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Penguin walk through, Longleat

Family Fun in Wiltshire

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  1. Add All Saints' Church to your Itinerary

    All Saints' Church

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    Church/Chapel

    Westbury

    All Saints' Church is the Parish church of Westbury. Standing in the centre of the town in a handsome churchyard surrounded by cottages and footpaths at the head of the market place.

  2. Add West Kennet Long Barrow to your Itinerary

    West Kennet Long Barrow

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    Historic Site

    Marlborough

    Constructed around 3,400 BC West Kennet is one of the largest Neolithic chambers in Britain.

    The impressive site was the resting place for many souls. Two Sarsen stones cover the entrance and inside there are five chambers.

  3. Add Devizes White Horse to your Itinerary

    Devizes White Horse

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    Historic Site

    Devizes

    The newest of Wiltshire's White Horses, Devizes was cut in 1999 to mark the Millennium. It's located on Roundway Hill to the north of Devizes.

  4. Add Alton Barnes White Horse to your Itinerary

    Alton Barnes White Horse

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    Historic Site

    Pewsey

    The Alton Barnes horse was cut in 1812 by Robert Pile on his own land.

  5. Add Tour and Explore to your Itinerary

    Tour and Explore

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    Guided Tour

    Gloucester

    Tour and Explore

    We provide informative and entertaining Tour Guides for coach & walking tours of North Wiltshire and the Cotswolds. There’s so much to see - medieval villages, magnificent abbeys & churches, ancient monuments, attractive gardens

  6. Add Pewsey White Horse to your Itinerary

    Pewsey White Horse

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    Historic Site

    Pewsey

    The white horse was cut by volunteers from Pewsey Fire Brigade in 1937 to commemorate the Coronation of George VI. This current horse replaces a lost 18th century one.

  7. Add Silbury Hill to your Itinerary

    Silbury Hill

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    Historic Site

    Marlborough

    An extraordinary artificial prehistoric mound, the largest Neolithic construction of its type in Europe.

  8. Add Bishopstrow Spa to your Itinerary

    Bishopstrow Spa

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    Spa and Relaxation

    Warminster

    Retreat from stress and pressure in the halcyon Spa, take the time to reflect in the calm, contemporary surroundings. We have two fabulous indoor and outdoor heated swimming pools which are both very popular, especially on warm summer days and…

  9. Add Chapel Plaister Pilgrims Chapel to your Itinerary

    Chapel Plaister Pilgrims Chapel

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    Church/Chapel

    Corsham

    The Pilgrims’ Chapel at Chapel Plaister is a tiny, but unique part of our national heritage. It dates back to the 13th Century and stands beside what in previous times, was the principal route to the south west.

  10. Add Hackpen White Horse to your Itinerary

    Hackpen White Horse

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    Historic Site

    Broad Hinton

    Measuring 90ft by 90ft the Hackpen Hill white horse was carved to commemorate the Coronation of Queen Victoria in 1838. This horse is stiuated just of the Ridgeway path.

  11. Add Bratton Camp and Westbury White Horse to your Itinerary

    Bratton Camp and Westbury White Horse

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    Historic Site

    Westbury

    A large iron age hill fort and white horse carved into the hillside.

  12. Add Ludgershall Castle and Cross to your Itinerary

    Ludgershall Castle and Cross

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    Historic Site

    Ludgershall

    The ruins of an early 12th century royal hunting palace and a late medieval cross.

  13. Add Savernake Forest to your Itinerary

    Savernake Forest

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    Forest

    Nr Marlborough

    The Savernake Forest is a Special Site of Scientific Interest located south east of Marlborough.

  14. Add Marlborough White Horse to your Itinerary

    Marlborough White Horse

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    Historic Site

    Marlborough

    The Marlborough horse lies in the grounds of Marlborough College and is the smallest horse in Wiltshire. Cut in 1804 by a group of School boys the horse is best seen from the A4.

  15. Erlestoke Golf Club

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    Golf Course

    Championship length golf course. Wedding venue.

  16. Add Broad Town White Horse to your Itinerary

    Broad Town White Horse

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    Historic Site

    Broad Town

    A chalk figure white horse measuring 86ft by 61ft situated on the hill to the east of the village of Broad Town was completed in 1863 by a local farmer William Simmonds.

  17. Add Woodhenge to your Itinerary

    Woodhenge

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    Historic Site

    Larkhill, Salisbury

    This monument consisted of six concentric rings of timber posts, now marked by concrete stumps, surrounded by a ditch with a bank on the outside.

  18. Add Fovant Badges to your Itinerary

    Fovant Badges

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    Historic Site

    Salisbury

    Regimental badges carved into the chalk downs above the village of Fovant.

  19. Add Church of Saint Margaret of Antioch to your Itinerary

    Church of Saint Margaret of Antioch

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    Church/Chapel

    Leigh Delamere, Chippenham

    Dramatic Victorian confection.

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