Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Romsey Road, Winchester, Hampshire, SO22 5DG
Rarely open to the public, this is a unique opportunity to explore the original hospital chapel designed by William Butterfield and it’s beautiful stained glass windows. There will also be an opportunity to learn more about the history of the Royal Hampshire County hospital, see historical artefacts, including Florence Nightingale’s lamp, and take a look at photographs through the ages.
● Saturday 21 September: 1100-1500
Whilst you could just turn up as tours are every 30 minutes, and last around 30 minutes. Last year they were full booked. Therefore to guarantee a place, please book in advance.
PLEASE NOTE: Early bird tickets will be available for our supporters mailing list from mid July, Box office for general public opens 7th August. If you visit the box office before these dates you will not be able to book tickets.
No children under 12 years of age. Part of the tour is only accessible by steep stairs and unfortunately not suitable for wheelchair users and people with limited mobility.
Visitors who have booked on the tour should report to the main reception at Royal Hampshire County Hospital a few minutes before the start of their booked time.