Visitor Map 2016WILTSHIRE
TIMELESS WondersIf you stand on Salisbury Plain at sunrise or sunset it’s easy to understand why the ancient Britons believed Stonehenge was special, and even today people from across the globe make the pilgrimage here. Outstanding exhibition galleries at the Stonehenge visitor centre set the stone circle in its historic context.
At Avebury, where the great stone circle forms a huge ring enclosing part of the village, misty mornings can be magical. The wider landscape surrounding both monuments is home to numerous other ancient structures, so here you can truly touch the past. West Kennet Long Barrow is one of Britain’s largest Stone Age burial sites, while the origins of Silbury Hill, the largest man-made mound in Europe, are lost in the mists of time.
Among Wiltshire’s other iconic sights are its White Horses carved into the rolling chalk downs.
Salisbury Cathedral offers one superlative after another and the awesome sight of its spire soaring a breathtaking 123 metres (404 feet) into the air never fails to impress. Within the Cathedral’s Chapter House you’ll find an exhibition showcasing the best preserved of four original 1215 Magna Carta manuscripts. For an unforgettable experience, a Tower Tour leads you up narrow, winding staircases to the foot of the spire, 225 feet above ground where you can enjoy panoramic views across Salisbury.
“ Wiltshire - where you can walk through time.”
> West Kennet Long Barrow
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Avebury Explore the world famous stone circle and manor house in the heart of the ancient Wiltshire landscape
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> Salisbury Cathedral across the water-meadows
WALK IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF YOUR ANCESTORS
TURNING HEADS TO THE PAST
Get closer to the mystery of Stonehenge at our new, state-of-the-art exhibition and visitor centre.
Explore the lost city and stand in the footprint of the original Salisbury Cathedral.
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Whether your ideal break is calming, comforting, refreshing, or bursting with high adrenalin excitement, Wiltshire is the perfect antidote to overcrowded cities.
Our thriving arts scene is as inventive as it is engaging. Top quality venues include the South West’s leading producing theatre, a music centre with ‘the finest acoustic outside London’, plus cinemas, arts centres and more. Our range of events is equally exciting, encompassing street theatre and dance, classical, jazz and world music, as well as carnivals, fairs, street and folk festivals.
You can team up with a local guide to discover tales of mystery, myth and legend, or try your hand at falconry, fishing or golf; pony trekking or a canal boat trip; a skydive or hot air balloon flight; a treasure hunt or off-road driving experience. If the weather throws a spanner in the works there are ample indoor activities to choose from too, from spas and cookery schools to escape games, go karting and laser combat.
Wiltshire has taken centre stage in a wide range of big screen and TV productions, from swashbuckling adventures to Jane Austen classics. Most recently, Wiltshire locations have featured in Downton Abbey, Poldark, Wolf Hall, War Horse and some of the Harry Potter films. Lacock, Castle Combe, Corsham, Stourhead and Great Chalfield Manor are among the filmmakers favourites and well worth a visit.
Peaceful, relaxed and unhurried the shopping streets of Salisbury and many historic Wiltshire towns are home to a wealth of independent retailers, as well as colourful markets and top notch designer outlets. We also pride ourselves on the quality of our food and drink, making the most of delicious local produce and keeping traditional specialities alive, with plenty of coffee shops, tearooms, pubs and restaurants around the county. For something a little different, why not follow the Saints and Sinners heritage trail, which twins four of the county’s historic churches with nearby pubs and hotels: visitchurches.org.uk/saintsandsinnerswiltshire
“Wiltshire: less tick-tock and more timeless pleasures to enjoy”
> Skydive Netheravon
Aerosaurus Balloons Ltd
Aerosaurus Balloons is a family-run company offering champagne hot air balloon flights throughout the South West of England. As the largest balloon flight operator in the West Country, we have over 25 years’ experience & have flown more than 90,000 passengers over some of the most beautiful and spectacular landscapes in the UK.
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We have various hand-picked launch sites across the South West andprices start from just £110 per person. We also offer group discountsand exclusive/private flight packages. Please visit www.ballooning.co.ukemail [email protected] or telephone 01404 823102 to book today.
Salisbury Playhouse is a professional producing theatre in the heart of Salisbury. Its varied programme includes plays, musicals, one night events, children’s theatre and an annual traditional pantomime. The Café at the Playhouse is open six days a week for morning coffee, light lunches, afternoon tea or pre-show light bites.
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Malthouse Lane, off Fisherton Street, Salisbury, SP2 7RAT: 01722 320333 E: tickets[email protected] Open: Various times – all year round
Wiltshire Music Centre
Internationally-acclaimed 300-seat concert hall with ‘the finest acoustic outside London’ (Sean Rafferty, BBC Radio 3), hosting over 100 events a year: world-class classical, folk, jazz and world music concerts; children’s music and storytelling shows; live broadcast opera and ballet; youth orchestras; festivals; free music sessions; and music workshops.
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Ashley Road, Bradford on Avon, BA15 1DZT: 01225 860100 E: [email protected]: Various times, all year round. For dates/prices of individualperformances, please call or see website for details.
Salisbury City Guides
Our professionally trained Blue Badge Guides, several with languages, will help you to discover Wiltshire’s natural beauty and wealth of historic attractions. Our wide range of walks and tours can be personally tailored to suit your needs. Bespoke walks/coach groups by arrangement.
Secretary, 10 Avon Terrace, Salisbury, SP2 7BT T: 07873 212941E: [email protected] Admission: See website for details City walk: 11am from Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row; daily Apr-Oct; weekends Nov-Mar. Ghost walks: Fri May-Sep; Spooky Spectacular end Oct.
