16 Colebrook Street, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 9LH
A wonderful opportunity to roam freely around our beautiful 18th century house and grounds, as well as enjoy an art exhibition, short film, cream teas, garden activities, and much more!
Unique opportunity to visit this 18th Century town house set in a beautiful garden situated between Wolvesey castle and Abbey gardens in the historic city of Winchester.
Visitors will be able to roam freely around the house and gardens and meet our resident architect who can answer questions about the history of the house and the local area.
Activities in the garden and an art exhibition will be available on both days. Cream teas in the garden, a visit to the top floor for one of the most stunning views of Winchester make this a must visit on the heritage trail.
● Saturday 15 September: 1000-1600
● Sunday 16 September: 1300-1600
No booking required.
Full wheelchair access in gardens and on ground floor, no wheelchair access to top floors
This is a very large historic house and grounds in the centre of Winchester with lots to do and see.