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Remains of the 12th and 14th century palace, begun by Bishop Henry of Blois, brother of King Stephen.
Even by the standards of the powerful medieval Bishops of Winchester, Bishop's Waltham in Hampshire was a grand residence. Set within attractive grounds, they include the impressive three-storey tower and the fine windows of the great hall built by William of Wykeham, bishop from 1367 and founder of Winchester College and New College, Oxford. The palace's lodging range later became a farmhouse and its ground floor now houses the Bishop's Waltham Town Museum.
Grounds open daily throughout the summer and at the weekend in the winter. The Farmhouse Museum is open on selected dates