Winchester City MuseumWinchester
The Square
Hampshire SO23 9ES
 
 
 
Three galleries tell the story of Winchester's past from the Iron Age to the present. Highlights include Roman mosaics, exquisite Anglo-Saxon jewellery, models of the Anglo-Saxon and medieval city, items owned by novelist Jane Austen and reconstructed Victorian/Edwardian High Street shops.
 
Free hands-on activities for families including dressing up clothes, Saxon coin brass rubbing, children’s tours and quizzes.
 
Opening Times
- April to October
Mon. – Saturday:  10:00 to 17:00 hours
Sunday               12:00 to 17:00 hours
 
- November to March
Tue. – Saturday:   10:00 to 16:00 hours
Sunday               12:00 to 16:00 hours
 
Admission Price 
Free
 
Museum Shop
Sells locally produced Hampshire faire-trade products such as honey, cordials and chocolate, jams and chutneys, soap and lip balms. Museum guide books, Jane Austen books, old prints and maps, and souvenirs inspired by nostalgic advertising brands. Hampshire Cultural Trust Culture Cards are also on sale.
 
Disabled Access
Level access from the street and an accessible toilet.
Guide dogs are welcome; large-print version of artefact interpretation available upon request.
Hearing Induction Loop provided.
 
Facilities
Toilets & Baby-change facilities.
 
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Contact & Further Information
Telephone   +44 (0)1962 863 064
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Website   Winchester City Museum    External Link
 
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