If you ever have the chance to visit Winchester you will know that it is a city in the county of Hampshire, on the edge of England's South Downs National Park.
It’s very well known for the medieval iconic Winchester Cathedral, with its 17th-century Morley Library, the Winchester Bible and a Norman crypt. From Behind the cathedral, you will find Winchester College – one of the oldest continuously-running schools in the country founded by Bishop William of Wykeham.
Also very nearby are the ruins of Wolvesey Castle and the Winchester City Mill, a working 18th-century corn mill. The Great Hall of Winchester Castle houses the medieval round table linked to King Arthur.
Winchester will certainly boasts an impressive array of historical attractions.
More details about its historical past and even its modern day involvement in popular films can be found out by taking a tour.
You can certainly discover a timeless legend and a striking site in one of the finest surviving medieval halls – the legendary King Arthur’s Round Table. And stroll along the water meadows to take part in a 900-year-old tradition when you request the Wayfarer’s Dole upon arrival at the porter’s lodge at The Hospital of St Cross.
Or just spend a day learning about Winchester’s role in English history by exploring the galleries at Winchester City Museum.
Winchester now in regards to modern times there are aslo some great attractions for all to see, from and array of famous restaurants and bars to great parks and walks.
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