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Ranked #1 of 25 attractions in Salisbury
Category: Sports Complexes; Tours
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Ranked #2 of 25 attractions in Salisbury
Category: Architectural Buildings; Religious Sites; Landmarks
Owner description: Completed in 1258, this is one of the finest medieval cathedrals in Britain, which features the tallest spire in England that... more » Owner description: Completed in 1258, this is one of the finest medieval cathedrals in Britain, which features the tallest spire in England that rises 404 feet into the air. « less
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Ranked #3 of 25 attractions in Salisbury
Category: Specialty Museums; Museums
Owner description: Whether you're a serious aviation enthusiast or a kid who wants to sit in fast jet cockpits, this is for you! Please note -... more » Owner description: Whether you're a serious aviation enthusiast or a kid who wants to sit in fast jet cockpits, this is for you! Please note - We are at Old Sarum Airfield - NOT at the Boscombe Down airfield. « less
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Ranked #4 of 25 attractions in Salisbury
Category: Architectural Buildings; Landmarks
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Ranked #5 of 25 attractions in Salisbury
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks
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Ranked #6 of 25 attractions in Salisbury
Category: History Museums; Museums
Owner description: Salisbury Museum is based in the Grade 1 listed building, The King's House, just opposite the west front of Salisbury... more » Owner description: Salisbury Museum is based in the Grade 1 listed building, The King's House, just opposite the west front of Salisbury Cathedral. It houses a significant archaeological collection relating to nearby Stonehenge, as well as costume, fine art (including Turner watercolours) and ceramics. Our new Wessex Gallery dedicated to the archaeology of south Wiltshire has just opened. « less
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Ranked #7 of 25 attractions in Salisbury
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals; Landmarks
Owner description: St Thomas’s Church. A welcome in the heart of the city Dating mostly from the Fifteenth Century, the Church of St Thomas a... more » Owner description: St Thomas’s Church. A welcome in the heart of the city Dating mostly from the Fifteenth Century, the Church of St Thomas a Becket stands in its own square at the north end of Salisbury High Street, a two-minute walk from the Cathedral Close. This has been a place of worship since the early Thirteenth Century. Please come in for a look round. Try to spot the “damned bishop” being led to Hell in the famous Doom painting. Or why not try counting all 250 angels on the roof, walls and pillars? There is full disabled access to all public areas of the church with ramps and an automatic door. Quiet, boisterous, contemplative, social: it’s always a good time to drop in to St Thomas’s. We’d be happy to meet you whenever you can stop by. « less
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Ranked #8 of 25 attractions in Salisbury
Category: History Museums; Museums
Owner description: The military museum of the Berkshire and Wiltshire regiments is housed on the ground floor of one of the oldest medieval... more » Owner description: The military museum of the Berkshire and Wiltshire regiments is housed on the ground floor of one of the oldest medieval houses in The Close. Wheelchair friendly. Large peaceful garden that leads down to the river with 200 year old Copper Beech tree, and many other plants which our super talented gardener will identify for you. Only £1.50 To visit the garden. For children there is a quiz and children's dressing up area. We are also mentioned in the Haunted Salisbury book as being the most haunted house in Salisbury! There is a small shop area to purchase military related items, pocket money toys and unique war diaries. Family ticket £12.Adult £5 Concessions £4 Children £2. Free to serving members of the Armed Forces. Join the Friends of the Museum for £10 and have free entry for a year. Opening Hours: March-October Monday- Saturday 10-5. Plus April-October- Sundays 12-4.30. Feb & Nov Tues-Sat 10-5. Dec & Jan: Closed « less
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Ranked #9 of 25 attractions in Salisbury
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks
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Ranked #10 of 25 attractions in Salisbury
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks
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Ranked #11 of 25 attractions in Salisbury
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks
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Ranked #12 of 25 attractions in Salisbury
Category: Gardens; Nature and Parks
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Ranked #13 of 25 attractions in Salisbury
Category: Hiking Trails
