Southampton

Properties and events in Southampton

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CWGC Tours 2024 - Southampton Old Cemetery

Southampton Old Cemetery, Cemetery Road, Southampton, Hampshire, SO15 7NN
In person
Pre-booking required

Join us for a Commonwealth War Graves Commission tour of Southampton Old Cemetery.

Heritage Weekend/21st Year of FoSOC

Cemetery Road, Cemetery Rd, Southampton, Hampshire, SO15 7AF
In person
Pre-booking required

For one day only 8th September, FoSOC will be having a guided Heritage walk combined with the 21st year of FoSOC being formed. Long forgot stories and a lovely walk through part of the Old Cemetery. There is a display in the Non-Conformist Chapel.

Southampton Quaker Burial Ground

Brighton Road, Southampton, Hampshire, SO17 1XR
In person
Pre-booking not required

Visit the Southampton Quaker Burial Ground originally opened in 1662.

Southampton Quaker Meeting House

1A Ordnance Road, Southampton, Hampshire, SO15 2AZ
In person
Pre-booking not required

Visit the Victorian Quaker Meeting House (1884) to view and discuss its history and design and more!

Steamship Shieldhall - visit a flagship of the National Historic Fleet!

Berth 110, Western Docks, Southampton, Hampshire, SO15 0HH
In person
Pre-booking required

Join the volunteers on Steamship Shieldhall, and visit the Engine and Boiler Rooms and Bridge on board a flagship of the National Historic Fleet! Located in the heart of Southampton's working docks, there's lots to see and do!

The Bargate

The Bargate, The High Street, Southampton, Hampshire, SO14 2DJ
In person
Pre-booking not required

From 6 to 8 September we will be opening the Bargate – the very well-known and much loved gateway into the medieval town of Southampton.

The Gregg School Townhill Park House

Townhill Park House, Atlantic Park View, West End, Southampton, Hampshire, SO18 3RR
In person
Pre-booking not required

Explore the historic Townhill Park estate, owned by Lord and Lady Swaythling in the early 1900s. Wander around the house designed by L.R. Gutherie and through the beautiful formal gardens by Gertrude Jekyll. Home to The Gregg School since 1994.