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Southampton is the largest city in the ceremonial county of Hampshire in the south coast of England. It is a major port city with a population of more than 250,000. Southampton is known for its significance in the ship-building industry and as a home port for some of the largest cruise ships in the world. Holidays to Southampton can be about the beach, the sea, or the city’s thriving culture. The city is home to the longest surviving stretch of medieval walls in England. It is also home to a number of museums such as the Tudor House Museum, the Southampton Maritime Museum, and the God’s House Tower, an archaeology museum about the city's heritage. The SeaCity Museum is located in the west wing of the civic centre, formerly occupied by Hampshire Constabulary and the city’s Magistrates’ Court, and focuses on Southampton’s trading history and on the RMS Titanic. Travel Center offers all inclusive holidays to make your trip to Southampton a memorable one. Get in touch with one of our experts today, and leave everything to us. Book holidays to Southampton with us and experience this large port city in the Southern coast of England at its very best.
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KLM, Air France, Aer Lingus, Flybe
Best Time to Travel
March to August
Modes of Transport
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Southampton City Art Gallery
Globally famous for its lasting selection, bridging eight centuries, which tell the tale of western art from the Renaissance to the current day. The center of the selection is twentieth century and modern British art. Also, the gallery provides excellent displays varying from illustrations, carvings and sketches, to photography and movies.
This original, ultra-modern museum emphasizes on Southampton and its link with the ocean, plus the city’s Titanic inheritance and the tales of the people who have toured in and out of the metropolis down the ages, it is accommodated in the grade II recorded early Magistrates’ Court.
Tudor House and Garden
Surrounding about 900 years of history on one location, Southampton’s most significant ancient structure, the Tudor House, has lately been reconstructed with exceptionally current exhibits and facilities. Tourists are given a look into the lives of earlier inhabitants of the house by free audio guides.
Alpine Snowsports Centre
Snuggled in the trees at the 150-acre Outdoor Sports Centre, the Alpine Snowsports Centre serves all your winter sport requirements throughout the year. Starter or advanced - the hub serves all. Numerous excellent skier and snowboarder has graced the slope over the years, counting Billy Morgan.
Ambush Paintball and Laser Tag
Placed in hundreds of acres of pure forests but with simple entry from chief roads, Ambush has been a victorious paintball venue since the late 1980’s. Outdoor LaserTag was initiated just a few years ago but is becoming very famous.
Residence to the remarkable National Motor Museum, ancient Beaulieu Abbey, World of Top Gear and the stunning Palace House – all comprised in one great value ticket. Enjoy an unwinding walk around the gardens or why not jump aboard the model Veteran Bus. and ride the monorail for broad sights of the grounds.
Buckler’s Hard is an 18th century shipbuilding village on the banks of the Beaulieu River. Tour the thrilling Maritime Museum and learn about the warships for Nelson’s Navy that were constructed here, the Shipwright’s Cottage and St Mary’s Chapel. You could also take a riverside stroll and river cruise.
Tudor House Museum
Positioned in the most ancient street of Worcester, is a marvellous structure of timber beams, leaded windows and embellished plaster roofs. Admission is FREE, and inside you would discover rooms nearly five hundred years old. Exhibits concentrate on the Tudor entwine and ferment that went on in the house.
Sir Harold Hillier Gardens
An arboretum containing 72 hectares bearing about 42,000 trees and shrubs in about 12,000 taxa, particularly a selection of oaks, camellia, magnolia and rhododendron. Previously known merely as the Hillier Arboretum, established by nurseryman Harold Hillier in June 1953 when he obtained Jermyns House and its estate.
Marwell is an unwinding and captivating park at the soul of wildlife preservation. There are around 180 types of animals, from small ants to the highest giraffe. An excellent day out for families and adults of all ages, Marwell is a catalogued charity committed to the preservation of wildlife.