Medieval Winchester tour from Southampton

Day Trip

Andrew W.

Winchester
English (Native)
5 hours
Private tour (only you and your group)
Up to 6 people

Winchester was the capital of Wessex during the reign of the Anglo-Saxons, and home to King Alfred the Great.

On arrival in the city, you will see a magnificent statue of King Alfred the Great in a commanding position over the city.

We will visit the cathedral where Jane Austen is buried, and the Great Hall, home to King Arthur's Round Table.

Itinerary

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Meeting Point

Central Hotel or Cruise Ship Terminal in Southampton

10:00

Hotel / Cruise ship terminal

We will meet at your hotel in Southampton or cruise ship terminal and travel to Winchester.

11:00

Cathedral

We will explore the Norman Cathedral that was constructed in the 11th century.

12:00

High Street

After leaving the cathedral, we will make our way to the Great Hall at the top of the hill, walking through the streets of Winchester,

12:30

The Great Hall

The Great Hall was originally part of the castle. It is the home of King Arthur's Round Table.

13:00

City

After visiting the Great Hall, we shall walk through the streets of Winchester, and explore.

14:00

Winchester

At 14:00 we will head back to Southampton, arriving at your hotel / cruise ship terminal by 15:00.

15:00

end of the tour

Ending Point

Central Hotel or Cruise Ship Terminal in Southampton

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Inclusions & Exclusions

What‘s included

Blue Badge Tourist Guide

Chauffeur-driven vehicle

What‘s not included

Entrance fees to venues

Food

Souvenirs

Important Information

At the present time I only have a limited availability, but this will change in the next few months. I hope to guide full-time next year, when the situation returns to normal....

There is a reasonable amount of walking on this tour, so comfortable shoes are advisable.

Cancellation Policy

  • Free cancellation - 30 days prior to meeting time
  • 50% Refund - 15 to 29 days prior to meeting time
  • No Refund - Within 14 day(s) prior to meeting time
$850/ per group

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