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Ranked #14 of 25 attractions in Salisbury
Category: Gardens; Nature and Parks
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Ranked #15 of 25 attractions in Salisbury
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals; Landmarks
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Ranked #16 of 25 attractions in Salisbury
Category: Historic Walking Areas; Landmarks
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Ranked #17 of 25 attractions in Salisbury
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Ranked #18 of 25 attractions in Salisbury
Category: Art Galleries
Owner description: Explore a treasure trove of amazing artwork in the largest independent art gallery in the South West.Spread over two floors... more » Owner description: Explore a treasure trove of amazing artwork in the largest independent art gallery in the South West.Spread over two floors and overflowing into a sunny courtyard, our ever-changing, contemporary collection brings together the work of leading artists, sculptors and furniture makers from across the UK as well as carefully selected, unique gifts which are sourced from the UK and further afield.Discover a selection of beautiful handmade cards and jewellery, as well as original glassware, ceramics, woodwork, and textiles – and take time to enjoy some of the finer things in life in a uniquely historic setting. Tempting cream teas, generously filled sandwiches and main meals for the most discerning palates – our relaxed and friendly café is a slice of foodie heaven in the heart of SalisburyThanks to fresh, quality ingredients and the care and creativity of chef proprietor Michael Fox, we’re a culinary treat worth talking about – winner of the 2012 Observer Food Monthly Awards 'Best Cheap Eats in the South and West'. « less
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Ranked #19 of 25 attractions in Salisbury
Category: Farms; Landmarks
Owner description: River Bourne Community Farm is based on land adjacent to Cow Lane in the village of Laverstock, Salisbury. Initially on 63... more » Owner description: River Bourne Community Farm is based on land adjacent to Cow Lane in the village of Laverstock, Salisbury. Initially on 63 acres of land adjoining the River Bourne, the farm has developed into a sustainable working farm, supported by full-time staff and by volunteers.The farm is managed by The River Bourne Community Farm C.I.C. This is a 'Community Interest Company' designed specifically for those wishing to operate for the benefit of the community rather than for the benefit of the owners of the company.Education plays a large part of the farm, giving local educational establishments access to the day-to-day work of the farm whilst stressing sustainability and ecologically sound practices. A traditional herd of cattle, with sheep, pigs and hens is complimented by some crop planting. Fruit and vegetables are grown in our education field and polytunnel. Visitors are welcome to come and have a look around the farm and see all the animals including our very friendly goats and donkeys. We have a farm shop selling eggs from our chickens, pork and sausages from pigs reared on the farm, local honey and many other lovely treats! We also have a cafe where you can get refreshments, home-made cakes and light lunches and snacks. Check our website for events, workshops and other information. « less
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Ranked #20 of 25 attractions in Salisbury
Ranked #21 of 25 attractions in Salisbury
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks
Ranked #22 of 25 attractions in Salisbury
Category: Sports Complexes; Landmarks
Owner description: Riding for all ages and ability around the beautiful Salisbury plain or if horses are not your type of thing you can do one... more » Owner description: Riding for all ages and ability around the beautiful Salisbury plain or if horses are not your type of thing you can do one of our other many activities like Cycling, Orienteering/Navigation, Hill/mountain Walking, Pony/bushcraft Parties, Camping, Salisbury Plain safaris and many more « less
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Ranked #23 of 25 attractions in Salisbury
Category: Castles; Landmarks
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Owner description: OPENING 28 March 2015 This real life Escape Room is great fun, set against the 800 year anniversary of the Magna Carta. Can... more » Owner description: OPENING 28 March 2015 This real life Escape Room is great fun, set against the 800 year anniversary of the Magna Carta. Can you solve the mystery of the missing Professor and a copy of the Magna Carta and escape the rooms before the time is up? Ingenious physical and multi-media puzzles and clues challenge your lateral thinking skills to the limit. Excellent for families, friends, colleagues. Teams of 2-6. « less
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Category: Architectural Buildings; Historic Sites; Landmarks
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