Plan your trip
A short walk from Southampton Central Railway Station will bring yout to SeaCity Museum. Hear the stories of the people of they city, their fascinating lives and historic connections with Titanic and the sea. History is brought to life through interactive displays designed for all ages.
Head next door and spend time exploring Southampton City Art Gallery. Originally opened in 1939 the gallery contains a diverse mix of quality exhibitions including painting, sculpture and drawing, photography and film.
Nearby there are plenty of restaurants to choose for a delicious bite to eat. Whether it's traditional British cuisine you're after or something a bit different such as Caribbean or World Buffet, you'll find it all just a short walk away from the railway station.
From the Swan Centre to its annual events, Eastleigh offers a wide choice of shopping experiences, with a fantastic mix of local business and high street brands. With lots of fun things for the family, a choice of restaurants and bars and live entertainment, Eastleigh has something for everyone.
Why not stop by at what is believed to be the country’s oldest working watermill? With over 1000 years of history, this National Trust treasure is a rare example of a surviving urban working corn mill.
Visit the centre of Winchester’s military history. Located within the old Peninsular Barracks, this stunning Victorian complex exhibits 6 unique museums, each with their own story to tell. These include: The Museum of The King’s Royal Hussars, The Royal Hampshire Regiment Museum, The Royal Green Jackets (Rifles) Museum, The Rifles Regimental Museum, The Gurkha Museum and The Adjutant General’s Corps Museum.
Explore the city’s stunning 11th-century Cathedral located in the heart of Winchester. Within the walls of this grand building, you will find an array of 12th-century paintings and art pieces as well as fascinating medieval carvings. Take time to wander around the beautiful cathedral grounds, where you will be able to find Jane Austen’s grave.