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Stately Homes & Gardens in Salisbury

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  1. Add Salisbury Cathedral and Magna Carta to your Itinerary

    Salisbury Cathedral and Magna Carta

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    Cathedral/Minster

    Salisbury Cathedral is unique in being built almost entirely in one architectural style, Early English Gothic. Be inspired by the tranquillity of one of Britain’s finest medieval cathedrals.

  2. Add Arundells to your Itinerary

    Arundells

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    Historic House/Palace

    Arundells is the home of former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath, situated in Cathedral Close in Salisbury. Extensive personal collections of art, ceramics, political cartoons and sailing memorabilia, as well as a beautiful two-acre riverside garden.

  3. Add Salisbury Museum to your Itinerary

    Salisbury Museum

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    Museum

    Salisbury Museum is situated in the medieval King’s House, within the glorious setting of the Cathedral Close. The museum has fantastic collections, events and exhibitions year round.  A new world-class gallery of archaeology houses one of Europe’s…

  4. Add Stonehenge to your Itinerary

    Stonehenge

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    Historic Site

    Stonehenge is the best-know prehistoric monument in Europe. It endures as a source of inspiration and fascination, and a place of worship and celebration.

  5. Add Boscombe Down Aviation Collection to your Itinerary

    Boscombe Down Aviation Collection

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    Museum

    Collection of aircraft, cockpits, replicas and models weapons and trials equipment to show the story of flight and flight test in the UK.

    The cockpits are mostly open and you can sit in and use the controls.

  6. Add Old Sarum to your Itinerary

    Old Sarum

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    Castle/Fort

    Situated just 2 miles north of where the city now stand  the massive Iron Age Hill fort of Old Sarum was re-used by the Romans, Saxons and Normans before growing into one of the most flourishing settlements in medieval England.

    See the ruins of a…

  7. Add Old Wardour Castle to your Itinerary

    Old Wardour Castle

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    Castle/Fort

    The unusual 14th century hexagonal castle was built for luxury living and lavish entertainment. Today it provides a picturesque lakeside setting for picnics and a relaxing day out.

    An audio tour brings to life its long history and dramatic…

  8. Add The Larmer Tree Gardens to your Itinerary

    The Larmer Tree Gardens

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    Garden

    These beautifully laid out gardens near Tollard Royal in South Wiltshire were created by General Augustus Pitt Rivers in 1880. Originally designed as pleasure grounds for 'public enlightenment and entertainment', the Larmer Tree is an extraordinary…

  9. Add Mompesson House to your Itinerary

    Mompesson House

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    Historic House/Palace

    The perfect Queen Anne townhouse. Imagine living here, walk down the fine oak staircase, enjoy the magnificent plasterwork and sit in the library.

    See the fine furniture and important collection of 18th century drinking glasses.  Mompesson…

  10. Add Amesbury History Centre to your Itinerary

    Amesbury History Centre

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    Museum

    Just 2 miles from Stonehenge, Amesbury’s Royal past, history of flight & the breath-taking Mesolithic finds from the end of the ice age make the Town’s new Museum and heritage sites a “must visit” in the Town where History began.

  11. Add St Thomas' Church to your Itinerary

    St Thomas' Church

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    Church/Chapel

    Historic church in the heart of Salisbury city centre complete with medieval doom painting.

  12. Add The Rifles Berkshire and Wiltshire Museum to your Itinerary

    The Rifles Berkshire and Wiltshire Museum

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    Museum

    The Museum tells the story of the infantryman from the Seven Years War to the present day. On the same site Bernieres Restaurant can provide you with coffee or lunch, and the garden is a place in which to wander or to relax in.

  13. Add Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site to your Itinerary

    Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site

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    Historic Site

    Stonehenge and Avebury are listed together as a single UNESCO World Heritage Site. The site is famous for its instantly recognisable stone circles but there is far more to explore in these two remarkable landscapes.

  14. Add Wilton House to your Itinerary

    Wilton House

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    Historic House/Palace

    Wilton House home to the Earls of Pembroke since 1544, contains one of the finest art collections in Europe and offers a fascinating insight into British history. The 21 acres of landscaped parkland, including four formal gardens, run down to the…

  15. Add Church of St Mary and St Lawrence, Stratford Tony to your Itinerary

    Church of St Mary and St Lawrence, Stratford Tony

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    Church/Chapel

    This Medieval church is reached down a narrow lane, over a footpath across a stream and up a steep bank, making the journey to reach it part of the adventure.

  16. Add Wilton Shopping Village to your Itinerary

    Wilton Shopping Village

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    Shop/Shopping Centre

    The Wilton Shopping Village offers you a unique shopping experience - good value in an historic, riverside setting.

  17. Add St Mary's Church, Maddington to your Itinerary

    St Mary's Church, Maddington

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    Church/Chapel

    Beautiful church with chequerboard walls.

  18. Add All Saints' Church, Idmiston to your Itinerary

    All Saints' Church, Idmiston

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    Church/Chapel

    A remarkable feature of the church is the collection of Medieval carvings - internally in the form of elegant corbel-heads, roof bosses, and externally in the form of fearsome gargoyles.

  19. Add St Andrew's Church, Rollestone to your Itinerary

    St Andrew's Church, Rollestone

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    Church/Chapel

    This tiny, charming church, which overlooks the River Till was built mainly in the 13th-century, of flint and stone chequerwork with two large Perpendicular windows.

  20. Add Borbach Chantry, West Dean to your Itinerary

    Borbach Chantry, West Dean

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    Church/Chapel

    Striking memorials grace this fascinating rural chapel – which is all that remains of a 14th-century church.

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