Executive Connection (Part of The Value Cars Group Ltd)
Units 7&8 Whittle Road, Churchfields Industrial Estate, Salisbury, SP2 7YST: 01722 333333 E: [email protected] Opening times: Daily from 9am
Travelling doesn’t have to be stressful. Arrive relaxed, on time and unruffled with Value Cars, a bespoke chauffeur-driven experience in class and comfort.
Our fleet of Mercedes-Benz vehicles undertake corporate or private charter trips and from anywhere in the UK, with specialised servicesto and from all air and seaports.
Call us to discuss your transfer requirements.
Salisbury, Stonehenge & Sarum Tours
Units 7&8 Whittle Road, Churchfields Industrial Estate, Salisbury, SP2 7YS T: 01722 421777 E: [email protected]: Daily from 7am. Travel in Luxury Mercedes Vehicles 1-16 seats
We are very proud of our ancient heritage and are delighted to show visitors around the many sites of historic and cultural interest in the local area, including Stonehenge. As you travel along charming roads off the beaten track, we begin the magical step back in time and dive into the depths of history and discover the how? when? where? and why? of our ancient past, from Neolithic man to the present day. Our local guides provide unprecedented knowledge of the places of interest, special sights, restaurants, countryside, pubs and shopping in the area.
A top-of-the-range Meder audio system ensures all guests experience high-quality sound and our tours are multilingual in French, German, Italian, Japanese and English. Travel back with us in time (and in comfort).
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22 Queen Street, Salisbury
T: 01722 325726 Open Mon–Sat 8am–6pm, Sun 9.30am–5pm
From famous name brands, to eclectic independent shops - the charming blend of fashion, gifts, restaurants and antiquity makes Cross Keys the place to eat, shop and explore.
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Large selection of handbags, small leather goods and luggage to include: Hidesign, Tula, Radley, Gianni Gonti, Kipling, Troop, David Jones, Sirco, CAT and Antler.
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44 Catherine Street, Salisbury, SP1 2DDT: 01722 333802 E: [email protected]: All year Mon/Tue/Thur/Fri 9am-5.30pm; Sat 9am-5.15pm;Wed 9am-5pm
The Cathedral Hotel
In the heart of Salisbury, close to the Cathedral and Market Place. Serving coffee and freshly cooked meals daily, from breakfast through lunch and evening dinner. All in a relaxed atmosphere with great service and fantastic value.
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7-9 Milford Street, Salisbury, SP1 2AJT: 01722 343700 E: [email protected] Open: Daily for breakfast and all day dining.
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Skydiving over Salisbury Plain is the experience of a lifetime and one you will never forget. Imagine an experience that puts your senses into overdrive. One that has your heart racing, the adrenaline pumping. And that leaves you so ecstatic you want to scream out loud. A tandem skydive is the ultimate adrenaline rush. When you jump out of a plane at 10-15,000 feet, you’re putting your trust in a total stranger. Literally throwing yourself into the unknown. Freefalling at 125mph is an experience like nothing on earth. Beyond exhilarating, it defies description. The only way to understand it is to do it.
GoSkydive is a specialist tandem skydiving centre, fully regulated by and affiliated with the British Parachute Association. We specialise in customer focussed tandem skydiving days and over 14,000 people have jumped with us. Skydiving from an altitude of 10,000ft gives you approximately 25-30 seconds of freefall time. For a pulse-racing 60 seconds of freefall choose the 15,000ft skydive – it’s the UK’s highest!
Old Sarum Airfield, Salisbury, SP4 6DZ T: 01722 568244 E: [email protected] Prices: Prices vary - please call for details. Group discounts available Open: All year round
Salisbury Escape RoomS
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Solve the puzzles, crack the codes, defeat the locks and escape!
Locked in a room with your team you have only your wits to help you escape. Use elements of the room to find clues, unlock doors and unravel the mystery to escape within the hour.
Based on video games such as Crimson Room and Prison Escape, this is a real life adventure game.
Great for families, friends, hens, stags and colleagues.
Rated Excellent on TripAdvisor, these are some of our comments: “Amazing, Amazing, Amazing”, “Excellent family activity”, “Quite simply one of the best things we have done in ages”, “Absolutely unique experience”, “If you’ve got an hour to spare, do this. If you haven’t got an hour to spare, make one, and do this”.
11a Fisherton Street, Salisbury, SP2 7SU T: 01722 428980 E: [email protected]: Please see website for details of prices and our current challengeOpen: 10am-8pm all year
Grasmere HouseHotel • Restaurant • Meeting Centre
Harnham Road, Salisbury,Wiltshire SP2 8 JN
Telephone: 01722 338 388Fax: 01722 333 710
Grasmere HouseHotel • Restaurant • Meeting Centre
Grasmere HouseHotel • Restaurant • Meeting Centre
Stunning Salisbury Cathedral views
38 ensuite bedrooms
Bar, Lounge, Conservatory, Restaurant
Licensed for Weddings
01722 338388www.grasmerehotel.com [email protected]
With delicious homemade food on the table and a fantastic selection of drinks, there’s no better place to soak up the beautiful views featured in John Constable’s famous ‘Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows’.◉ Wake-up to a Brilliant
Breakfast or Brunch◉ Indulge in Afternoon Tea◉ Enjoy a Leisurely Lunch◉ Relax with a Riverside Dinner
JOIN US IN SALISBURY AT THE RIVERS EDGEWATERFRONT RESTAURANT, BAR & TERRACE
The Legacy Rose & Crown Hotel Harnham Road, Salisbury, SP2 8JQ
08444 119 [email protected]
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RAI D’OR THAI BAR RESTAURANT
The King’s Head Inn
Oldest pub in Salisbury, circa 1292. Specialising in reasonably priced Thai food and local microbreweries (recent Regional Real Ale Pub of the Year). Call ahead or come early, as often busy mid-evening. Enjoy informal dining in a traditional English pub that still retains its original atmosphere. Vegetarian and gluten-free options available. Dogs on leads welcome.
