Situated on the banks of the River Anton, the Hampshire county town of Andover was a major mill town at the time of the Industrial Revolution and still boasts a few original water-mills to this day.
This charming market town has a plethora of elegant buildings in and around its centre, particularly facing onto the market square. Adjacent to the square is the town's bustling high street that is home to many historic sights as well as a wide array of shops and cafes, giving it a pleasing atmosphere popular with shoppers and sightseers alike.
The town itself has a heritage dating back over two thousand years and one of its major attractions is the Museum of the Iron Age, home to many fascinating ancient Celtic and Roman artefacts from the surrounding region, particularly the famous Danebury Ring that lies nearby.
Read more about Andover in the About Andover section.