Hampshire's museums, galleries and historic sites
Everything from prehistory to the present day. From art and archaeology, ceramics and costume, biology and geology as well as military and local history. Exhibitions of art, crafts, photography and local history mean there’s always something new to see and do. Family events, workshops, talks and lectures provide something for all tastes and interests.
Visit Milestones, Hampshire's award-winning living history museum, and find a network of full-size streets from the Victorian era to the 1940s - all under one roof.
A nationally important historical site, once the largest private house in Tudor England and was besieged by Oliver Cromwell during the Civil War.
Stunning exhibitions include treasures from national institutions, art works of famous contemporary artists and craftspeople and touring art and museum shows.
The Museum tells the story of Danebury Ring, an Iron Age hillfort, its history and the people who lived there.
Built as a workhouse in the 18th century, the charming Georgian building is now filled with a rich variety of displays and hosts regular exhibitions.
Our museums, galleries and sites
- Aldershot Military Museum
- The Allen Gallery, Alton
- Andover Museum
- Basing House
- Bursledon Windmill
- Chilcomb House
- Curtis Museum, Alton
- Eastleigh Museum
- Gosport Gallery
- Milestones, Basingstoke
- Museum of the Iron Age, Andover
- Museum on the Mezzanine
- Rockbourne Roman Villa
- SEARCH - education centre, Gosport
- St. Barbe Museum
- The Gallery, Winchester
- The Great Hall and the Round Table
- The Red House Museum and Gardens
- The Spring, Havant
- Westbury Manor Museum, Fareham
- Willis Museum, Basingstoke