8 Best Things to do in Southampton

Southampton is a vibrant city on the south coast of England with a rich maritime history and plenty of places to visit. Here in this blog we share some of the best things to do in in Southampton.

Sea City Museum

This museum Paying tribute to heritage of Southampton’s seafaring history and also provides an immersive experience into Southampton’s maritime history and the story of the Titanic.

This museum is open Monday – Sunday: 10am – 5pm 
Ticket Price:
Adult Ticket: £10.50 pp
Child 5yrs and over: £8.00 pp
Family (2 adults,3 children): £33:00
Over 60s and Students: £9.00 pp
Sea City Museum Ticket link: https://southamptonmuseumsandgallery.co.uk/visit/buy-tickets/

Tudor House & Garden

Tudor House reveals over 800 years of history in one fascinating location at the heart of the Old Town. It is a historic building, museum, tourist attraction, and Grade I listed building in Southampton. Visitor can get self-guided audio recording which explains very well about the history of the house and garden.

Timing: The museum is open 10am-5pm weekends (and bank holidays) and 10am-3pm Tuesday to Friday. Ticket Price:
Adult Ticket: £6.00 pp
Child 5yrs and over: £5.00 pp
Family (2 adults,3 children): £19:00
Over 60s and Students: £5.50 pp
Tudor House and Garden Ticket link : https://southamptonmuseumsandgallery.co.uk/visit/buy-tickets/

Tudor House & Garden Southampton
Tudor House & Garden Southampton

Ocean Village

This was surely one of my favourite places to visit during summer in Southampton, take a walk along the waterfront. You can also book a boat tour to explore the busy port. Don’t miss to spot out the Ship shape Harbour Hotel. Mark Ocean Village in your Southampton itinerary as it is surely one of the best things to do in Southampton.

ocean village , southampton

Southampton Art Gallery

Another free things to do in Southampton, this place has a diverse collection of artwork, including paintings, sculptures, and contemporary pieces. The gallery often hosts special exhibitions.

God’s House

God’s House Tower, an award-winning arts and heritage venue in the heart of Southampton’s historic Old Town. From the top of the tower you can enjoy breath-taking 360 degree view of the city.

Friday 10:00 – 17:00
Saturday & Sunday 10:00 – 19:00

St. Mary’s Stadium

If you’re a football fan, you don’t want to miss visit St. Mary’s Stadium, the home of Southampton FC. St Mary’s Stadium has been the home of Southampton since 2001 when the club moved away from The Dell, where they had played for the previous 103 years. Either You can watch a match or take a stadium tour.

St. Mary’s Stadium tour/ Southampton Football stadium tour costs £15.00.

Southampton Football Stadium tour Ticket link: https://www.southamptonfc.com/en/stadium-tours

West Quay Shopping Centre

For shopping enthusiasts, West Quay is one of the largest shopping malls in the region, with a wide range of shops, restaurants, and entertainment options. When we visited west quay we got opportunity to meet BIG SARA! (dinosaur fossil was put on display in a shopping centre)

Big sara skeleton southampton

Southampton Common

This large urban park offers beautiful green spaces, a boating lake, and a wildlife centre. It’s a great place for a leisurely stroll, a picnic, or outdoor activities. Urban park has many seasonal flower blossoms which looks beautiful in all the seasons.

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