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Route 69 from Stagecoach South

Winchester to Bishops Waltham & Fareham

A sublime journey through quaint Hampshire villages, towns & countryside from Winchester & Fareham.

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A sublime journey through quaint Hampshire villages, towns & countryside from Winchester & Fareham.

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Places to visit & see along the route


Winchester »

Modern day visitors to Winchester in the county of Hampshire can’t help but soak in the history as they wander through the ancient streets of this small city. Few however may realise that some of Winchester’s first settlers arrived there more than 2,000 years ago.

From world class attractions and architecture such as Winchester Catheral, unrivaled shopping and delicious dining, to countryside trails for walking and cycling – there’s plenty to do in and around Winchester.

St Cross

St Cross »

A 10 minute bus journey from the city centre will see you arrive in the beautiful Winchester suburb of St Cross.

Set in open meadow land to the south of the city, the Hospital of St Cross was founded in the 1130´s by Bishop Henry of Blois.

Close by, a dramatic 220ft climb up St Catherine’s Hill’s wooden stairs reveals showstopping views of Winchester city, as well as the Itchen Valley floodplains and the downland it nestles in.

Marwell Zoo

Marwell Zoo

Located near Winchester, Marwell Zoo is a member of Hampshire’s top attractions and is one of the best things to do in Hampshire.

The 140-acre wildlife park is home to hundreds of animals from endangered Amur tigers, snow leopards and white rhinos to giraffes, hippos and penguins – you’re in for a wild time!

Visit the Marwell Zoo website for more information and to book your tickets.

Route 69 only serves Marwell Zoo on Sundays and Bank Holidays during the summer. Check timetable for more details.

Bishop's Waltham

Bishop's Waltham »

Bishop’s Waltham is a medieval market town situated at the source of the River Hamble in Hampshire, England.

It is home to the ruins of Bishop’s Waltham Palace, a Scheduled Ancient Monument under English Heritage management, and a well-preserved high street with many listed buildings which now house independent shops.



Wickham is an enchanting town, steeped in history, full of character and surrounded by the beautiful countryside of Hampshire’s Meon Valley.

Although only a stone’s throw away from the larger towns of Winchester, Southampton and Portsmouth, Wickham offers the visitors something quite different; intriguing, independent shops, an enviable variety of eateries, serene water meadows, fascinating historical buildings and for walkers, cyclists and horse riders, the Meon Valley Trail.


Fareham »

The lively market town of Fareham lies halfway between the cities of Southampton and Portsmouth.

It combines a High Street made up of characterful, historical buildings and a modern pedestrianised central shopping area. Boasting around 300 shops, plentiful cafes, restaurants and pubs, a wide range of business services and a lively entertainment scene, there is plenty to enjoy.

The town offers a great mix of modern attractions with an important historical architectural background.

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