To see what other places of interest there are in Hampshire visit Hampshire County Council.
House Library is a library for the study of women's
writing from 1600-1830.
village website. Everything you need to know about the
village of Chawton.
For places associated with Jane Austen,
Jane Austen", the guide to places associated with
How about a visit to the Grey
Friar pub, opposite to the house museum in Chawton village
When you have enjoyed Jane Austen's House
why not take a trip on the
Watercress Line (Mid-Hants Railway). It is shown on
our map and runs from Alton station.
French Horn pub and restaurant. One of the oldest in
Balloons. Hot air balloon flights in south Hampshire.
Out and about? The local area around Basingstoke
has a host of things to do. You can find out about them
Austen Society organises events in various parts of
the United Kingdom.
Austen Country Tour, for personal guided tour of places
known to Jane Austen in her early life.
Go to www.bedandbreakfasts.co.uk
and type "Chawton" in the search box to find a
place to stay in our area.
Steventon has many associations with Jane Austen. She lived in the Rectory and was baptised in the church. The North Waltham, Steventon, Ashe & Deane History Society provides an interesting guide to the church and other relevant information.
The Jane Austen Society of North America (JASNA) has over 3,700 members in the USA and Canada and organises regional and national events.
The Jane Austen Society of Australia has well over 400 members centred in Sydney but covering other parts of Australia. The Jane Austen Society of Melbourne covers Victoria.
The Jane Austen Centre in Bath is a permanent exhibition of Jane's connections with Bath.
For a wealth of references to everything Jane Austen, visit Mitsuharu Matsuoka's Jane Austen site.
For more information about her novels and
the films visit The
Republic of Pemberley.
Place Bistro (and Froggie's Bar for lighter meals) is
a quality French restaurant and bar in the Square in Winchester
not far from where Jane lived in the city.
Storyline Journeys invites you to rediscover the literary greats, such as Jane Austen, through theatrical performances in their former homes. In addition there are presentations and talks given by biographers and descendants of the great authors.