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Wiltshire History & Heritage

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  1. Add Castle Combe Circuit to your Itinerary

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 117 reviews117 reviews

    Castle Combe Circuit

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    Sports & Leisure

    Chippenham

    Ultimate motoring thrills for adrenaline junkies.

  2. Add Vintage Classics to your Itinerary

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    Vintage Classics

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    Sightseeing

    Melksham

    Explore the beautiful and picturesque west country at your own pace in a classic car from the 1960’s 70’s 80’s or 90’s. Your adventure starts behind the wheel of an iconic two seater sports car or a four seater saloon. Choose to start your tour in...

  3. Add The Ramsbury Brewing & Distilling Company to your Itinerary

    The Ramsbury Brewing & Distilling Company

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    Brewery

    Marlborough

    The finest brewery, distillery and smokehouse – in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside. The Ramsbury Estate, near Marlborough. Real ales, premium vodka, smoked foods – brewery shop and guided tours.

  4. Add McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Swindon to your Itinerary

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 1800 reviews1800 reviews

    McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Swindon

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    Shop/Shopping Centre

    Swindon

    McArthurGlen's Swindon Designer Outlet lies within the beautifully renovated Grade II listed buildings of the Great Western Railway Works and is one of the largest covered designer outlets in Europe. 90 High St and Designer brands.

  5. Add Roman Baths to your Itinerary

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    Roman Baths

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    Historic Site

    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.

  6. Add St James' Church, Draycot Cerne to your Itinerary

    St James' Church, Draycot Cerne

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    Church/Chapel

    Draycot Cerne, Chippenham

    This small, handsome parkland church is set in parkland above a river.

  7. Add St Peter's Church, Everleigh to your Itinerary

    St Peter's Church, Everleigh

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    Church/Chapel

    Everleigh, Marlborough

    One of the first churches with an iron frame.

    Built by John Morlidge of London for the Astley family in 1813 in the Gothic style, St Peter’s was one of the first churches to be constructed with an iron frame.

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

    All Saints' Church, Idmiston

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    Church/Chapel

    Idmiston, Salisbury

    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.

  9. Add Langford Lakes to your Itinerary

    Langford Lakes

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    Lake/Reservoir

    Salisbury

    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.

  10. Add Old Sarum to your Itinerary

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    Old Sarum

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    Castle/Fort

    Salisbury

    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 Romans, Normans and Saxons left their mark.

  11. Add All Saints' Church, Leigh to your Itinerary

    All Saints' Church, Leigh

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    Church/Chapel

    Leigh, Cricklade

    All Saint's is now just a chancel, the remains of a Medieval church near the source of the Thames that was abandoned to its wetland surroundings in the 19th-century when the rest of the church was removed to a drier and more convenient site.

  12. 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.

  13. Add Wyvern Theatre to your Itinerary

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 1196 reviews1196 reviews

    Wyvern Theatre

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    Theatre

    Swindon

    The Wyvern Theatre offers a mixed programme of concerts, comedy, dance, drama, musical theatre and local amateur productions. The theatre was opened by Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness Prince Phillip in September 1971.

  14. Add St Mary's Church, Chute Forest to your Itinerary

    St Mary's Church, Chute Forest

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    Church/Chapel

    Chute Forest

    Standing remote in rural surroundings and designed by J L Pearson in 1875, St Mary’s is a fine example of low budget inventiveness.

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

    St Andrew's Church, Rollestone

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    Church/Chapel

    Rollestone Road, Rollestone

    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.

  16. Add Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens to your Itinerary

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 3295 reviews3295 reviews

    Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens

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    Type:

    Zoo

    Burford

    260 Animal Species, Stunning Gardens, Giraffe Walk-way, Walk with Lemurs, Train, Café, Picnic Areas, Adventure playground, Children’s farmyard, Indoor exhibits.

  17. Add St Leonard's Church, Sutton Veny to your Itinerary

    St Leonard's Church, Sutton Veny

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    Church/Chapel

    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

  18. Add Arundells to your Itinerary

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 267 reviews267 reviews

    Arundells

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    Historic House/Palace

    Salisbury

    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.

  19. Add Salisbury Cathedral and Magna Carta to your Itinerary

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 5905 reviews5905 reviews

    Salisbury Cathedral and Magna Carta

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    Cathedral/Minster

    Salisbury

    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.

  20. Add Salisbury Museum to your Itinerary

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 385 reviews385 reviews

    Salisbury Museum

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    Museum

    Salisbury

    Home of the award-winning Wessex Gallery and the ‘Amesbury Archer’. Displays reveal the history of medieval Salisbury and Old Sarum. The King’s House Café offers lunches and teas.

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