Three Cups Hotel, Lyme Regis, where Jane and her family once stayed. J.R.R. Tolkein also spent several holidays here.
The house in Winchester where Jane spent her final days.
Steventon rectory, which is no longer standing. Jane was born in Steventon
13 Queen Street. Jane stayed here briefly with her brother Edward's family for the summer in 1799
4 Sydney Place, Bath where the Austens lived from 1801-1805. Though they left it in summers to visit the seaside
1 The Paragon in Bath where Mr Leigh Perrot, Mrs Austen's brother lived. Jane stayed here with her mother in 1801 whilst house-hunting in Bath for the move from Steventon
25 Gay Street where Jane and her sister and mother moved after her father's death
Drawing of the Pump Room, Bath by Palmer. Originally called the Lower Rooms.
Assembly Rooms, Bath. Jane herself attended the rooms. Known in Jane's time as the Upper Rooms
Plaque dedicated to Jane at 4 Sydney Place, Bath. Jane lived here with her father, mother and sister from 1801 - 1805.