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Botley

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Botley is a picturesque village on the River Hamble with historic buildings, including a 19th century Market Hall in the High Street. The village is ½ mile from the station and buses to Bishop's Waltham (see below) stop in the High Street about 2 minutes before passing the station.
www.botley.com

Botley map

Bishop's Waltham by bus

The historic market town of Bishop's Waltham has some remarkably well preserved medieval buildings in the High Street housing a range of independent shops.
www.lovebishopswaltham.com
Bus X9 from station (and Botley High Street) to Bishop's Waltham Square, 18 minutes journey, M-F hourly, Sat 2-hourly. Operated by Xelabus. Buses also operate from Fareham and Winchester.

Bishop's Waltham Palace EH by bus

The impressive ruins of a medieval palace used by the bishops of Winchester, set in attractive grounds. The lodging range became a farmhouse and now houses the town's museum. Admission free.
Open Apr-Sep, Daily 1000-1800. Oct-Mar, SSu 1000-1600.
www.english-heritage.org.uk/bishopswaltham
Bus see above.

Bishop's Waltham Museum by bus

Situated in the attractive grounds of Bishop's Waltham Palace the museum covers the social history of the town plus displays by English Heritage about the Palace. Admission free, donations welcomed.
Open May-Sep, SSu 1200-1600.
www.bishopswaltham.net
Bus see above.

Bishop's Waltham map