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All reviewsthree floorsroman mosaicsroman timesiron agedressing up clothesmiddle floorwell worth a visitinteractive things for childrenfree entryscale modelfascinating exhibitspresented informationmiddle ageslocal historyinteresting itemsnice collectionwinchester city
So to get to the point I have a 2 year old toddler and as anybody with a 2 year old knows they can be a pain in the bum. Especially when you think museum which conjures up images of quiet galleries and security guards...More
The City Museum is right in the centre of Winchester and is free but donations are appreciated. Very interesting displays over 3 floors tracing the city's long and varied history. Of particular interest are the Roman mosaics and the model of the city as it...More
This tiny museum is next to the Cathedral entrance. It is set across three floors so not really suitable for disabled visitors However, it was surprisingly full of interesting artefacts and information about Winchester through the ages. Well worth a look and you are asked...More
There are lots of things to look at showing the history of Winchester. The model is also very interesting but perhaps needed more information on which building was which? The young lady on the entrance desk showed little enthusiasm beyond a well rehearsed welcome speech...More
This museum is set over three floors with a lift if the stairs cause difficulty. Lots of examples of Roman finds from around the city. There appears to be a great deal of interactive things for children...dressing up...matching pottery etc.
We spent a couple of hours here whilst visiting Winchester. All that you could want to know about the history of the City is here. The Roman collection is especially interesting. The labelling of the exhibits was a bit difficult to follow, but other than...More
This is worth going to see just for the amazing 1870 model of the city alone. Utterly fascinating. But there are two more floors as well covering Roman and Medieval Winchester too. I'd be tempted to suggest that every tour of the city should start...More