Visiting a new city can be expensive sometimes, but there is so much you can see and do for free in Winchester!
You will find plenty of attractions, museums, or landscapes to visit for free in Winchester.
Yew Hill is Butterfly Conservation's small reserve on the south-western edge of Winchester. Part of it is five acres of open downland crossed by deep gullies, said to be the old roads into Winchester. This chalk hill-top has stunning views and is a popular walking spot. It is easily accessible from Winchester, and has great populations of downland wildflowers and butterflies.
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Experience the taste of Hampshire with Hampshire Farmers Markets.Winchester Farmers Market is an award-winning market, held twice a month and regarded as the largest regular farmers market in the UK, with up to 90 stalls attending each market.
Winchester, once the capital of England is a historic town rich in history and treasures of English heritage. Just walk through the city and open your eyes to discover wonderful historical buildings with the fine architecture such as Winchester Cathedral, Winchester College…
Winchester City just launched a new scheme to greeter its visitors and it is FREE! If you wish to explore Winchester, you can now book a volunteer greeter who will share their passion for their city and introduce you to 'their Winchester'. Greets can last between one and four hours and are suitable for groups of up to 6 people.