Wiltshire is filled with lots of countryside and many areas of natural outstanding beauty. Home to World Heritage site Stonehenge and Salisbury Cathedral which has the tallest church spire in the UK.
Here is a guide on where to go in Wiltshire:
After parking and buying tickets a shuttle bus will take you close to Stonehenge. Here you can then explore the landscape by foot. Even visiting Neolithic houses to discover tools and objects of Neolithic life. You can also visit the Stonehenge exhibition to discover the story of Stonehenge.
Entry: £16.50, students/over 60s – £14.90, child- £9.90
Longleat Safari Park
Longleat Safari Park was amazing! It’s such a fun day out with so many animals to see. Separate blog post on this coming soon.
Entry: £33.95 or £28.85 if booked online
Entry is free but suggested donation is £6.00. All museums and houses below are located within walking distance of the Cathedral, in the Cathedral Close.
Arundells was the home of former British Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath.
Entry: £7 for house, garden and exhibition or £3 for garden
Mompesson house is an 18th century townhouse with a beautiful garden.
Entry: £6.50, child – £3.25
National Trust members free
The collection in this museum tells the story of the Berkshire and Wiltshire regiments over the past 250 years.
Entry: £5.00, child – £3.00
The Salisbury Museum
The museum has information on the history of Salisbury with artefacts, a ceramics gallery and costume gallery.
Entry:£7.50, child – £3.60
This beautiful house is located in Bishops Cannings in the heart of Wiltshire. This studio apartment is a great place for 1 or 2 people to stay. The house is very cosy and peaceful, surrounded by countryside.
Getting to Wiltshire
- 1 hour 30 minutes from London Waterloo to Salisbury on the train.
- We drove from Surrey to Devizes it took around 2 hours and it was very easy to get around Wiltshire by car.
*A huge thank you to Visit Wiltshire for inviting me to explore this beautiful county*