Wymering Manor

Wymering Manor is a Grade II* listed building, which is reported to be the oldest in the city of Portsmouth, England, and was the manor house of Wymering, a settlement mentioned in the Domesday Book. It is first recorded in 1042, when it was owned by King Edward the Confessor. After the Battle of Hastings it became the property of King William the Conqueror, until 1084.

Venue Type:

Heritage site, Historic house or home

Opening hours

For details of events please look at our Facebook page.

For details of special events, please check out www.darkencounters.co.uk

Admission charges

Depends on event

Wymering Manor
Old Wymering Ln
Portsmouth
Hampshire
PO6 3NL
England

Website

http://www.wymeringmanortrust.com

E-mail

info@wymeringmanortrust.com

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