Join Theo Herselman in a visit to the Glasshouse where Exbury’s collection of Nerine sarniensis are lovingly selected and hybridised.
Open to all boys ages 6 – 10 who enjoy singing (experience not required!).
Enjoy a wonderful supper while working out exactly whodunit (plus how and why). Drink upon arrival, three courses and coffee.
Following on from the success of the first ever Tower-thon, we are once again searching for the fastest runner to conquer our 530 stairs.
A chance to see the museum for £2 pp and go shopping!
Come and learn how to carve stone into a beautiful sculpture with Claire Mason.
Howls (of laughter) and screams (of delight) will echo from deep within the New Forest this October Half Term,
Come and make decorations to give as presents – or keep!
Use our old photograph collection as inspiration to create your own stories and pictures.
Join us for some hands-on summer holiday fun at our crafty activity for children aged 7 to 11.
Discover the horrible history of health and sickness in Tudor times.
Come and carve a pumpkin at Sir Harold Hillier Gardens.
Find out about Egyptian mummies by mummifying an orange, have a go at dressing up and make an clay Canopic jar.
Halloween themed activities and storytelling for children with disabilities and their families.
It’s time to board the Wizard Express! Watch the Watercress Line transform in to a place of magic and mischief on Halloween!
The home of Halloween! Meet our friendly spirits in the banqueting hall, pick up your witch trail, have your face painted and make spooky craft items.
One of the largest firework displays in the south, choreographed to music with a range of entertainment for the whole family.
Our last big steam up of the year!
Taking place in Palace House, the annual CET Christmas Fair is held to raise funds to support the work of the Countryside Education Trust.
An Arts and Crafts special Christmas wreath making, table centres.
Experience an exhilarating skate under the stars and see how the Cathedral provides a stunning backdrop to these exciting Christmas events.
Winchester Cathedral Christmas Market brings high quality exhibitors, wonderful Christmas gifts and an abundance of festive foods.
Come and enjoy a Christmas Lunch at Sir Harold Hillier Gardens, Hampshire.
See Santa on a steam train as you take a one hour round trip through the scenic Hampshire countryside.
Meet Father Christmas in the nostalgic setting of Tudor House & Garden.
This is the chance to come along and buy unusual gifts and support the museum – what could be better?
Can’t get enough of Anna, Elsa, Olaf and the gang? Sing some of Disney’s famous Frozen songs!