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Top Things to Do in London (Southampton), England, from a Cruise Ship - Created by BoostVacations.com Staff

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Monks Brook

Monks Brook is a river in the English county of Hampshire. It is a tributary of the River Itchen, which it joins at a medieval salmon pool in Swaythling. The brook is formed from seven streams that rise in the chalky South Downs, with the official source of Monks Brook being known as Bucket's Corner.

Mayflower Theatre

The Mayflower Theatre (formerly the Gaumont) is a Grade II listed theatre, in the city centre of Southampton, United Kingdom, with a capacity of 2,300. It features West End theatre shows when they tour the UK. The theatre opened on 22 December 1928, as The Empire Theatre, part of the Moss Empire theatre group.

Solent Sky - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

It depicts the history of aviation in Southampton, the Solent area and Hampshire. There is special focus on the Supermarine aircraft company, based in Southampton, and its most famous products, the Supermarine S.6 seaplane and the Supermarine Spitfire, designed by R. J. Mitchell.

Titanic Engineers' Memorial, Southampton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Titanic Engineers' Memorial is a memorial in East (Andrews) Park, Southampton, United Kingdom, to the engineers who died in the RMS Titanic disaster on 15 April 1912. The bronze and granite memorial was originally unveiled by Sir Archibald Denny, president of the Institute of Marine Engineers on 22 April 1914.

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Southampton Tudor House and Garden

Southampton Tudor House and Garden is a historic building, museum, tourist attraction, and Grade I listed building in the Old Town of Southampton, England. Established as Southampton's first museum in 1912, the house was closed for nine years between 2002 and 2011 during an extensive renovation.

St Mary's Stadium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The stadium has also held film premieres for movies such as Casino Royale, as well as music concerts by Elton John in 2005 and Bon Jovi in 2006. There was a tribute to Elvis Presley in August 2007 and Southampton fan Craig David played at St Mary's on 25 October 2007, although neither in the main bowl of the stadium.

Picturehouse Cinemas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Picturehouse Cinemas is a network of art house cinemas in the United Kingdom, operated by Picturehouse Cinemas Ltd and owned by Cineworld. The company also runs its own film distribution company, Picturehouse Entertainment.

Southampton Old Cemetery

Southampton Old Cemetery is a cemetery located in Southampton, England. The cemetery has had various titles including The Cemetery by the Common, Hill Lane Cemetery and is currently known as Southampton Old Cemetery. An Act of Parliament was required in 1843 to acquire the land from Southampton Common.

SS Shieldhall

SS Shieldhall is a preserved steamship that operates from Southampton. She spent her working life as one of the "Clyde sludge boats", making regular trips from Shieldhall in Glasgow, Scotland, down the River Clyde and Firth of Clyde past the Isle of Arran, to dump treated sewage sludge at sea.

Southampton Common - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Southampton Common is a large open space to the north of the city centre of Southampton, England. It is bounded by the districts of Shirley, Bassett, Highfield and Portswood. The area supports a large variety of wildlife, including the largest recorded population of the internationally rare great crested newt.

Bitterne Park - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bitterne Park Ward includes the suburbs of Bitterne Park, Bitterne Manor, Midanbury and Townhill Park, and had a population of 13,276 at the 2001 Census. The ward is bounded by Bevois, Portswood and Swaythling wards across the River Itchen to the west, and Harefield and Peartree wards to the east.

Manor Farm Country Park

Manor Farm Country Park, formerly Upper Hamble Country Park, runs along the west bank of the River Hamble between the villages of Botley and Bursledon in Hampshire at grid reference . It is a Local Nature Reserve. The park first opened in 1979. In 1984, the Manor Farm museum was opened.

SeaCity Museum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The SeaCity Museum is a museum in Southampton, England, which opened on 10 April 2012 to mark the centenary of RMS Titanic's departure from the city. It is housed within the Grade II* listed civic centre building which previously housed the magistrates' court and police station.

St. Michael's Church, Southampton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Following the Norman Conquest of England, the town of Southampton was moved west from the original Saxon settlement of Hamwic, around the older St. Mary's Church, to higher ground closer to the River Test. Archaeological evidence has dated the foundation of the church at 1070 and the church was dedicated to St.

Southampton City Art Gallery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Thousands of visitors explore the exhibitions and displays every month and, through a programme of educational activities, Southampton City Art Gallery provides opportunities for greater access, involvement and understanding of art for people of all ages. The gallery's educational service works closely with a range of professional visual artists, including Melanie Rose, Debra Marsh, Jo Bresloff and Alastair Eales.

Holyrood Church

Holyrood Church (or Holy Rood Church) was one of the original five churches serving the old walled town of Southampton, England. Built in 1320, the church was destroyed by enemy bombing during the blitz in November 1940. In 1957 the shell of the church was dedicated as a memorial to the sailors of the Merchant Navy.

Southampton town walls

Southampton's town walls are a sequence of defensive structures built around the town in southern England. Although earlier Roman and Anglo-Saxon settlements around Southampton had been fortified with walls or ditches, the later walls originate with the move of the town to the current site in the 10th century.

Mayfield Park, Southampton

Mayfield Park is a recreational area straddling Woolston and Weston in Southampton, England. The stream that runs through the park is the boundary between the two districts of modern Southampton. The park is owned and maintained by Southampton City Council. It was previously part of the Chamberlayne family's Weston Grove estate.

The Brickworks

Bursledon Brickworks Industrial Museum - The UKs only Victorian steam powered brickworks