The city-centre location of the King’s Head has been occupied by an inn since at least the 15th century. Our menu offers excellent value with a wide range of dishes to choose from. As well as our indoor bar and restaurant we have a licensed outdoor area beside the River Avon. Cask marque accredited, free WiFi, children welcome.
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69 Brown Street, Salisbury, SP1 2AST: 01722 327137 Open: Mon-Sat 5pm-10.30pm.
1 Bridge Street, Salisbury, SP1 2NDT: 01722 438400 Open: Seven days per week for breakfast, lunch and dinner
Almost half the county’s landscape lies within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. From the gentle meadows of the Pewsey Vale to wilder expanses of upland, the North Wessex Downs is a nationally protected landscape. So too is Cranborne Chase and the West Wiltshire Downs, which stretches in a giant undulating swathe across the south of the county. Parts of north and west Wiltshire lie within the Cotswolds, where honey-coloured villages meld seamlessly into rolling hills. Acres of ancient woodland can be found in the Savernake Forest and on the borders of the New Forest National Park. And at the heart of the county lies the vast, untouched expanse of Salisbury Plain.
Miles of ancient drove roads and quiet country lanes make exploring Wiltshire a pleasure. Travelling under your own steam gives you time to appreciate Wiltshire’s beautiful and varied landscape and with over 8,200 paths for walkers and cyclists our countryside might
well have been invented with outdoor pursuits in mind.
Wiltshire is blessed with an outstanding array of walks, offering something for all levels of enthusiasm. Follow in the footsteps of the ancient drovers, meander through our market towns or amble along the towpath of the Kennet & Avon Canal. Walk the Wansdyke, roam along the Ridgeway or tackle the Thames Path.
Seasoned experts, enthusiastic amateurs and nervous newbies alike will find plenty of on- and off-road cycle routes to suit their level of ability too, from short hops to long-distance trails. Whichever you follow, you’ll find new stories around every corner.
Today life is hectic. Too hectic. We’re all so busy. 24/7 this, 4G that. Forever rushing around. Time poor. Wiltshire is calming, comforting, refreshing. So escape to Wiltshire and let Wiltshire put back what the rest of the week takes out.
Easy to explore, yet off the beaten track, Wiltshire is one of Britain’s best kept secrets. It’s an enchanted place where you feel close to the earth and the ever-changing big skies. The landscape’s mood alters with the seasons, connecting you not just to nature, but to time itself. See how the light changes the texture of the hills and think of others admiring the same spectacle over thousands of years.
“If you’re tired of the everyday, then it’s time for Wiltshire!”
“It’s time for Wiltshire”
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> Near Alton Barnes White Horse
Immortalised in the paintings of Turner and Constable the medieval city of Salisbury, is the perfect fusion of ancient and modern. If you pause on the edge of the water-meadows to take in the awesome sight of the Cathedral rising up from these lush green fields, it’s easy to understand why this has been described as ‘Britain’s Best View’ by
Wiltshire has been a special place for a very long time and our World Heritage Site stands testament to the ages. Stonehenge and Avebury have a magnetism that has drawn people to them for centuries. Wiltshire is also rolling green downs, ancient woodlands and bustling market towns. Parish churches, historic houses and country inns. Timeless monuments and contemporary luxury. Arts and culture, festivals and events. Local ales and picnics in the park. In short, the England you love in one county.
“In Wiltshire you can
> Ludgershall Castle
touch and feel the past.”
readers of Country Life magazine. And Wiltshire has many other historic towns and villages to discover too. Friendly, relaxed and welcoming, each has something unique to offer, whether it be stylish independent shops and colourful markets, tempting pubs and restaurants, or great entertainment.
With archaeology collections of outstanding national importance, our museums are the perfect places to unearth the secrets of our journey through time. But history in Wiltshire is not only ancient. Later civilisations also left their mark, bequeathing tangible connections with the past, including a clutch of impressive castles. In centuries past, railways and canals were vital to Wiltshire’s prosperity, as was the textile industry, and Wiltshire’s industrial heritage can be experienced today at towns and attractions around the county.
Through the ages the drama and majesty of Wiltshire’s landscape has offered the perfect backdrop for the homes of the privileged and wealthy. These magnificent stately homes frame stories that bring the history of
England to life. What’s more, they come complete with equally outstanding surroundings, from acres of landscaped parkland to intimate formal and informal gardens making them the perfect places to step back in time whilst enjoying the present.
300th Anniversary ‘CAPABILITY’ BROWN 2016 sees the 300th anniversary of the birth of master landscaper Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown. At Bowood he created a flowing mix of woodlands and lawns sloping down to a lake, a fitting setting for the impressive 18th century house designed by Robert Adam. The extensive grounds at Longleat also owe their magnificence to his ground-breaking vision, while the 16th century house is an outstanding example of high Elizabethan architecture.
Portrait of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown, c.1770-75, Cosway, Richard (1742-1821)/Private Collection/Bridgeman Images.> Castle Combe
Historic Wiltshire town & vibrant communitywww.calne.gov.uk - 01249 814000
CASTLE COMBE CIRCUIT
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Enjoy a day at the West Country’s family circuit where you can watch all the action as close as is possible in UK Motorsport! Our action-packed season features plenty of weekend and bank holiday race meetings that provide spectators with exhilarating racing on this, one of the country’s fastest circuits. There’s also a number of large car shows to enjoy from Performance Car Action Days, a Classic Car Racing Festival, a day dedicated to Minis and Rallyday; Europe’s Premier Rally Car Show. If you fancy getting out there and experiencing the circuit for yourself, there are plenty of opportunities; from track sessions at Action Days to full Car and Bike Track Days to taking part in our Racing School. There are driving experiences to suit all ages and budgets including our hugely popular Startline Young Driver courses for under 17s. The circuit also hosts monthly car boot sales and an annual cycling festival.
