Things To Do in Wiltshire
Where else in the UK will you find England’s first safari park, the highest concentration of prehistoric sites in Europe and the UK’s tallest cathedral spire?
It’s got to be Wiltshire of course! We’ve lots of amazing things to do in Wiltshire, find out more below…
We’ve a wealth of history and heritage here in Wiltshire with the World Heritage Site of Avebury and Stonehenge for a start.
There are eight White Horse chalk figures on display on our hillsides, old settlements like Old Sarum, a National Trust village at Lacock and some stunning historic houses and gardens including the famous Stourhead gardens.
You can learn more about the history of our county on a visit to one of our many museums too, search for more things to do in Wiltshire by using the search box on the right hand side of this page.
We’ve ample walking and cycling routes, excellent fishing lakes and streams, horse riding trails and centres and some more high adrenalin activities such as skydiving and ballooning too.
Wiltshire is home to Longleat Adventure and Safari Park, voted the UK’s number 1 safari park! See the stingrays or see if you can drive through Monkey Kingdom and feed giraffes.
We also have farm parks, a maize maze, adventure playgrounds and a butterfly world, all in all there are some fantastic family-friendly things to do in Wiltshire. Discover more by exploring our website.
From small towns with independent shops through to the Designer Outlet at Swindon, there are plenty of opportunities to shop in Wiltshire. Find out more on our shopping pages.
Why not make it a short break?
As you can see above, there is so many things to do in Wiltshire, there is absolutely no way you will be able to do them all in one day. So, instead of rushing yourself trying to fit as much as possible into a few hours, why not make a small break out of it?
To help you get off the ground, below is a collection of links to the most popular pages on the site.
Here you will be able to find out more information such as accommodation, attractions, events, places to eat aswell as the latest travel information.
Last but not least, before you plan any trip, it is always a good idea to get the latest travel information.
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