Gilbert White's House & the Oates Museum is a charming 18th Century House, home of the famous naturalist, the Rev. Gilbert White, the author of "The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne".
Over 20 acres of garden and parkland restored to how it would have looked in Gilbert White's day.
There is also an exhibition on Captain Lawrence Oates and his part in Scott's ill fated expedition to the South Pole in 1911.
Facilities include a tea parlour serving some 18th Century fare such as Homity Pie and Toasted Wigs.
Excellent Museum shop stocking unusual gifts.