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Stonehenge
Stonehenge
This world famous prehistoric monument 2 miles west of the historic town of Amesbury (Britain’s oldest settlement) and 8 miles north of Salisbury. Instantly recognisable this iconic example of English pre history is one of the most famous sites in the world.

Stonehenge today is a...
Located in Salisbury’s Cathedral Close, Arundells is the former home of Sir Edward Heath, Prime Minister. Following his death in 2005 Sir Edward bequeathed the house to the Charitable Foundation as he wanted as many people as possible to be able to enjoy the artwork, photographs, political cartoons...
The Festival burst onto the scene in July 1973 and since then over 1 million people have enjoyed seeing theatre, dance, film and music performances and literary events and visual arts. The Festival takes place between mid-May and early June every year with both ticketed events and also free...
River Bourne Community Farm is a community based project with the purpose of creating a working farm from the 1960s for the Salisbury area. It is aimed at giving people the opportunity to learn about how a farm works and working with others to help develop a sense or purpose and achievement. There...
The Church of St. Mary and St. Nicholas was built on the site of the medieval Church of St. Nicholas bewteen 1841 and 1844. It was commissioned by the Dowager Countess of Pembroke and her son Lord Herbert of Lee and was designed by the architects T. H. Wyatt and D. Brandon and cost £20,000 to...
Salisbury Cathedral
Salisbury Cathedral
One of the key attractions for tourists to Salisbury, the Cathedral truly sits at the heart of the city. With the tallest Church spire in the UK, the Cathedral is a high profile venue for both spiritual and tourism visitors.

They hold the best of the remaining four original copies...
Cholderton Charlie's is a Rare Breed Survival Trust (RBST) registered Rare Breeds Farm. You can feed the animals, cuddle them, walk and pet them. The farm offers a great fun-filled family day out and is suitable for all ages and is fantastic value. There is an indoor Playbarn and outdoor play...
City Gate Church is part of the Pioneer network of churches that is informal and friendly with people of all ages making up the congregation. They have a service on Sundays from 10am and then from 10.30am onwards they worship together.
Go Skydive is one of the premier "first timer" Tandem Skydiving Centre and more than 14,000 people have jumped with them. The highly qualified instructors have jumped thousands of times but are aware this will be your first jump. The team want your first jump to be the best it can possibly be from...
Splash of Colour
Splash of Colour
Splash of Colour is a ‘paint your own’ pottery studio, offering a wide range of party ideas for both adults and children. We are also the perfect place to chill out with a cappuccino & cake.
Old Sarum
Old Sarum
Old Sarum sits at the location of the original Salisbury 2 miles north of where the city stands today. This Iron Age hill fort was where the original cathedral once stood. A great tourist location and local walking spot this English Heritage site boasts some of the best historical, educational...
Southampton Stonehenge Tours is based in Salisbury, an ideal location for both Stonhenge and Southampton and is run by Chris Litherland who is an Independent Private Tour Guide. This tour is perfect for anyone who is visiting Salisbury, a cruise guest or a daytripper and with his 7-seater your...
The Golf course is set in the Wiltshire countryside with great views for miles around very close to the medieval city of Salisbury. There are 27 holes all manintained to a high standard by professionals meaning the greens are of such quality they are praised by golfers all year round. Once you...
Victoria Park Community Tennis Centre is joint venture with the Salisbury City Council Parks Section. They aim to offer a range of tennis activities and coaching for the whole community either as a member or a pay and play basis. They welcome all standards and abilities.
The Church of St. Peter dates from around 1291, if not earlier. It was originally under the care of the Abbess of Wilton and then later the Earls of Pembroke. Unusually the church is still illuminated by Victorian gas lighting and the organ is powered by manual bellows which means someone has to...
Sarum College is an ecumenical centre for Christian study and research. Their passion is for learning that nourishes the human spirit and welcomes all faiths and all those wishing to grow in courage and wisdom. It was founded in 1995 and seven areas of learning - Christian Spirituality, Leadership,...
The Salisbury Museum houses collections that show the history and archaeology of Salisbury itself and south Wiltshire from prehistoric through to the present time. As you would expect the Museum has many artefacts from Stonehenge and its surrounding areas but also has exhibits that show the...
Old Sarum Airfield has been in operation for nearly 100 years since its creation just after the WWI started. Not only has it been used to defend the country from its enemies it has also been used as a development ground for the aviation industry. It was used as a Training Depot Station during WWI...
Role Play World
Role Play World
Role Play World provides an educational and innovative children’s play experience, where the children can learn and develop through play. The ever changing role-play areas are built as an alternating environment where fantasy and real life experiences combine whilst seeing the world through little...
The Salisbury RFC has been established for over 100 years providing rugby for all - players, spectators and volunteers and the club facilities are open to all whether to watch or play or to host or attend an event - everyone is welcome.