Hampshire's local pages

Lee on the Solent

Travel and visitor information

Attractions and Places to Visit

Browndown Nature Reserve
Explosion! - Museum of Naval firepower
Fort Brockhurst, Gosport
Fort Nelson - Britain's loudest museum!
Gosport Discovery Centre
Portchester Castle
Portsdown Hill - Spectacular viewpoint across the harbour to the Isle of Wight
Royal Navy Submarine Museum
Titchfield Abbey - Remains of a 13th century abbey overshadowed by a grand Tudor gatehouse
Titchfield Haven - A National Nature Reserve at the mouth of the River Meon where 170 species of birds are recorded every year
West Walk - Part of the Forest of Bere, a royal hunting forest from before the Normans

Cinema, Theatre and Arts Centres in the South East Hampshire area.

Travel Information for Visitors

Tourist and Other Information sources

Local Tourist Information
Gosport Tourist Information Centre,
Bus Station, Falklands Gardens,
Hampshire PO12 1EP

Telephone: (023) 9252 29444

Local Information Point
Customer Access Points

Local Council
Gosport Borough Council,
Town Hall, High Street,
Hampshire PO12 1EB

Telephone: (023) 9258 4242

Parking in Lee on the Solent

Public car parks are available throughout the town with lots of free parking along the sea front..


There is a good range of  places to eat in Lee on the Solent ranging from fast food, cafes, pubs to restaurants.

Access by Public Transport

Public Bus Services operate to Gosport and Lee on the Solent from Portsmouth, Southampton and surrounding areas.