Havant

Havant in Hampshire lies on the south coast between Portsmouth and Chichester and has good rail and road connections
25 Results In Or Near Havant
0.5 miles from the centre of Havant
The Bear Hotel is a historic hotel in the centre of Havant. It has modern accommodations as well as a traditional restaurant that serves hearty, delicious food.
0.7 miles from the centre of Havant
4.2 miles from the centre of Havant
6.7 miles from the centre of Havant
City Museum & Records Office is dedicated to local history, `The Story of Portsmouth´ display room settings showing life in Portsmouth from the 17th century to the 1950s. Experience the different life-styles from the working poor to the affluent `Victorian Parlour´ along with a 1930s `Art Deco´ dining room and a 1950s front-room complete with flying ducks on the wall. The Museum has a fine and decorative art gallery with a temporary exhibition gallery and regular changing exhibitions. The Rec...
7.1 miles from the centre of Havant
Southsea Castle, built by Henry VIII in 1544 to protect Portsmouth Harbour. Over the centuries it´s defences were strengthened and in the 19th century a tunnel was built to defend the Castle moat.
7.1 miles from the centre of Havant
The D-Day Story gives a fascinating insight into the events of the Normandy Landings, and what those taking part had to face. Through artefacts, personal testimonies and audio-visuals, the museum tells the story of the historic day - showcasing the epic made personal, and the personal made epic.
7.4 miles from the centre of Havant
Plush Tents is an award winning, sustainable yurt village nestled in the picturesque South Downs. With 12 Woodland Yurts, 4 Field Yurts & 3 Airstream Caravans.
7.8 miles from the centre of Havant
Step Back in time at Fishbourne Roman Palace Fishbourne Roman Palace and Gardens in West Sussex is the largest Roman home in Britain, a lavish residence fit for royalty. Sign up for a guided tour and let the experts talk you through this fascinating historic site, unearthed as recently as 1960. You can still see evidence of the timber buildings that the Romans built when they first arrived here and the subsequent bathhouse which they created, which was a focal point for Roman society...
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