Bulford, Salisbury, , SP1 2EL
At the end of World War I, New Zealand troops stationed nearby decided to dig out their Kiwi emblem on Beacon Hill. The resulting bird covers 1.5 acres and is 420ft long.
Amesbury Road, Salisbury, , SP4 0EW
Cholderton Charlie's Farm is a Rare Breed Farm attraction, set in over 40 acres of stunning Wiltshire Countryside. Activities run throughout the day, in and outdoor play areas and our Tree Top Trail!
Salisbury Library, Galleries Market Place, Salisbury, , SP1 1BL
Gallery devoted to contemporary art.
108 Fisherton Street, Salisbury, , SP2 7QY
Fisherton Mill houses the South of England's largest independent Art Gallery exhibiting work by leading artists, sculpture and furniture makers.We also boast a fantastic cafe and unique gallery shop.
Tollard Royal, Salisbury, , SP5 5PY
Victorian Pleasure Gardens created by General Pitt Rivers in 1880. Recognised by English Heritage as a garden of National Importance
The Close, Salisbury, , SP1 2EL
Queen Anne townhouse in Salisbury's Cathedral Close. Magnificent plasterwork and a collection of English 18th-century drinking glasses. Tranquil garden and tea-room. Family trails.
Castle Road, Salisbury, , SP1 3SD
Huge ramparts and earthworks covering 56 acres. First an Iron Age hill fort, later inhabited by Romans, Saxons, Danes and Normans.
The King's House 65 The Close, Salisbury, , SP1 2EN
Grade I Listed building. Stonehenge collection, Salisbury Giant, Early Man. History of Old Sarum, Salisbury, ceramics, Wedgwood, costume, lace.
Stonehenge, Salisbury, , SP4 7DE
The true meaning of this ancient, awe-inspiring creation has been lost in the mists of time. Surrounded by mystery, Stonehenge never fails to impress.
Catheral Close, Salisbury, , SP1 2EY
A sound and picture show which reveals Salisbury's extraordinary past, shows its colourful present, and 'flies' the audience to many of the fine attractions in the area.