10 Things to do for £10 in Hampshire

We know that days out can be expensive so here's we've found our favourite activities to do for under £10.

Marvel at one of the south of England’s most iconic historical buildings with a visit to Winchester Cathedral. Adult entry is £10 and children under 16 are free.

This delightful farm and visitor centre near Petersfield has a farm trail devoted to deer and a brilliant adventure playground for the kids. Adult tickets are £6.50, children £3.50, and under 3s are free.

Weave your way through the history of the textiles industry with a visit to Whitchurch Silk Mill, a 19th century water mill that weaves English silk fabrics using 19th century machinery. Adult entry is £9, children £4.50, and under 5s are free.

Henry VIII’s artillery fortress sits at the seaward end of a New Forest coastal spit offering one of the best views in England. Explore this Tudor fort for just £4.50 for an adult ticket, £2.50 for a child, and free for under 5s.

Discover Southampton’s maritime history including its story of the Titanic at the SeaCity Museum with an interactive experience designed for all ages. Adult entry is £9.50, children £7, and under 5s are free.

Pull up your wellies and join in the daily activities at Manor Farm alongside the resident cows, sheep, goats, donkeys, and alpacas. A day out at this beautiful traditional friendly farm is £9.50 for adults, £7.50 for children, and under 3s go free.

Visitors can step back in time and enjoy learning about the workings of the newly restored mill at the Grade II* listed Eling Tide Mill near Southampton. Ticket prices are £7 for adults and £4.50 for children.

This nationally renowned wetland nature reserve at Hill Head is a rich habitat of rivers and marshlands making it a must-visit for birdwatching and wildlife enthusiasts. Adult entry is £6.50 and children 5 years and older are £3.50.

The theatrical West Green House Gardens in Hartley Wintney is also known as The Opera Garden, referring to its creator’s combined passions for English gardens and international opera. Adult entry is £10, children are £5, and little ones aged 3 and under are free.

Housed in the only surviving brick-built barrack blocks left in Aldershot, Aldershot Military Museum tells the story of daily life for both soldier and civilian in the town since 1854. Pay once and visit with your ticket all year with adult entry costing £9 and children £4.50.