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Westonbirt Arboretum

Westonbirt The National Arboretum

Arboretum with over 16,000 rare and beautiful trees, all set in 600 glorious, easy-to-stroll Cotswold acres

Fonthill estate archway

Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB)

Explore a nationally protected landscape, the 6th largest in the Country and one of the most rural. Escape the hustle and bustle of urban life to wild open spaces, beautiful chalk down land, and...

Lower Moor Farm

Lower Moor

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...

Enchanted – The Magic of Nature

Enchanted – The Magic of Nature

From dark and decadent to earthy and ethereal this exhibition presents nature at its most magical. Gold, silver and other precious metals prevail in the work of local artists and designers who...

Cricklade North Meadow (National Nature Reserve)

Cricklade North Meadow (National Nature Reserve)

Cricklade North meadow is an old hay meadow which is now part of the National Nature Reserve and a Site of Special Scientific Interest. It is most famous for it snakes head fritillaries which come...

Salisbury Cathedral

Salisbury Cathedral and Magna Carta

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...

Lacock Abbey, Village and Fox Talbot Museum

Lacock Abbey, Village and Fox Talbot Museum

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

Stonehenge

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.

Old Sarum, © English Heritage

Old Sarum

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...

Avebury Stone Circle at Dusk, Misty Setting

Avebury Stone Circle and Avebury Manor and Garden

The pretty village of Avebury nestles within the Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site.  Recognised for its globally important Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments, here you’ll find the world’s...

Old Wardour Castle

Old Wardour Castle

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...

The Merchant's House Marlborough

The Merchant's House

The Merchant's House - a glorious restoration of a 17th century silk merchant's house. The 17th century style town garden is a hidden gem, voted Garden of the Year 2009 by Wiltshire Life magazine.

Great Chalfield Manor (C) National Trust Images

Great Chalfield Manor

Restored manor-house, c1480, next to contemporary small parish church. Great hall, screen and contemporary mural portrait of the builder. Alfred Parsons designed the gardens

Wilton Windmill near Marlborough, Wiltshire.

Wilton Windmill

Built in 1821, fully restored as a working windmill. Stoneground flour generally available for sale.

Marlborough (C) Marlborough Town Council

Marlborough

Looking to visit the amazing town of Marlborough?...If so, click here to get the latest Marlborough tourist information direct from the official Wiltshire tourism site!

Riding with Pewsey Vale Riding Centre

Pewsey Vale Riding Centre

One of the largest riding centres in Wiltshire with stabling for over ninety horses. Facilities include a large indoor school, two full size outdoor menage, cross country course, lecture room, shower...

Chalke Valley History Festival

Daily Mail Chalke Valley History Festival

The Chalke Valley History Festival is a true celebration of the past. Offering a unique blend of talks, discussions & debates alongside a vast living history through-the-ages encampment and stunning...

Marlborough College Summer School

Marlborough College Summer School

This extremely popular multi-generational learning experience will take place over four weeks from 9 July to 5 August 2017.

Larmer Tree Festival

Larmer Tree Festival

Larmer Tree Festival returns to its beautiful home on the Cranbourne Chase 18th – 21st July, and the line-up set to be the most exciting yet! Mercury Prize winner Kate Tempest is topping the...

Great British Food Festival 2019

Great British Food Festival 2019

More than ‘just another food Festival’, The Great British Food Festival combines the nation’s love of great food and drink with some of the country’s most treasured locations, providing a unique...

Timeless Wonders

Salisbury Cathedral

Salisbury Cathedral and Magna Carta

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...

Lacock Abbey, Village and Fox Talbot Museum

Lacock Abbey, Village and Fox Talbot Museum

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

Stonehenge

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.

Old Sarum, © English Heritage

Old Sarum

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...

Avebury Stone Circle at Dusk, Misty Setting

Avebury Stone Circle and Avebury Manor and Garden

The pretty village of Avebury nestles within the Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site.  Recognised for its globally important Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments, here you’ll find the world’s...

Timeless Nature

Westonbirt Arboretum

Westonbirt The National Arboretum

Arboretum with over 16,000 rare and beautiful trees, all set in 600 glorious, easy-to-stroll Cotswold acres

Fonthill estate archway

Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB)

Explore a nationally protected landscape, the 6th largest in the Country and one of the most rural. Escape the hustle and bustle of urban life to wild open spaces, beautiful chalk down land, and...

Lower Moor Farm

Lower Moor

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...