Castle Combe, Chippenham, SN14 7EY T: 01249 782417 E: [email protected] Admission: Event dependent; race meetings from £10. Reduced rates for seniors, under 17s FREE.Open: See website or call for full details and dates of all public events.
BRAYDON MAIZE MAZE
Come and spend a day getting lost in the Wiltshire countryside! A family-run maize maze is a great day out for all ages; come and see what awaits you all in our a-maze-ing maize maze. We’re just a few minutes away from Royal Wootton Bassett – come and visit us to Get Lost!
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Braydon Manor, Braydon, Swindon, SN5 0AG T: 01666 800001 E: [email protected] Admission: A £6 Ch £4 S £4 F £15 Open: Late Jul-mid Sep: Mon-Fri 10am-7pm; Sat-Sun 10am-6pm.
Boscombe Down Aviation Collection
A working museum in an historic WW1 hangar. With over 100 exhibits including 30 aircraft and cockpits to sit in we bring the history of test flight in the UK to life. Dress up in a flight suit and helmet, be a fighter pilot and watch restoration on real aircraft. Tours available. Gift shop and café on site. Group bookings welcome.
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Hangar 1 South, Old Sarum Airfield, Old Sarum, Salisbury, SP4 6DZT: 01722 323636 E: [email protected] Admission: A £8.50 Ch £6 (under 5s FREE) S £7 also students & serving members of HM Forces F £23 (2+2) Open: 14 Feb-1 Nov, Tue-Sun & Bank Holiday Mon, 10am-5pm. Rest of year: Sat/Sun, 10am-3pm. Closed: 24-26 Dec & 1 Jan.
A fantastic day out for all the family. Visit the magnificent home of the Lansdowne family set in beautiful ‘Capability’ Brown parkland. Children under twelve will enjoy the superb Adventure Playground, with life-size pirate ship, space dive, soft play palace and now the fabulous Tractor Ted’s Little Farm.
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The Estate Office, Derry Hill, Calne, SN11 0LZ T: 01249 812102 E: [email protected] Admission: A £12 J (5-12yrs) £9 Ch (2-4yrs) £7 S £10 F £36Open: Fri 25 Mar-Mon 31 Oct 2016: 11am-6pm (5pm after the autumn clock change)
Atwell-Wilson Motor Museum
We are a small friendly museum. Most exhibits are cars from the 1920s onwards. We also have motorcycles, mopeds and bicycles, interesting motoring memorabilia and a reconstructed 1930s style garage complete with cars. For more information visit the museum section of our website.
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Downside, Stockley Lane, Calne, SN11 0NF T: 01249 813119 E: [email protected] Admission: A £7 Ch £1 S £7 Open: 1 Jan-31 Mar & 1 Nov-31 Dec: Thur-Sun 11am-4pm; 1 Apr-31 Oct: Tue-Sun 11am-5pm. Also open Bank Holidays except Christmas Day
Discover the Cotswold Water Park!
For watersports and walking, biking andbirdwatching, angling and accommodation,there is something for everyone.
Call in to the Gateway InformationCentre, South Cerney, just off theA419 to find out what you can dowhere in this unique landscape.
DISCOVER AWARD WINNING FISHERTON MILLGALLERY CAFE STUDIOS WORKSHOPS EXHIBITIONS
Largest art complex
in the South West
108 Fisherton Street, Salisbury SP2 7QY Mon- Fri 10 - 5 Sat 9.30 - 5.30 www.fishertonmill.co.uk
IFORD MANOR - THE PETO GARDEN
CHOLDERTON CHARLIE’S FARM
Bradford on Avon, BA15 2BA T: 01225 863146 E: [email protected] Admission: A £5.50 Ch (over 10 years) £5 Ch (under 10 years) FREE S £5 Open: Apr-Sep: Tue-Thu, Sat, Sun & Bank Holiday Mon 2pm-5pm (but closed 7 & 8 May). Oct: Sun only 2pm-5pm.
Amesbury Road, Cholderton, Salisbury, SP4 0EW T: 01980 629438 E: [email protected] Admission: A £7.95 Ch £7.95 Conc £7.45 F £30 (2+2) Under 2s FREE. Prices subject to change - please call or visit the website.Open: Summer: 10am-6pm; Winter: 10am-4pm.
Iford Manor sits at the foot of the idyllic Frome river valley. Harold Peto lived here from 1899-1933 and created an Edwardian version of Tuscany. Romantic, terraced Italianate gardens cut into the hillside are characterised by pools, streams, statuary and buildings, including a quasi-mediaeval cloister.
Fun-filled rare breeds farm with lots of animals, tractor rides*, pig races* and indoor play barn. Plus outdoor play areas, gift shop, Ewe Tree Café serving lunches and refreshments throughout the day. 70-bed four star Youth Hostel open year-round also on site.*At peak times only, weather permitting.
GREAT CHALFIELD manor and garden
Near Melksham, Wiltshire, SN12 8NH T: 01225 782239 E: [email protected] Admission: Manor and Garden: A £9 Ch £4.50 F £22.50. Garden only: A £5.60 Ch £2.80 F £14. National Trust Members and under 5s go FREE. Open: 27 Mar-30 Oct. Garden: 11am-5pm (Tue-Thu), 2-5pm (Sun). Manor via guided tours: 11am, 12noon, 2, 3, 4pm (Tue-Thu). 2, 3, 4pm (Sun). Closed Mon, Fri, Sat.
