Top 10 Things to do For Free in Salisbury
We all know that holidays can be an expensive time - particularly if you are travelling as a family - so we have put together a list of fantastic things to see and do, all of which are completely without charge - sometimes the best things in life really are free!
- Attend choral evensong at Salisbury Cathedral - this takes place every day and is a concert in itself, open to all
- Visit Stonehenge's secret sister, Woodhenge - a late Neolithic or early bronze age monument situated between Larkhill and Amesbury
- Walk from Salisbury to Old Sarum via the path along the river and enjoy the magnificent views from the outer bailey
- Stroll around Salisbury's medieval city centre or Cathedral Close and admire the huge variety of architecture
- Visit the Fovant Badges - replicas of regimental cap badges carved into the hillside in memory of servicemen lost in World War 1
- Spend the day bird watching at Wiltshire Wildlife Trust's Langford Lakes Nature Reserve
- Enjoy the programme of live music which takes place in Queen Elizabeth Gardens from June to August each year
- Get on your bike and follow one of the many cycle routes around the area's beautiful countryside
- Take part in guided walks and visits as part of the annual Heritage Open Days programme each September
- Visit Downton Moot - an 18th century landscape garden in a lovely setting beside the River Avon
For further information on these and many more things to see and do, telephone Salisbury Information Centre on +44 (0) 1722 342860 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Stonehenge stands impressively as a prehistoric monument of unique importance, a World Heritage Site, surrounded by remains of ceremonial and...