These are the best tourist attractions in Hampshire
Hampshire is no ordinary place. Just think about the ports on the Solent from the south and the history of Winchester, and don’t get us started on the National Parks and the country idylls. Check the places to visit Hampshire for even more fun.
The only problem with Hampshire is that you probably don’t have enough time to see it all. There are medieval market towns and a Norman church, and, of course, we cannot forget about Chawton, the place where Jane Austen lived.
This one is for those of you who are interested in England’s naval history.
The military harbours have been here since the Romans and you can find the great pieces of heritage here, such as HMS Victory, which was Lord Nelson’s flagship. He found its end in the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805 on this very boat.
After that, you can come into the beautiful world of Mary Rose, the Tudor warship which sank in 1545, this, before being raised in 1982 and restored. It was shown to the public after with all of its artefacts in 2016. You can tour the boat around the harbour, too.