Discover Great Chalfield Manor, a charming 15th century manor house with beautiful Arts and Crafts garden to explore. Romantic gardens offer terraces, topiary houses, gazebo, lily pond, roses and views across the spring-fed fishpond.
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Crofton Beam Engines
Crofton Pumping Station, Crofton, Marlborough, SN8 3DW T: 01672 870300 E: [email protected] Admission: Engines static: A £4.50 S £4 Under 16s FREE. Engines in steam: A £8 S £7 Under 16s FREE. Open: Every day (except Wed) from mid-Mar to early Oct.
Magnificent 200-year-old working steamengines still performing their original job.Amazing industrial archaeology in anunspoiled, rural setting overlooking theKennet & Avon Canal. Engines, café, giftshop and licensed bar open every daymid-March to early October. (Entry to grounds, café and shop free except during annual steam gala).
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Lacock Abbey, Fox Talbot Museum & Village Discover 800 years of history at Britain's birthplace of photography. Explore furnished rooms, beautiful cloisters, wooded grounds and a quintessential English village, famous from film and TV. Members and under 5s go free.
Lacock is near Chippenham, SN15 2LG 01249 730459 / www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lacock
Boat trips available on The Kenavon Venture on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays plus special themed cruises. The Canal Museum holds a collection of artefacts exploring the history of the canal from construction, through near demise to its restoration.
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Canal Centre, Couch Lane, Devizes, SN10 1EB T: 01380 721279 E: [email protected] Admission: Please see website or telephone for information Open: Mon-Fri 10am-4pm. For weekends please see website/telephone for more information. Boat cruises from Mar-Oct.
These beautifully laid out gardens were created by General Pitt Rivers in 1880. Originally designed as pleasure grounds for ‘public enlightenment and entertainment’, the Larmer Tree is an extraordinary example of Victorian extravagance. Recognised by English Heritage as a Garden of National Importance.
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Rushmore Estate, Tollard Royal, Salisbury, SP5 5PY T: 01725 516971 Admission: A £4 Ch up to 14 £2.50 Under 5s FREE S £3 F £12 (2+3) Open: Gardens & Café 20 Mar-29 Oct, Sun-Thu 11am-4.30pm. Closed: 6-30 Jul for Larmer Tree Festival & 22 Aug-17 Sep for End of the Road Festival. Please check website for other occasional closures.
The Kennet & Avon Canal Trust, DevizesLangford Lakes Nature Reserve
If you love birds and like walking by tranquil lakes then Langford Lakes is the perfect spot for you to visit. Nestled in the Wylye Valley between Salisbury and Warminster, it is an ideal place for bird watching. The four lakes provide a vital stopping off point and resident habitat for about 150 different bird species. The reserve has a relaxing atmosphere with good level paths for disabled access and you can enjoy watching wildfowl from five hides overlooking the lakes. Residents include kingfisher, water rail and gadwall. You can also get day tickets to fish on the Wylye for wild brown trout and grayling - catch and release only. The site has two centres which can be hired for children’s birthday parties, meetings and small wedding receptions. No dogs allowed on site.
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Duck Street, Steeple Langford, Salisbury, SP3 4PAT: 01380 725670 E: [email protected]: FREEOpen: Dawn until dusk, 365 days per year
THE MERCHANT’S HOUSE
The house of Thomas Bayly, a prosperous silk mercer, was rebuilt following the great fire of Marlborough in 1653. A fine timber and brick building was constructed, its interior panelled, brilliant with wall paintings and with a commanding oak staircase. Continuing conservation makes this a special visitor attraction.
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Mere, an historic small town adjacent to the A303, nestles beneath the South Wiltshire Downs. Mere has its own library (with computers and WiFi), information point, and first-rate museum. In the centre of the town you will find varied accommodation, a tearoom, pubs, antiques retailers, and local shops. There are two free car parks with toilets and coach parking. The National Trust garden at Stourhead is nearby.
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and so much more...
12th Century AbbeyCharming Market Town
Festivals & EventsArts • History • Music
132 High Street, Marlborough, SN8 1HN T: 01672 511491E: [email protected]: A £7.50 Under 16s £1 Open: Apr-Oct, visitor guided tour times 10.30am, 12noon, 1.30pm & 3pm, Tue, Fri & Sat, and by prior arrangement at other times.
T: 07856 700576E: [email protected]
A great family day out, come rain or shine. Meet and feed the animals, animal racing, free tractor and trailer rides, children’s craft sessions, indoor and outdoor adventure play areas. Special themed events during school holidays and special toddler activities every weekday during term time.
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Sevenhampton, Swindon, SN6 7QGT: 01793 763939 E: [email protected] Admission: £9 per person (13 Feb-30 Oct); £7 per person (off peak, 2 Jan-12 Feb & 31 Oct-30 Nov) Open: 2 Jan-30 Nov 10am-5pm
of history on your doorstep
The King’s House65 The Close, SalisburyWiltshire SP1 2ENTelephone 01722 332151
Gold and silver satchel mount from an Anglo-Saxon grave near Swallowcliffe, 7th century AD
Fun for all the familyFree Annual Pass
with every full price ticket
The Salisbury Museum is an independent charity 289850
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The Estate Office, Stourton, Warminster, BA12 6QDT: 01747 841152 E: [email protected] Admission: National Trust Members FREE. Please telephone or see website for other prices Open: Please telephone or see website for details.
A living work of art - that’s how a magazine described Stourhead when it first opened in the 1740s and we still try to keep the art of Stourhead alive today. Whether you are looking for garden treasures, art and history, family fun or a walk and coffee with friends - Stourhead is bursting with ways for you to enjoy yourself.