Enchanted – The Magic of Nature

Enchanted – The Magic of Nature

From dark and decadent to earthy and ethereal this exhibition presents nature at its most magical. Gold, silver and other precious metals prevail in the work of local artists and designers who...

Cricklade North Meadow (National Nature Reserve)

Cricklade North Meadow (National Nature Reserve)

Cricklade North meadow is an old hay meadow which is now part of the National Nature Reserve and a Site of Special Scientific Interest. It is most famous for it snakes head fritillaries which come...

Timeless Places

Old Wardour Castle

Old Wardour Castle

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...

The Merchant's House Marlborough

The Merchant's House

The Merchant's House - a glorious restoration of a 17th century silk merchant's house. The 17th century style town garden is a hidden gem, voted Garden of the Year 2009 by Wiltshire Life magazine.

Great Chalfield Manor (C) National Trust Images

Great Chalfield Manor

Restored manor-house, c1480, next to contemporary small parish church. Great hall, screen and contemporary mural portrait of the builder. Alfred Parsons designed the gardens

Wilton Windmill near Marlborough, Wiltshire.

Wilton Windmill

Built in 1821, fully restored as a working windmill. Stoneground flour generally available for sale.

Marlborough (C) Marlborough Town Council

Marlborough

Looking to visit the amazing town of Marlborough?...If so, click here to get the latest Marlborough tourist information direct from the official Wiltshire tourism site!

Timeless Pleasures

Riding with Pewsey Vale Riding Centre

Pewsey Vale Riding Centre

One of the largest riding centres in Wiltshire with stabling for over ninety horses. Facilities include a large indoor school, two full size outdoor menage, cross country course, lecture room, shower...

Chalke Valley History Festival

Daily Mail Chalke Valley History Festival

The Chalke Valley History Festival is a true celebration of the past. Offering a unique blend of talks, discussions & debates alongside a vast living history through-the-ages encampment and stunning...

Marlborough College Summer School

Marlborough College Summer School

This extremely popular multi-generational learning experience will take place over four weeks from 9 July to 5 August 2017.

Larmer Tree Festival

Larmer Tree Festival

Larmer Tree Festival returns to its beautiful home on the Cranbourne Chase 18th – 21st July, and the line-up set to be the most exciting yet! Mercury Prize winner Kate Tempest is topping the...

Great British Food Festival 2019

Great British Food Festival 2019

More than ‘just another food Festival’, The Great British Food Festival combines the nation’s love of great food and drink with some of the country’s most treasured locations, providing a unique...

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    Marvellous May! May brings warmth and colour back into lives again and here a few things you can do in Wiltshire to celebrate Spring and usher in the summer months. 

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    Looking to visit the amazing town of Marlborough?...If so, click here to get the latest Marlborough tourist information direct from the official Wiltshire tourism site!
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The new Dynamic Map functionality gives you the option to combine different product categories in a search and display on the map e.g. accommodation, attractions, activities, food and drink etc. Click on the map to see more.

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Wyndham Park Lodge

Wyndham Park Lodge

Large Victorian house, welcoming, family-run establishment. Close to city centre. Ideal for guests...

The Oldest Purpose Built Hotel in England

The Old Bell Hotel

A Grade I Listed building claiming to be England's most ancient hotel c1220, luxury bedrooms with...

The Anglesea Room

Troutbeck Guest House

This Michelin-starred country pub has a national reputation for serving outstanding food in a...

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Salisbury International Arts Festival

Make the most of a visit to Salisbury this June

The days are long and the nights short, what better time to come and visit Salisbury than in midsummer. There’s plenty to see and do in and around our city during June but here are some of the highlights that you might like to come along to…

Fun Things to do in Wiltshire  May 2019 Half Term!

Fun Things to do in Wiltshire May 2019 Half Term!

We know that with so many holidays close together it’s difficult to plan activities for all the family to enjoy.  So, if you have nothing organised as yet, we have put together some ideas to help you feel inspired and make time for Wiltshire. 

The Old Mill at Harnham

Five places to enjoy some alfresco dining in Salisbury

When it’s a warm day, what’s better than to sit outside over a lazy lunch with a glass of something chilled? If the weather’s looking promising then why not check out some of the following spots where you can enjoy some alfresco dining in and around Salisbury.

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7 reasons you may just want to visit Salisbury this May

As the spring months continue, May will hopefully bring with it warmer weather and plenty of opportunities to get out and about exploring Salisbury and the surrounding area. If you need some inspiration on what’s on an what there is to see this month then take a look at the following seven reasons…

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