Hampshire History’s Picture Gallery

Hampshire History Picture Gallery is a selection of featured photos an images for you to browse.We hope you will enjoy the history of Hampshire through our pictures, which are free for all to enjoy and share.

  • Ancient trees of Hampshire
  • Anglo Saxon Corhampton
  • Bluebells in ancient woodland
  • Bramshill House
  • Beaulieu River
  • Charles Dickens Portsmouth
  • Families on the River Test
  • Glades of the New Forest
  • Hampshire Geese
  • Hampshire home of cricket
  • Hampshire small villages
  • Hurst Castle
  • Langstone Harbour
  • Chichester Harbour
  • Down to the old quay at Lymington
  • Fishing off the Hampshire coast
  • Obscure monuments in Hampshire Farleys Mount
  • Portsmouth Harbour
  • On the coast at Lepe
  • River Meon
  • River Meon at Warnford
  • Spice Island of Portsmouth
  • St Cross Winchester
  • The ancient byways of Hampshire
  • The Bridge Tavern Old Portsmouth
  • The Grange at Northington
  • The Hampshire Countryside
  • HMS Marlborough Gunwharf Quay
  • The River Test
  • The Test trout
  • Titchfield Place House
  • Tournai Fonts of Hampshire
  • Tudor House Southampton
  • Wellington and Strathfield Saye
  • Wherwell ancient village
  • Winchester Cathedral


Explore the ancient and historic County of Hampshire using our images and summaries. Designed with fast scrolling for mobiles and tablets, it gives an alternative way to scroll through our content. Most of the images used on this site are original photographs, taken by us in our ongoing quest to share the history of Hampshire with all. It is an ancient county and is blessed by being steeped in history from the earliest of times to our recent past.

Using the Hampshire picture photos and images

We hope you will enjoy the pictures, even if you are just passing by on the web. The articles these images are drawn from, are, of course, all accessible on this website. If you would like to use any of the  images for your own private project please feel free to do so. We simply ask that you give some citation to this project as the source and it would make us happy if you could tweet, like or make an appreciative comment on any of the major social networks. If you are an organisation or are running a project then please contact us via the Contact Page, we always try to respond as quickly as possible