Westbury is a small market town situated at the western edge of Wiltshire beside the chalk downlands that form Salisbury Plain. The variety of the surrounding countryside - from the Downs to the broad vale of the White Horse - make it a delight for both the walker and cyclist and the area also provides the perfect location for most air sports.
Westbury is exceptionally well positioned for all UK major road and railway connections with the mainline railway station offering links to London, Wales and the whole of the South West of England. The most famous landmark of the area is the vastly impressive Westbury White Horse which is both the oldest and largest White Horse in Wiltshire.
Within Westbury, the Market Place is a charming old square formed by some of the oldest buildings in the town. Next to the historic Lopes Arms Hotel is the entrance to the 14th century All Saints Church with the third heaviest peal of eight bells in the world and an Erasmus Bible. Wall on through to Church Street to find one of the oldest operational swimming baths in the country.
Parking & Transport
- Car Parks
- Parking for disabled visitors
Towns & Villages
- Farmers market
- Information Centre
- Public toilets
- Taxi rank
- Toilets for disabled visitors
- Train station
Map & Directions
Lies on the A350 with direct links to the M4/M5 (London, Wales and South West) and A303 (South West).
Public Transport Directions
Mainline rail links to London, Wales and the South West.