Group Travel To Wiltshire
Wiltshire is a perfect all-year round destination for groups. It is easily accessible from London, only 90 minutes and within two hours of the south coast, the Midlands and Wales.
Check out our 2017: It's Time for Wiltshire presentation.
If you plan to bring groups to Wiltshire please visit the pages below:
- Coach parking in Wiltshire
- Itinerary Ideas
- Accommodation for groups
- Attractions suitable for groups
- Book a Wiltshire Tour
- Useful Trade Contacts
Discover special places in Wiltshire where ancient monuments and country houses rub shoulders with glorious gardens and historic villages. Wiltshire has many charming market towns with independent shops, colourful markets and plenty places to eat and drink, making ideal coach stop off points.
Wiltshire is timeless wonders, timeless pleasures, timeless nature and timeless places.
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There are many benefits available to groups visiting Wiltshire - please look out for the following and request details when booking:
- Exclusive offers for groups
- Discounted attraction ticket prices / Free tickets for coach drivers and group organisers
- Discounted room rates for residential visits / Free rooms for coach drivers
- Free coach parking / easy access drop off points
- Discounted/free lunch vouchers for coach drivers
- Free Familiarisation visits
Familiarisation Visit - Wiltshire Secrets
Saturday 18 March - Monday 20 March 2017
Experience Wiltshire Secrets for your group this Spring
Ideal for group organisers this familiarisation visit will take you to see many of the 'hidden gems' in Wiltshire. After experiencing all these delights, at the end of the long weekend you will get a chance to 'book' the perfect package for your group.
For further information or to register your interest to attend the next VisitWiltshire Familiarisation visit please contact email@example.com, tel: 01722 341309 / 07436 588860.
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Arundells is the home of former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath, situated in Cathedral Close in Salisbury. Extensive personal collections of art, ceramics, political cartoons and sailing memorabilia, as well as a beautiful two-acre riverside garden.
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Camping & Caravan Site
The Closest Award winning CAMPSITE to Stonehenge World Heritage site. 15 Beautiful Pitches, 10 Luxury Hardstandings, 25 EHUs, Heated Shower block, Hot washing up area. Fantastic walking and local pubs. 600+ Reviews.
Known as the city in the countryside, Salisbury has it all: historic streets and alleyways, charming half-timbered buildings, traditional English eating houses and characterful shopping streets, not to mention a superb range of attractions.
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The Wyvern Theatre offers a mixed programme of concerts, comedy, dance, drama, musical theatre and local amateur productions. The theatre was opened by Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness Prince Phillip in September 1971.
Coach & Bus Tours
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Discover Wiltshire are a small tour company who specialise in trips and tours in and around Wiltshrie, we offer a detailed service completing all the hard work to allow you to enjoy Wiltshire.
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Originally erected 4,500 years ago, Avebury is the largest stone circle in the world. In the Old Farmyard you’ll find the Alexander Keiller Museum: your gateway to Avebury World Heritage Site. Make time to explore the 15thC manor house.
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The Fleet Air Arm Museum tells the story of the Royal Navy in the air as part of the National Museum of The Royal Navy and is uniquely housed at RNAS Yeovilton, the Royal Navy’s busy and fully operational air station.
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Discover gold from the time of Stonehenge, find out more about ancient Wiltshire, including the Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site. Plus displays and exhibitions exploring the history of Wiltshire from earliest times to the present.
NR BATH, Bath
Set in the picturesque valley of the River Frome, this impressive castle hides a sinister past.
Opening in 2017 the REME Museum displays the proud history of the Corps of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Wherever in the world the Army serves, there you will find REME.
Back for 2017 from 9th July to 5th August, Marlborough College Summer School has grown beyond compare into one of the largest multi-generational learning experiences of its kind.
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The unusual hexagonal ruins of Old Wardour Castle stand serenely in their lakeside setting, protected by acres of wood, making a picturesque setting for picnics. But their beguiling scene of rural tranquillity masks a bloodthirsty past.
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Family friendly, self guided Visitor Centre and interactive exhibition – Free entry
On-site Sample bar with five cask ales on draught. 1/3 pint samples can be purchased.
Traditional pub games are available to play in the bar.