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The Rifles Berkshire & Wiltshire Museum
The Wardrobe, 58 The Close, Salisbury, SP1 2EX T: 01722 419419E: [email protected] Admission: A £5 Ch £2 S £4 F £12 Garden Only: £1.50 Open: Feb Tue-Sat 10am-5pm. Mar-Oct Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 12noon-4.30pm. Nov Tue-Sat 10am-5pm. Closed Dec and Jan.
Three attractions in one: military museum (the 250-year history of two local infantry regiments); historic house (one of the oldest in the Close); and beautiful riverside garden with views of Salisbury Cathedral. Home-cooked food in the Bernières Restaurant.
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The perfect Queen Anne townhouse. Imagine living here, walk down the fine oak staircase, enjoy the magnificent plasterwork and sit in the library. Fine furniture and important collection of 18th century drinking glasses. Peaceful garden with tea room. Our 2016 exhibition features the work of renowned artist and print maker, Rena Gardiner (1929-1999).
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The Cathedral Close, Salisbury, SP1 2EL T: 01722 335659 E: [email protected] Admission: A £7 Ch £3.30 F £17.50 Garden only £1 National Trust Members: FREE Open: 12 Mar-30 Oct Sat-Wed 11am-5pm. Last admission 4.30pm. Open Good Friday; every day from 28 Jul-7 Sep; weekends only 26 Nov-18 Dec 11am-3.30pm.
OLD WARDOUR CASTLE
This unusual, 14th century hexagonal castle was built for luxury living and lavish entertainment and today provides a picturesque lakeside setting for picnics. An audio tour brings to life its long history and dramatic involvement in the Civil War.
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Near Tisbury, SP3 6RR T: 01747 870487E: [email protected]: Please call or visit our website for details - English Heritage Members FREE Open: Please call or visit our website for details.
Swindon & Cricklade Railway
Swindon & Cricklade Railway, Wiltshire’s only standard gauge railway, runs heritage steam and diesel trains through the north Wiltshire countryside. Now with three stations, the railway provides a variety of events during the year, in addition to ‘normal running days’, eg The Easter Egg-Spress, the Wartime Weekend, Santa Specials and more.
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Blunsdon Station, Tadpole Lane, Blundson, Swindon, SN25 2DAT: 01793 771615 E: [email protected] Admission: A £6-£9 Ch £4-£7 S/St £5-£8 F £18-£28 Open: Mar-Oct: Sat & Sun; Nov: Sun; selected Wed in school holidays - see website for details & dates of diesel & steam services.
Self-drive classic car hire.Based in the beautiful county of Wiltshire, close to Bath and the Cotswolds. See the West Country differently with a romantic escape or a nostalgic trip down memory lane in an iconic classic car. Choose from Jaguar E-Type or Jaguar MKII (of Inspector Morse fame), Austin Healey 3000, MGC Roadster, Morris Minor Convertible, Alfa Romeo GTV, Alfa Romeo Spider, Audi Ur Quattro Turbo (as in the BBC’s Ashes to Ashes), Triumph Stag, Daimler Sovereign or BMW 840. Live your dream of driving a classic car – the perfect way to view this mystical and romantic area. Tour suggestions can be provided.
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Melksham T: 01225 703377 E: [email protected] Charges: From £145 per dayOpen: All year round
Tisbury, in the valley of the River Nadder, is a hidden gem; an excellent base from which to explore the surrounding countryside. Parking in the car park is free; plus there is the bonus of a mainline railway station, with easy links to/from Salisbury, London and Exeter. The bustling high street of local shops, pubs and businesses is just a couple of minutes away.
Enjoy the superb network of public footpaths and bridleways, discover award-winning pubs, welcoming B&Bs and holiday cottages. Tisbury Post Office sells excellent walk books showcasing this beautiful, unspoilt Wiltshire countryside; or download maps from www.discovernadder.org.uk
Tisbury is home to (arguably) the largest Tithe Barn in the UK. Situated at the edge of the village and in use as an Arts Exhibition Centre, this stunning Grade I Listed Medieval Barn is well worth a visit.
Back in the centre of the village, the 12th century parish church of St John the Baptist boasts a 4,000 year old Yew tree, as old as Stonehenge itself.
Visit also the spectacular Old Wardour Castle, a fine example of a 14th century castle. It’s 10 minutes’ drive, or enjoy the walk via 5 miles of ancient footpaths and bridleways.
Tisbury is such a friendly place. People who visit rarely want to leave, so plan a visit to this most delightful corner of SW Wiltshire very soon.
Map Ref: F3
Tisbury Parish Council, The Castle, Donhead St Andrew, SP7 9LG Tel: 01747 870200 E: [email protected]
HIGH STREET, TISBURY
TITHE BARN OLD WARDOUR
Wilton Windmill (near Marlborough)
Built in 1821 and set high in the North Wessex Downs, Wilton Windmill is the only working windmill in the Wessex region. Picnic area and site accessible all year round. Guided tours, refreshments and stone ground flour available during opening times. Certainly well worth a visit. Come and see us.
Map Ref: D7
Wilton, Near Marlborough, SN8 3SW T: 01672 870909E: [email protected] and on Facebook www.facebook.com/WiltonWindmill Admission: A £4, S £2.50, Ch FREE Open: From Easter to end Sep, Sun and Bank Hol Mon 2pm-5pm
www.warminsterinfocentre.co.uk Map Ref: E2
Warminster is a busy, friendly market town, first settled in Saxon times. It has many fine Georgian buildings, and hosts a wide variety of independent shops, with numerous cafés, restaurants and historic inns. Market day is Friday.
There are excellent road, rail and bus links, and ample car parking. In the heart of town the Lake Pleasure Grounds provide tennis courts, a boating lake, children’s playground and skateboard park.
The Smallbrook Meadows Nature Reserve next to it is a lovely mosaic of water meadows between the Were and Wylye rivers. A short walk from the centre of town leads to the 30-mile circular walk around Salisbury Plain’s Live Firing Range.
