Bitterne Local History Society
A Society dedicated to studying and researching the history of Southampton in general, but with particular reference to the City areas east of the River Itchen - Bitterne, Bitterne Park, Harefield, Itchen, Merry Oak, Midanbury, Peartree, Sholing, Thornhill, Townhill Park, Weston and Woolston.
City of Southampton Society
The Society encourages research of the heritage of the city and works in co-operation with other amenity societies. We encourage the good design in modern buildings and the lay out of the city and work to protect greens, open spaces and conservation areas.
The Friends of Town Quay Park
Town Quay Park is situated in the Old Town area of Southampton surrounded by the city’s medieval vaults and walls. It lies opposite Town Quay between Lower High Street and Bugle Street. The Friends of Town Quay Park (FTQP ) was formed in April 2010 in response to the potential threat of Southampton City Council selling the land for development.
Friends of Southampton's Museums, Archives and Art Galleries
Founded in 1977, FoSMAG is a registered charity dedicated to supporting this rich heritage by assisting and promoting the work of Southampton’s museums, archives and galleries. We not only provide practical help but also raise funds through a network of active and dedicated volunteer members.
Friends of Southampton Old Cemetery
FoSOC is a group of enthusiasts interested in the history, wildlife and maintenance of the Old Cemetery in Southampton
Friends of St.James' Park
A group of local residents formed the Friends of St.James' Park (FoSJP) in January 2006 to help improve St.James' Park for the community. The formal launch of FoSJP in April 2006 was a great success, and we now have a membership base of over 450 people - the largest group of its type in Southampton.
Hampshire Industrial Archaeological Society
HIAS is an active group with a current membership of about 100, interested in all aspects of Hampshire's Industrial Archaeology. Our activities have included surveys of mills, breweries, brickworks, etc., as well as restoration and preservation.
Medusa Trust
The Medusa Trust, a registered charity, exists to preserve HMS Medusa, ML1387, for future generations and use her to provide benefit to the public who can experience what it was like to be on a small naval vessel of WW2.
 Royal Observer Corps Museum
The Royal Observer Corps Museum is the national Museum of the ROC and has an unrivalled collection of photographs, documents, records, equipment, artifacts and memorabilia covering the history of the ROC from its formation in 1925 until final standdown in 1995.
S.S. Shieldhall
The "Shieldhall" is a Heritage ship included in the National Historic Fleet and is generally recognised to be the largest working steamship of her type in Britain and probably Europe.
Tug Tender Calshot Trust
The trust has been instrumental in ensuring the future of the ship. The restoration project began in 1997 by a group of dedicated volunteers
Southampton Art Society
The Southampton Art Society was founded in 1885 'to further the interests of artists in the Southampton area and to provide opportunities for them to exhibit their wirk. No longer confined to artists, it is now open to anyone with an interest in art.
Southampton Tourist Guides
STGA is the only official tour guiding organisation in Southampton. As a consortium of fully qualified tourist guides we dedicate ourselves to serving residents and visitors to the city and its surrounds in their quest to finding out what there is to know about this part of England's origins, history and culture.

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SeaCity Museum, Southampton
Solent Sky Museum, Southampton
Hampshire Genealogical Society
Tudor House Museum Southampton
Southampton Cruise Ship Schedule
Southampton City Council
Port Cities Southampton
Southampton Video Camera Club
The Hampshire Record Office
Hampshire Maritime Archaeological Society