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King John's House & Heritage Centre

King Johns House Church Street, Romsey SO51 8BT, England
+44 1794 512200
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Simple but cute

Been to this place a few times with the kids...always a bit of fun and history facts involved... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
cannav0
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Romsey, United Kingdom
Interesting place to visit

There is a lot packed into a small place, the history of King John, and the Moody family, as well... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Karen G
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Brackley, United Kingdom
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“tea room” (22 reviews)
“tea shop” (5 reviews)
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Hours Today: 10:00 - 16:00
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King Johns House Church Street, Romsey SO51 8BT, England
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+44 1794 512200
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Been to this place a few times with the kids...always a bit of fun and history facts involved . Romsey is great too

Thank cannav0
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

There is a lot packed into a small place, the history of King John, and the Moody family, as well as a lovely garden. The entrance fee is reasonable and appropriate to the size of the museum.

Thank Karen G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Opposite Romsey Abbey is this small but interesting museum. The reasonable entry fee entitles you to 12 months re-entry. The staff were very friendly and encouraged us to try on the very heavy chainmail armour. The bone 'cobbles' was very unusual although a little creepy!...More

Thank CrystalShadow
Reviewed 15 July 2017

A friend & I called in here as it had been recommended & we weren't disappointed. It's old world charm was evident as soon as we entered with the thick walls, low beams & creaking floorboards! There was considerable historic information...all very interesting plus the...More

Thank Jebelslaves
Reviewed 11 July 2017

a lovely exhibition of local information, always nice when there's a show of sorts on last Art exhibition was worth the visit Tea room with friendly staff (thanks Julia!) homemade cakes etc

Thank Angela E
Reviewed 30 June 2017

In the actual King John's House, not the tearoom -- there is a perspex covering over a section of medieval floor that is made of thousands of bones from cows and horses. Then look up and discover the most wonderful beams and roof timbers of...More

Thank Charles H
Reviewed 23 May 2017

Just delightful. Splendid lunch in calm and historic surroundings in the centre of this loverly town.

Thank H and A B
Reviewed 23 May 2017

This is a pleasant old fashioned tea room that does simple lunches, coffee and cake. On a fine day you can sit in the garden, which is enjoyable. The service is friendly and prompt, the lemon sponge tastes of lemon and they are even generous...More

Thank 845JennyF
Reviewed 17 May 2017

Our coffee stop was a lovely surprise an old-fashioned tea house china cups, all profits go to King Johns Center. Service and tea cakes with jam lovely, after we went upstairs to see the museum was very interesting

Thank rogthehat
Reviewed 30 April 2017

This is a lovely little tearoom, stepping back in time, embroidered table cloths and bone china tea pots and cups and saucers. The cream tea was lovely. A bit off the beaten track from the town centre, but well worth a visit.

Thank Orchid2216
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Sheriff999
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Response from CeeWest | Reviewed this property |
Too late for this person but for future reference: The house and garden is open all year (from their website: 'Monday – Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm all year round. Some Sundays for special events'.) The weather would definitely... More
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