** [[City of Winchester]], the local government district containing Winchester
*[[Winchester, Winnebago County, Wisconsin]]
*Henry of Winchester (1207-1271), who would become King [[Henry III of England]]
*Henry of Winchester (1101-1171), also known as [[Henry of Blois]], the Bishop of Winchester
*[[Simon Winchester]] (born 1944), author and journalist
*[[William Wirt Winchester]] (1838-1881), son of Oliver Winchester
*[[Major Charles Emerson Winchester III]], a character in the television series ''M*A*S*H''
*[[Dean Winchester]], a character in the television series ''Supernatural''
*[[Sam Winchester]], a character in the television series ''Supernatural''
*[[Winchester (bottle)]], a type of glass bottle used in laboratories for the storage of corrosive chemicals
==Computers and software==
*Winchester, codename for an Athlon 64 processor; see [[Athlon 64#Winchester .2890.C2.A0nm_SOI.29]]
*"Winchester disk", an alternative term for "hard disk" originating from the codename of the IBM 3340 hard disk; see [[Early IBM disk storage#IBM 3340]]
*[[V.35]] or Winchester connector, an ITU-T standard for wideband modems located on layer 1 on the OSI model; see [[ITU-T V-Series Recommendations#Wideband modems]]
*''The Winchester'', an English pub in the movie ''[[Shaun of The Dead]]''
*''[[Winchester '73]]'', an American Western movie released in 1950 starring James Stewart
*The [[Book of Winchester]], also known as the Domesday Book, the record of the great survey of England completed in 1086 for William I
*[[HMS Winchester|HMS ''Winchester'']], a name used seven times for Royal Navy warships from 1693–1946
*[[USS Winchester (SP-156)|USS ''Winchester'' (SP-156)]], a United States Navy patrol vessel in commission from 1917–1919
*[[SR.N6|SR.N6 ''Winchester]], the class name for the military BHC SR.N6
*[[Winchester Mystery House]], a well-known mansion in San Jose, California, that is now a tourist attraction