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All reviews three floors roman mosaics dressing up clothes iron age middle floor free entry interactive things for children well worth a visit scale model interesting exhibits victorian times local history winchester city small building voluntary donation lovely building all ages
Only saw the ground floor, thinking the other floors were closed for refurbishment (I hope so as didn't enquire!) What we did see was interesting and the large scale model was worth seeing to how Winchester once was. Spent about half hour there. Voluntary donation...More
This was a great little museum covering various periods over 3 floors. The model of the town centre on the ground floor was very impressive. Free but a £3 donation is recommended which is good value. Wheelchair/pushchair lift available.
A very enjoyable experience with a helpful reception desk. The museum starts at the top looking at the Roman invasion and settlement of Winchester. The first floor looks at mediaeval Winchester and the decline in Winchester’s significance. The ground floor looks at 1800 Winchester and...More
What a little gem! I decided to pop along and have a look while I was waiting to meet a friend and I was really surprised! There’s actually quite a lot there and plenty for children to do too including dressing up clothes!
Fantastic free museum. Three floors of exhibits right next to Winchester cathedral. Top floor particularly interesting and full of old artefacts. Bottom floor has an amazing model of Winchester in Victorian times, great for kids and adults alike. Great for a first stop in Winchester.