A town, a district to a borough – all combined in one, Gosport in Hampshire has hardly 80,000 people as its residents. A place steeped in history this area has many attractions. To name a few, The Royal Navy Submarine Museum, Fort Brockhurst, Gosport Aviation Heritage Museum. The most interesting and attractive feature of this area is the Little Woodham, also known as “The 1642 Living History Village". It aims to teach both the kids and adults about the lifestyle of the 17th Century and allows the visitors to chat up with the villagers at certain fixed times in a particular year.
This place has 10 each of infants and junior schools, with primary schools that are 7 in number, 3 secondary schools as well as colleges so as to ensure that the residents of the place are properly educated.
With a super efficient railway system people can easily travel to and fro from this place without much difficulty or without facing any kind of problem. You can easily plan a weekend outing to this place if you are looking to bring about a change in your daily routine.
With a weather that remains optimistic throughout the year one can visit at their own convenience.