centre with the largest standalone planetarium in the UK. It is an all-weather visitor attraction with a welcoming family feel, situated approximately three miles from Winchester City Centre.

Hands-on Exhibition

The Science Centre is home to Explorer:Space, an immersive space zone where your family can take an epic journey through the Solar System and learn about all things space, from meteorites to human space flight. At weekends and during holidays you can visit the Invention Studio, a place where you can create, construct and be challenged with the help of our friendly Inspirers.

There are lots of interactive exhibits to explore, aiming to spark curiosity in all the family and bring the worlds of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) to life. Learn how to bend light, create your own vortex and test your speed and balance in our Science of Sport zone. You can even set off on a journey through the Colon Café and learn all about your gut and how what we put into our bodies affects what comes out!

The Science Centre runs a brilliant programme of weekend and school holiday events, that could include anything from live science shows to interactive sessions to activities and challenges, all included in General Admission (unless otherwise stated). All events are listed on the website.

Planetarium

The planetarium offers an unforgettable experience. The 360° cinema screen completely surrounds the audience, placing everyone right in the action. There are two different show formats on offer – fulldome pre-recorded films and presenter-led live shows. The Centre also offers three different show environments to ensure that everyone can enjoy the planetarium – chatterbox shows, quiet shows and autism-friendly shows.

The Hub Cafe & Science Shop

You’ll find an excellent choice of hot and cold drinks, lunch options and snacks at the Hub Café. There is indoor and outdoor seating for those purchasing refreshments as well as a picnic area if you prefer to bring your own lunch. The Science Shop offers a variety of unusual STEM gifts, from pocket-money mementos to quality books and experiments to try at home.

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Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium
Address
Telegraph Way, Winchester, Hampshire, England, SO21 1HZ, United Kingdom
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01962 863 791
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Paultons Family Theme Park

Paultons Park, Romsey, Southampton, SO51 6AL Southampton
Theme Park
023 8081 4442 023 8081 4442

Paultons Park and the UK's only Peppa Pig World are now even bigger and better than ever!

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Paultons Family Theme Park

Paultons Park, Romsey, Southampton, SO51 6AL Southampton
Theme Park
023 8081 4442 023 8081 4442

Paultons Park and the UK's only Peppa Pig World are now even bigger and better than ever!

There is an amazing variety of things to see and do at Paultons including; big rides, small rides, play areas, entertainments and an astonishing collection of exotic birds and animals, all set within 140 acres of beautiful parkland.

Peppa Pig World has over 5 acres of fully themed fun! There are 9 fabulous rides including Miss Rabbit’s Helicopter Flight, Peppa’s Big Balloon Ride, Grandpa’s Little Train, George’s Dinosaur Adventure and you can even ride in a ‘cloud’ around Windy Castle! New for 2018 is The Queen's Flying Coach Ride and Grampy Rabbit's Sailing Club! The Queen’s Flying Coach Ride will take families on a royal tour around part of Peppa Pig World in individual coaches starting from the top of the majestic Queen’s Castle. Children and parents will also be able to hop aboard brightly coloured boats at Grampy Rabbit’s Sailing Club where they can join the adventure and sail around Peppa Pig World and discover Pirate Island!

Peppa Pig World features a huge indoor play area, Georges Spaceship Playzone and superb animated themed attractions including a chance to visit Peppa and her family in their house! Peppa Pig World is also home to Daddy Pig’s Big Tummy café and Peppa’s Toy Shop, the largest (and only!) dedicated Peppa Pig shop in the World!

Lost Kingdom is an amazing Dinosaur Theme Park World that features two world class family rollercoasters, life-like animatronic dinosaurs, Jurassic themed family rides, a Prehistoric adventure play park and an amazing opportunity to come face to face with ‘living’, walking Dinosaurs!

Guests can soar high into the skies upon on The Flight of the Pterosaur, a mighty and unique suspended coaster, which takes family adventurers swooping high and low around a prehistoric landscape.

The Dinosaur Tour Co. takes visitors on an exciting 4x4 jeep expedition to come face to face with some of the largest and most fearsome dinosaurs to have walked the planet.

Only the bravest explorers will take on Velociraptor. Those who dare to board this breath-taking family boomerang coaster will sense the speed and agility of the Velociraptor as drops and sweeps around tight bends and through ancient tunnels.

Everyday there is an incredible opportunity to meet ‘living’ tame (ish) walking dinosaurs at Alive – Dinosaur Encounter.

