Romsey Abbey is one of the finest examples of Norman architecture in Southern England. Dedicated to St Mary and St Ethelflæda, an Abbess of Romsey at the time of the first millennium, it is home to a thriving community of Christians.
Whether you plan to visit the Abbey, to attend a concert, to come to a Sunday service, a wedding, a christening or a funeral, we look forward to welcoming you in person. There are also ample opportunities for you to get involved in the daily life of the Abbey.
Revd. Canon Tim Sledge, Vicar of Romsey
Broadlands House is set on the River Test immediately to the South of Romsey and Viscount Palmerston employed Lancelot ("Capability") Brown to improve the mansion in 1767-8. Further alterations were made by Holland in 1788. Lord Palmerston, the Victorian Prime Minister was born here, and the house was the home of the late Earl Mountbatten of Burma.