Longleat, Center Parcs, Stourhead, Bath and Salisbury are all within easy reach. The beautiful surrounding villages and countryside provide numerous opportunities for peaceful walking, cycling and riding.
Come and enjoy.
Discover Warminster at Warminster Community Hub,Central Car Park, Off Station Road, Warminster, BA12 9BTT: 01985 218548 E: [email protected]
41 Long Street, Devizes, SN10 1NS T: 01380 727369 E: [email protected] Admission: A £6 Conc £5 Ch FREE Open: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm;Sun and bank holidays 12noon-4pm.
Gold from the Time of Stonehenge - ournationally important award-winning displays tell the story of the prehistoric landscapes of Stonehenge and Avebury. Featured on TV, the Museum tells 500,000 years of Wiltshire’s story, and includes a new Saxon gallery. There is lots for children to do with activities and interactives, as well as a busyexhibition and events programme.
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FARLEIGH HUNGERFORD CASTLE
This impressive 14th century castle offers hidden treasures including rare medieval wall paintings in the chapel and lead ‘death mask’ coffins in the crypt. Let the audio tour bring the intriguing and often gruesome Hungerford family history to life.
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Farleigh Hungerford, Nr Bath, BA2 7RS T: 01225 754026 E: [email protected]: Please call or visit our website for details - English Heritage Members FREE Open: Please call or visit our website for details
A world-class collection of historical and contemporary dress, housed in the magnificent 18th-century Assembly Rooms. Must-see exhibitions for 2016 include ‘A History of Fashion in 100 Objects’ and ‘Behind the Scenes’. Don’t miss the dressing up area where you can try on replica fashions from the past.
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Assembly Rooms, Bennett Street, Bath, BA1 2QH T: 01225 477789 E: [email protected] Admission: A £8.75 S £7.75Ch £6.75 F £27 Open: Jan-Feb 10.30am-4pm, exit 5pm; March-Oct 10.30am-5pm, exit 6pm; Nov-Dec 10.30am-4pm, exit 5pm
SHERBORNE CASTLE and GARDENS
Castle, Gardens, Gift Shop & Tea Rooms
www. sherbornecastle.com Tel: 01935 812072
Built by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1594 Home of the Digby’s since 1617
Magnificent staterooms | Raleigh’s kitchen Cellars museum |40-acres of ‘Capability’ Brown
gardens with stunning lakeside views
Self-guided & Private
Celebrating Capability Brown 1716-2016
Open daily, except Mon. & Fri., 25 March to 30 October 2016. Gardens & Tea Rooms from 10am; Castle 11am.
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One of the finest thermal spas of the ancient world, built 2,000 years ago around the country’s only hot springs. A fine Roman museum, audio guides in eight languages and computer animations bring the experience to life. A special audio tour for children and a ‘Bryson at the Baths’ audio tour are available, and costumed characters appear on site every day. Visit on a summer evening and experience the Great Bath by torchlight until 9pm. During half term and summer holidays there is a full programme of events for the whole family. On a saver ticket you can also visit the Fashion Museum at the nearby Assembly Rooms, and the Victoria Art Gallery.
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Abbey Church Yard, Bath, BA1 1LZ T: 01225 477785E: [email protected] Prices: A £15 (£15.50 July & Aug) Conc £13.25 Ch £9.50 F £44 Open: daily Jan-Feb 9.30am-5pm; Mar-Jun 9am-5pm; July-Aug 9am-9pm; Sep-Oct 9am-5pm; Nov-Dec 9.30am-5pm. Last exit 1 hour after these times.
Museum of Army Flying
The Museum of Army Flying is based just outside Salisbury in the Hampshire countryside and tells the 100 year story of the British Army in the air. The Museum is open daily and houses over 35 fixed wing and rotary aircraft including the only complete collection of British Second World War gliders. A great day out for all the family, the Apache Café has excellent views across an active army airfield where visitors may see Apaches, Lynx and Gazelles taking off for training. The Café is also open daily and overlooks the aircraft themed play park. There is plenty of parking available and visitors are welcome to use the Café without purchasing museum admission.
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Museum of Army Flying, Middle Wallop, Stockbridge, SO20 8DY T: 01264 784421 E: [email protected] Prices: A £10 Ch £7 S £8 F £32 Open: Daily 10am-4.30pm (except Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day).
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WESTONBIRT, THE NATIONAL ARBORETUM
Westonbirt Arboretum is a carefully designed Victorian landscape situated in the Cotswolds. World-famous for autumn colour, but beautiful all year round, with spring flowers and leafy summer walks you can enjoy a day out in the arboretum in every season.
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Tetbury, GL8 8QS T: 0300 067 4890 E: [email protected]: A £6-£15 Ch £2-£7.50 Under 5s FREE St £4-£12Open: We are open 364 days of the year, see website for times.
