Plan the perfect Jane Austen pilgrimage to Steventon, Bath, Chawton, Winchester, and London. Find out what books to read, where to go, and how to get there.
Jane Austen’s final resting place can be found at Winchester Cathedral. Although her grave does not mention her writing career, later erected memorials do.
Visit Winchester Great Hall to find out why King Arthur’s Round Table hangs on the wall and which monarch had it painted with his own likeness.
Visit the Jane Austen’s House Museum in Chawton where Jane lived with her sister and mother on her brother’s property. Then walk to the Chawton House Library to trace Jane’s path to her brother’s inherited home. Take tea at Cassandra’s Cup and stay in the Chawton Garden House Airbnb.