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Some of the places you can see in a short break to Winchester
The city's tourist information centre is located on the ground floor of Winchester Guildhall just a stone's throw from King Alfred's Statue at the bottom of Winchester High Street.
They can provide maps and information on all Winchesters attraction, dining and accommodation
Tourist Information Centre
Tel:+44 (0) 1962 840 500
Fax:+44 (0) 1962 850 348
Winchester cathedral is over 900 years old with the longest nave in Europe
13th Century Great Hall containing King Arthur's round table
This is not a hospital in the modern sense of the word but a still functioning medieval arms house.
On a nice day I highly recommend walking along the river to St Cross and asking for the Wayfarers Dole
One of the oldest and most prestigious Public schools in England.
A small museum covering the history of Winchester (free)
Old water mill on the River Itchen at the bottom end of the High street
Old gateway to city at top end of High Street (free)
Ruins of medieval Bishop's Palace
Winchester has a long military connection and there are no fewer than five Military museums in the town including the Ghurka, Royal Hampshire and Royal Green Jacket regiments
A tranquil nature reserve with wheelchair accessible paths located close to the city centre.
The official tourist office website has a large list of other attractions in the Winchester area including the Winchester science centre (aka Intach), Jane Austens house, local gardens and many more
Explore the many tiny lanes that interconnect the streets