Things To Do in Salisbury On A Sunny Day
If the sun is shining you’ll probably want to be outside! Here, we’ve put some ideas for sunny days in Salisbury:
Explore our local parks
On a sunny day in Salisbury there’s no better place to be than in one of our local parks. Families will love Queen Elizabeth Gardens with play park and riverside walks – a great spot for a picnic too or enjoy a game of tennis at Victoria Park.
Relax in our gardens
For a tranquil spot, away from the bustling city centre the gardens of the Rifles Military Museum offer a peaceful haven overlooking the river Avon. Alongside the Rifles is Arundells, the former home of Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath. The gardens of Arundells open to the public at various times and like the Rifles, these offer riverside views.
Also within the Cathedral Close, Mompesson House has a small walled garden complete with tea room. Try a spot of croquet on the lawn or simply enjoy a drink and some National Trust cake!
Visit the Cathedral Close
With lawned areas and beautiful architecture, stroll around the Cathedral Close and soak up the atmosphere of this special place.
Enjoy alfresco dining
Sit out in the Market Place at one of our pubs or cafes – many of which offer alfresco dining, perfect for sunny days. Places offering outside dining include: Leonardo’s, The Ox Row Inn, The Market Inn and Bill’s restaurant to name a few.
Closer to the Cathedral there’s Cranes Wine Bar with outdoor terrace and conservatory and the Cathedral Close makes an ideal spot for a picnic.
Hire a bike
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