Things To Do in Wiltshire
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Abbey Church Yard, Bath
Visit the heart of the World Heritage Site. Around Britain's only hot spring, the Romans built a magnificent temple and bathing complex that still flows with natural hot water.
Based in the village of Lacock near Chippenham, Whitehall Garden Centre has one of the largest collections of outdoor plants in the south west as well as an award winning gift department.
Sutton Veny, Warminster
Old St Leonard's was abandoned in the 1860s when a new church was built. It is now partially ruined and only the chancel (previously used as a mortuary chapel) still has its roof. The chancel contains some interesting artefacts including benefaction
It doesn’t matter whether you are interested in nature, history or geology, or just want to see some breath-taking views; you’ll find it all at Cheddar Gorge & Caves.
Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival presents a wonderful array of spectacular events. Classical and world music share the limelight with international theatre, dance, film, visual arts, children’s events and free outdoor events.
Feed giraffes by hand, walk on the wild side with lemurs and get up close with many of Africa and Asia’s majestic animals - This is just a fraction of what’s on offer at the UK’s No.1 Safari Park.
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.
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 Carta and Europe’s oldest working clock.
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.
Open bodies of water are a rarity in south Wiltshire making Langford Lakes nature reserve an attractive stopping off point for a host of wild birds, and those who enjoy bird watching.