Enjoy England Visitor Attraction Quality Assurance Scheme
English Heritage Property
National Trust Property
Blue Badge Guide
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a’ Beckett’s Vineyard 1 D3
Abbey House Gardens 2 B3
Amesbury History Centre 3 E5
Atwell-Wilson Motor Museum 4 C4
Avebury 5 C5
Bowood 6 C3
Braydon Maize Maze 7 B4
Bush Farm Bison Centre 8 F2
Calne Heritage Centre 9 C3
Castle Combe Circuit 10 C2
Chippenham Museum & Heritage Centre 11 C3
Cholderton Charlie’s Farm 12 E6
The Churches Conservation Trust Various Various
Cotswold Water Park 13 A4
Crofton Beam Engines 14 D6
Farmtastic Animal Farm 15 B4
Forest Falconry 16 G6
Great Chalfield Manor 17 D2
Heale House & Gardens 18 F5
Iford Manor - The Peto Garden 19 D1
Kennet & Avon Canal Trust, Bradford on Avon
Kennet & Avon Canal Trust, Devizes 21 D4
Lacock Abbey, Village & Fox Talbot Museum
Lady Margaret Hungerford Almshouses & Schoolroom
Langford Lakes 24 F4
Larmer Tree 25 G3
Longleat 26 E1
Lydiard House & Park 27 B5
Market Lavington Museum 28 D4
McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Swindon 29 B5
The Merchant’s House 30 C6
Museum of Computing 31 B5
Old Wardour Castle 32 F3
Roves Farm 33 B6
Royal Wootton Bassett Museum 34 B4
St Peter’s Church, Marlborough 35 C6
STEAM - Museum of the Great Western Railway
Stonehenge 37 E5
Stonehenge Landscape 38 E5
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Stourhead 39 F1
Studley Grange Butterfly World & Craft Village
Swindon & Cricklade Railway 41 B5
Swindon Museum & Art Gallery 42 B5
Three Daggers Brewery 43 D3
Trowbridge Museum 44 D2
Vintage Classics 45 D2
Wadworth Brewery Visitor Centre 46 D4
Whitehall Garden Centre 47 C2
Wilton House 48 F5
Wilton Windmill, Near Marlborough 49 D7
Wiltshire Museum 50 D4
Wiltshire’s White Horses Various Various
Salisbury AttractionsArundells S F5
Boscombe Down Aviation Collection S F5
Fisherton Mill - Gallery / Café / Artist Studios
Mompesson House S F5
Old Sarum S F5
The Rifles Berkshire & Wiltshire Museum S F5
The Salisbury Museum S F5
Salisbury Cathedral & Magna Carta S F5
Salisbury Racecourse SR F5
The Stonehenge Tour S F5
The Young Gallery S F5
Attractions on the Wiltshire BordersAmerican Museum in Britain 55 D1
Cheddar Gorge 56 Off D1
Cotswold Wildlife Park 57 Off A6
Farleigh Hungerford Castle 58 D1
Fashion Museum 59 C1
Fleet Air Arm Museum 60 Off F1
Holburne Museum 61 C1
Museum of Army Flying 62 E7
Roman Baths 63 C1
Royal Signals Museum 64 Off G2
Sherborne Castle 65 Off G1
Sir Harold Hillier Gardens 66 Off G7
Victoria Art Gallery 67 C1
The Watercress Line 68 Off F7
Westonbirt, The National Arboretum 69 A2
Whitchurch Silk Mill 70 Off E7
Attraction Map References (See map of Wiltshire overleaf)
All attractions featured in this Map are members of the Wiltshire Association of Visitor Attractions.
From London and M3
From Walesand Bristol
From theWest Midlands
Cotswold Water Park
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Norton Bavant Shrewton
Wimborne St Giles
Lydeway Manningford Bohune
Stanton St Bernard
Vale of Pewsey
Kenn et & Avon Canal Kenne t & A
N E W F O R E S T
S A L I S B U R Y P L A I N
C R A N B O R N E C H A S E
W E S T W I L T S H I R ED O W N S
N O R T H W E S S E X D O W N S
W I L T S H I R EC O T S W O L D S
M A R L B O R O U G HD O W N S
From Yeoviland theWest Country
From Southamptonand Portsmouthand M27
From SherborneFrom Blandford Forum
From Winchesterand M3
AMESBURY COMMUNITY & VISITOR CENTRE2 Flower Court, Amesbury, SP4 7JE% 01980 622525
BRADFORD ON AVON TOWN COUNCILSt Margaret’s Hall, St Margaret’s Street,Bradford on Avon, BA15 1DE% 01225 864240) [email protected]
CALNE VISITOR AND COMMUNITY INFORMATION CENTREBank House, The Strand, Calne, SN11 0EN% 01249 814000 ) [email protected]
CHIPPENHAM CUSTOMER SERVICESHigh Street, Chippenham, SN15 3ER% 01249 665970 ) [email protected]
CORSHAM AREA INFORMATION CENTREArnold House, 31 High Street, Corsham, SN13 0EZ% 01249 714660 ) [email protected]
CRICKLADE VISITOR INFORMATION POINTTown Council Office, Ockwells, 113 High Street, Cricklade, SN6 6AE% 01793 751394 ) [email protected]
DEVIZES Visitor information is available at a number of locations in the town, including the Kennet & Avon Canal Museum and Wiltshire Museum. Contact Devizes Tourism Partnership c/o Wiltshire Museum,41 Long Street, Devizes, SN10 1NS% 01380 800400 ) [email protected]
MALMESBURY TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRETown Hall, Cross Hayes, Malmesbury, SN16 9BZ% 01666 823748 ) [email protected]
MARLBOROUGH TOWN COUNCIL5 High Street, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 1AA% 01672 512487) [email protected]
MELKSHAM TOURIST INFORMATION CENTREChurch Street, Melksham, SN12 6LS% 01225 707424 ) [email protected]
SALISBURY INFORMATION CENTREFish Row, Salisbury, SP1 1EJ% 01722 342860 ) [email protected]
TROWBRIDGE INFORMATION CENTREThe Civic Centre, St Stephen’s Place Trowbridge, BA14 8AH% 01225 765072 (Option 3) ) [email protected]
VALE OF PEWSEYVisitor information for Pewsey and the surrounding area can be found at www.visitpewseyvale.co.uk
WARMINSTER COMMUNITY HUBCentral Car Park, Off Station Road Warminster, BA12 9BT% 01985 218548 ) [email protected]
WESTBURY VISITOR CENTRE1 High Street, Westbury, BA13 3BN% 01373 825784 ) [email protected]
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