Visit Hampshire

Visit Hampshire is the official tourism website for Hampshire, where you will find amazing accommodation, places to visit, fantastic food and drink, a comprehensive events guide, insightful blogs as well as inspiring ideas for days out whatever time of year you visit.

Hampshire’s two National Parks, the New Forest and South Downs, have stunning scenery and wildlife; chances are you’ll bump into wild horses, deer, pigs and more. There’s also an abundance of activities to do from cycling, walking, water sports, horse riding or if you prefer something a little more relaxing there’s a number of spa retreats.

The three historic cities PortsmouthWinchester, and Southampton all have tons of history and character, not to mention fantastic attractions, music, theatre and sporting venues along with great bars and restaurants.

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With so many amazing attractions to visit, you may want to stay a little longer.  Hampshire has an abundance of accommodation to meet all budgets, including great campsites, self-catering properties, and hotels. Discover all accommodation options in Hampshire

Family Friendly Cycle Routes
If you are a fan of heading out as a family on a cycling adventure head to Visit Hampshire’s sister website, Cycling in Hampshire to discover family friendly cycle routes

Family Walks
Looking to stretch your legs in stunning locations, get some inspiration with some great family friendly walks.

Beaches and Coastline
Hampshire’s coastline offers superb sailing and water sports in the Solent, many of the beaches have unrivalled views of the Isle of Wight. “When summer arrives, there’s no better place to be, than beside the seaside! Discover some of the best beaches in Hampshire. With so much to do in Hampshire you may want to stay a little longer, with a choice of family friendly hotels, cute cottages, camping and glamping and luxury country manor houses. Plan your next trip with Visit Hampshire.

Some key 2021 Hampshire events are listed below. For more events head to 


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