Winchester Bible & Triforium Gallery
Jane Austen's Grave
Jane Austen, one of England's best-loved authors, is buried near the entrance in the cathedral's northern aisle. Austen died a stone's...
One of southern England's most awe-inspiring buildings, 11th-century Winchester Cathedral boasts a fine Gothic facade, one of the...
A people-centred canter through Winchester's past with jewellery, mosaics, sculpture, coins and tobacco tins charting a narrative from...
Winchester’s mustn’t-miss inn envelopes you in an endearingly eccentric embrace. Tankards and school canes hang from the ceiling; worn...
Ask for table with a view of Winchester's captivating Cathedral Green, soak up the mellow, old-inn atmosphere, then choose between...
Winchester Bible & Triforium Gallery information
As the biggest, brightest and best surviving 12th-century English bible, the dazzling Winchester Bible has vivid illuminated pages. It was commissioned in 1160, possibly by the grandson of William the Conqueror. The treasures in the Triforium Gallery include rare late-Saxon glass and a 15th-century Madonna and child, part of the medieval Great Screen. Admission is included with Winchester Cathedral.