This permanent exhibition was installed in 2010 to mark the bicentenary decade of Jane Austen’s heyday. The exhibition is situated beside her grave and tells the story of Jane’s life in Hampshire: her birth and childhood in Steventon, her writing and life in Chawton, and her final few weeks and death in Winchester.
The exhibition is open during Cathedral visiting hours, and visitors will be able to enjoy the rest of the Cathedral’s treasures during their visit. Cathedral admission fees apply. Please check opening times before making a special visit.
If making a special, visit please check the Cathedral closures.