Stourhead estate on the Wiltshire-Somerset border is the perfect day out for everyone. A breathtaking 18th century landscape garden with lakeside walks, grottoes and classical temples is only the...
Owned by Wiltshire Wildlife Trust, the Lower Moor Farm complex is a landscape of fascinating contrasts, a mosaic of wetlands linked together by boardwalks, woodland and meadows. The meadows here have...
Downland Walking offers guided walking and map-reading workshops. The walks take in the beautiful countryside around Salisbury and Amesbury 'the home of Stonehenge'.
Set in 40 square miles of Wiltshire and Gloucestershire countryside, this unique area known as the Cotswold Water Park has something for everyone – from watersports, birdwatching, excellent angling,...
Be inspired by this magnificent medieval cathedral surrounded by 8 acres of lawn and historic architecture. This living church boasts Britain’s tallest spire and is home to the finest original Magna...
Looking to visit the amazing town of Lacock?...If so, click here to get the latest Lacock tourist information direct from the official Wiltshire tourism site!
Stonehenge stands impressively as a prehistoric monument of unique importance, a World Heritage Site, surrounded by remains of ceremonial and domestic structures - some older than the monument itself.
Discover the story of the original Salisbury with a day out to Old Sarum, 2 miles north of where the city stands now. The mighty Iron Age hill fort was where the first cathedral once stood and...
Queen Anne house with magnificent plasterwork, fine oak staircase, period furniture and important collection of drinking glasses. Tranquil walled garden with tea room for light lunches and cream teas.
The oldest working steam-powered beam engines in the world still performing the job they were built to do - pumping water into the Kennet & Avon Canal. Static viewing every day in season with café,...
The 14th-century St Mary’s lies down a pretty wooded lane near the river Biss, on one of the many walking paths to the Westbury White Horse. This delightful little church is approached through a...
Looking to visit the amazing town of Ludgershall?...If so, click here to get the latest Ludgershall tourist information direct from the official Wiltshire tourism site!
Spend the day cruising along the Kennet & Avon Canal through the picturesque Wiltshire countryside aboard our 28-foot self-drive day boat, Jack Sparrow.
Forest Falconry was set up to give everyone the opportunity to experience the thrill of flying some of nature's most spectacular birds.
A Great Family Day Out, whatever the weather! Free Tractor Rides, Animal Feeding, Pets Corner, Animal Racing, Kids Craft, Indoor & Outdoor Adventure Play. Themed Events every School Holiday and...
The Museum tells the story of a thousand years of the history of Wiltshire’s County Town, from its Saxon estate, Medieval Castle and as the centre of West of England woollen cloth production in the...
Wiltshire has been a special place for a very long time and our World Heritage Site stands testament to the ages. Stonehenge and Avebury have a magnetism that has drawn people to them for centuries. But history in Wiltshire is not just ancient. Romans, Normans and Saxons have all left their mark on our countryside and towns. Come today and you can walk through time. Here in Wiltshire you can touch and feel the past.
On the ‘must see’ list alongside the World Heritage Site is the medieval city of Salisbury with its magnificent cathedral, Longleat and the National Trust’s gardens at Stourhead.
Wiltshire is an enchanted place where you feel close to the earth and the ever-changing big skies. Renowned for our iconic white horses carved into the rolling downs, almost half of Wiltshire is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there are numerous ways to enjoy our quintessentially English countryside, from walking, cycling and horse-riding to fishing, golf, canal boat trips and more.
Relax with friends and family while sampling our traditional Wiltshire specialities at tea shops, pubs and restaurants around the county. Enjoy a little retail therapy at the designer and factory outlets in Swindon and Wilton or browse the many independent retailers to be found in our charming market towns.
Wiltshire is a beautiful and diverse county with a thriving arts scene covering theatre, cinemas, arts centres and more. Our extensive programme of festivals and events draws on past times as well as the present.
Wiltshire today is calming, comforting and refreshing. A weekend here will help put back in what the rest of the week has taken out. So when you visit you can press pause and let time stand still. What’s more, Wiltshire is only an hour and a half, or less, from London.
Wiltshire is timeless wonders, timeless nature, timeless places and timeless pleasures. Now it’s your time to come and see us. It’s time to write your chapter in Wiltshire’s never ending story.