Younger explorers can enjoy iconic views across Lost Kingdom on Temple Heights, choose between riding in a huge dinosaur egg or giant stone on the swirling Boulder-Dash ride, ride the cute mini-coaster, Dino Chase and let off steam at the Little Explorers’ Play Park.

Discover Lost Kingdom and experience a journey to a lost land that will never be forgotten.

Critter Creek is a world of strange mixed-up creatures known as the ‘Curious Critters’! Meet the Fly-ger or say hello to the Horned Swamp Donkey! You can take a ride on the Cat-o-pillar rollercoaster and discover enormous colourful plants the likes of which have never been seen before. Critter Creek is also home to Professor Blast’s Discovery Express Train, a delightful journey for little ones and Beastie Burrow, a real life bug emporium complete with fascinating and unusual insects, fish and lizards!

Little Africa houses a number of animals native to the continent, including fennec fox, African crested porcupines, meerkats, Savannah monitor lizards and giant train millipedes, as well as one of the largest rodents in Africa, the Gambian pouched rat, and also the smallest, the African pygmy mouse. At the centre of Little Africa is an impressive aviary where a mix of bird species such as the trumpeter hornbills and black-crowned night herons, will share the same environment that has been designed to replicate an African waterhole

Top for thrills is the Park’s breathtaking ride, EDGE. Riders swoop and spin through the air reaching a height of 15 metres on a giant disc that travels along a 90-metre track featuring a ‘camelback’ hill to create an amazing floating sensation. EDGE was the first ride of its type in the UK and perfectly complements the Park’s other thrilling rides including The Cobra and, last year’s exhilarating new attraction Magma. The largest of Paultons three rollercoasters, The Cobra features an exciting combination of twists, drops and turns that have made it a great family favourite whilst Magma launches riders 25 metres up in to the sky only to drop them back down in to the heart of a smoking volcano!

Smaller children will love Water Kingdom! It’s a whole world of water jets, giant tipping buckets, sprays, fountains, and super soakers for the little ones to enjoy and explore. This huge 8,500ft2 kids’ splash park paradise features more than 20 different ways of getting wet and has a seated patio area nearby so parents can relax whilst watching the fun.

Younger children also adore the beautiful garden-themed Trekking Tractors ride, Seal Falls and the Digger

Daily penguin feeding sessions also take place throughout the year, featuring an entertaining keeper talk which gives visitors a chance to learn more about these unusual and often humorous birds.

Paultons really is way too much fun for one day!

Further information including a calendar of opening times is available from paultonspark.co.uk

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Paultons Family Theme Park
Address
Paultons Park, Romsey, Southampton, Hampshire, England, SO51 6AL, United Kingdom
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023 8081 4442
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Bombay Sapphire

Bombay Sapphire Distillery, Laverstoke Mill, London Road Laverstoke , Whitchurch, RG28 7NR Whitchurch
Visitor Information Centre
01256 890090 01256 890090

In renovating Laverstoke Mill, Bombay Sapphire has taken the utmost care to preserve the natural ecology and heritage...

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Bombay Sapphire

Bombay Sapphire Distillery, Laverstoke Mill, London Road Laverstoke , Whitchurch, RG28 7NR Whitchurch
Visitor Information Centre
01256 890090 01256 890090

In renovating Laverstoke Mill, Bombay Sapphire has taken the utmost care to preserve the natural ecology and heritage of the site. To build a long-term legacy at Laverstoke Mill, Bombay Sapphire has also committed to building a sustainable future. The award-winning sustainability measures in design and construction are at the heart of this state-of-the art distillery.

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Bombay Sapphire
Address
Bombay Sapphire Distillery, Laverstoke Mill, London Road Laverstoke , Whitchurch, Hampshire, England, RG28 7NR, United Kingdom
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01256 890090
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Winchester City Museum

The Square, Winchester, SO23 9ES Winchester
Museum
01962 863064 01962 863064

The Winchester City Museum is Hampshire's oldest museum.

The Museum tells the story of the city of Winchester, from an...

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Winchester City Museum

The Square, Winchester, SO23 9ES Winchester
Museum
01962 863064 01962 863064

The Winchester City Museum is Hampshire's oldest museum.

The Museum tells the story of the city of Winchester, from an important Roman City later principal city of King Alfred. Through galleries, discover Winchester from its origins as a prehistoric trading centre and Roman regional capital, to its pre-eminence as a principal city in the Anglo- Norman kingdom and then development and decline in the Middle Ages, through to modern times.

Winchester City Museum also includes hands-on activities and quizzes, audio guides and gift shop.

Plus - admission is free!

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Winchester City Museum
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The Square, Winchester, Hampshire, England, SO23 9ES , United Kingdom
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