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The Giddy Bridge

The Mary Tofts “Rabbit Woman” scandal... fact or fiction?

Southampton >

The Standing Order

This pub used to be the high street bank.

Southampton >

The Admiral Sir Lucius Curtis

This pub is closed permanently.

Southampton >

The Bright Water Inn

Discover the history of Shirley in this pub.

Shirley >

The Queen Hotel

Discover the history of Aldershot.

Aldershot >

The First Post

These premises previously housed a branch of the well-known booksellers and stationers, John Menzies.

Cosham >

The Red Lion

The Red Lion has been a prime location for passing trade since the 1700s.

Petersfield >

The Lord Arthur Lee

This pub is closed permanently.

Fareham >

The John Jacques

Original parts of this building were damaged during World War II.

Portsmouth >

The Red Lion

The original Red Lion, built in the 1830s, was a coaching inn on the route to Chichester.

Southampton >

The Tilly Shilling

This pub is named after the aeronautical engineer who carried out vital work on World War Two fighter planes at the Royal Aircraft Establishment.

Farnborough >

The Lord Palmerston

Discover the history of Southsea.

Southsea >

The Six Bells

The original Six Bells was the headquarters of the bell-ringers from St Thomas Church.

Lymington >

The Old Gaolhouse

Don’t be scared away by the monstrous sculpture in this pub!

Winchester >

The Ivy House

The Ivy House was built as a private residence – and the pub retains this domestic feel.

Alton >

The Crown Inn

This pub has beer in its blood – it was once The Crown Brewery!

Fareham >

The Prince Arthur

Old photographs of Fleet are displayed on the walls in this pub.

Fleet >

The Angel

This bar stands alongside a 10-screen cinema, a far cry from Basingstoke’s first cinema which opened in 1919.

Basingstoke >

The Maidenhead Inn

Jane Austen often visited Basingstoke, sometimes dining at The Crown Inn, whose carriage side entrance was opposite this pub.

Basingstoke >

The John Russell Fox

On display in this pub is an original intertype setting machine used by the Andover Advertiser.

Andover >

The Sir Alec Rose

The history of Portsmouth’s harbour is displayed in this pub.

Port Solent >

The Star

Discover the history of Gosport.

Gosport >

The Denmead Queen

Waterlooville is full of history, and it’s all displayed in this pub.

Waterlooville >

The Wagon Works

This pub was originally called Home Tavern.

Eastleigh >

The Isambard Kingdom Brunel

This pub is built on the site of the Portsea Island Gas Light Company which burnt down, and was rebuilt in 1915.

Portsmouth >

The Sir John Baker

Read about some of Portsmouth’s historical figures.

Portsmouth >

The Parchment Makers

Read about Somerset born artist Flora Twort.

Havant >