Eling Tide Mill is the only original tide mill in the country still open and working as it has done for centuries. Situated at the edge of Southampton Water, Eling mill dates back to the 11th century. The current mill is a comparative youngster, built in the late 18th century. Eling Hill, Eling, Totton, Hampshire, England, SO40 9HF
A strikingly unusual moated Victorian fort made of brick, Fort Brockhurst was built as part of a 19th-century plan to defend Portsmouth Harbour. The keep is almost perfectly circular, defended by a moat on one side, with a large parade ground to the rear. Gunner's Way, Gosport, Hampshire, England, PO12 4DS
Fort Cumberland guards the entrance to Langstone Harbour, to the east of Portsmouth. The fort was built in 1740 but completely rebuilt by the Duke of Richmond over 25 years, from 1782 to 1812. Fort Cumberland Road, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England, PO4 9LD
King James's Gate is an ornamental gateway that formed part of the town defences of Portsmouth. The gate was built in 1687, across what is now Broad Street. It was later moved from its original site, and now forms the entrance to the United Services Recreation Ground on Burnaby Road.
Landport Gate is a ceremonial gateway that once acted as the main entrance to Portsmouth. The gate was built in 1760, and was possibly designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor, though it was not built until after his death. The gate is built of Portland stone and originally stood before a moat, crossed by a drawbridge. St George's Road, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Medieval Merchant's House is a 13th-century house that is one of the few surviving medieval townhouses in England. The house has been restored to what it might have looked like in the 14th century. 58 French Street, Southampton, Hampshire, England, SO14 2AT
A simple stone memorial marks the spot where William II, known as William Rufus, was killed by an arrow while hunting in the New Forest in AD 1100. The death remains mysterious over 900 years later; was it an accident or was it murder? Cadnam, New Forest, Hampshire, England
Attraction Type: Historic Property - Memorial Heritage Rating:?
Heritage Highlight: The site of a king's death - or was it murder?
The oldest almshouse in England still in use; St Cross Hospital was founded in 1132. A further 15th-century almshouse was added to the foundation, creating a wonderful cluster of medieval buildings with the 12th-century Norman church of St Cross. A real gem. St Cross Road, Winchester, Hampshire, England, SO23 9SD
Whitchurch Silk Mill dates to the early 19th century and is the oldest working silk mill in the country still occupying its original mill buildings. See the original water wheel that drove the looms, watch silk weavers at work, and buy silk garments in the mill shop. 28 Winchester Street, Whitchurch, Hampshire, England, RG28 7AL