Sights & landmarks in Wiltshire

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  • Catherine
    4 contributions
    The mannequins were very life like, the cafe and staff were very pleasant. Entrance price was a little too high.
    Written 25 June 2022
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  • GPaCalgary
    Calgary, Canada1,825 contributions
    Our day tour took us for a waling tour to this cathedral, we were inspired by its beauty and fantastic architecture. The spire is so tall that it is impossible to get lost in the town of Salisbury!
    Written 6 July 2022
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  • Lucy F
    Cambridge, UK80 contributions
    I feel like most people know what Stonehenge is before visiting, so I don’t really get the comments saying ‘it’s just stones’.. we had an affiliate membership so didn’t have to pay for entry- I can see that would be expensive for a family. I thought the visitor area was very good, and I enjoyed the bit particularly where it had different photos of people there. I was surprised how tall it was in real life! If you’re just going to look at the stones and just say okay, don’t go.. but if you find the history interesting I would recommend. I wish the road noise wasn’t there though. It’s one to tick off the bucket list for sure
    Written 4 July 2022
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  • Olivia_3491
    London, Canada27 contributions
    My partner was finally able to do his VIP Bug & Reptile experience today after many lockdown postponements! Glenn was the keeper who delivered the experience and he was kind enough to let me and my friend tag along to watch the experience and be a little bit involved too.
    Glenn was really knowledgeable and friendly and my partner really enjoyed it.
    Written 4 July 2022
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  • valharris27
    Colchester, UK11 contributions
    Well marked with the grassed area well maintained. Plastic walkway was not helpful for me, it was probably laid so you could more easily avoid any mud.
    Written 27 June 2022
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  • Wheresmebus
    Nantwich, UK252 contributions
    We've had this on the list for years, this time we made a point of stopping off during a transit drive from the Mendips to Wiltshire. Well worth the visit, apart from the house and the walled kitchen garden there are extensive grounds offering lengthy walks around the lake. Particular points of interest are the impressive views, the Palladian Bridge and the numerous 'folly' buildings, eg the Pantheon, Temple of Flora, Temple of Apollo etc. Lots of seats dotted around to simply pause and enjoy the vista. Only disappointment was the 'ice cream parlour' allegedly offering gelato but which turned out to be anything but, and in tubs. Loads of parking, if you've got a larger vehicle, use the overflow area rather than the coach park, we found this much easier to use.
    Written 4 July 2022
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  • Chloe R
    1 contribution
    Had a lovely time at Longleat house on Saturday! Our tour guide Jennifer was really engaging and friendly, and even kept the youngest of our group engaged too! She let us ask as many questions as we wanted and answered them in detail! Can’t thank her enough for the tour, she’s a real credit to the place (she also takes amazing pictures on the grand stair case)
    Written 11 April 2022
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  • Gary Stocker
    Leamington Spa, UK31 contributions
    I was expecting it to be average, but actually found it very good. We were stopping at the George and I had some time to spare before our next engagement. So I had a look in here. I am glad that I did. The two guide books gave just the right amount of detail for it to be interesting. There are quite a few features of interest, including a chantry chapel, some Anglo Saxon features and some interesting archaeological finds. The history and folklore were interesting too. The interior was light and cheerful.
    There was a good range of souvenirs as well.
    Will certainly try and visit again next time that I am in the locality.
    Written 9 June 2022
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  • WatfordNeil
    Enfield, London163 contributions
    Had a lovely picnic in the field in front of the house. This was so much better than any motorway service station. Parking reasonably priced, there are also toilets and a big cafe. Less than ten minutes off the M40. Nice little lake with very tame ducks.
    Written 19 June 2022
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  • Christopher D
    3 contributions
    Fabulous place to visit. The team were so very inviting and knowledgeable. The views before entrance to the engine house are.stunning. I'm going to ensure to get there on a steaming day.
    Written 2 July 2022
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  • STEPHEN K
    Ashby de la Zouch, UK1,219 contributions
    Everyone visits the Stones but this is just as important and a place to tick off as visiting here gives an insight into the whole topography and puts the Woodhebge and Stonehenge areas into perspective.
    Written 16 August 2021
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  • Saran W
    3 contributions
    Well worth a visit to explore the amazing flight of locks and marvel at the engineering. A lovely walk along the towpath and great cafe too.
    Written 25 June 2022
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  • Steve R
    Lytchett Matravers, UK234 contributions
    The barn and surrounding building have been wonderfully and sympathetically restored. It was much larger than we thought but a really gorgeous structure both indoors and outdoors.
    Written 22 April 2022
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  • Carolyn A
    Hungerford, UK9 contributions
    Full of historical & interesting facts & artefacts. The guides are very informative. So much to learn, see and enjoy
    Written 29 April 2022
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  • tes108
    Newcastle, Australia643 contributions
    Wonderful sunny day and in awe of the long history of these stones. Opportunity for a lovely long walk right among the stones. There are places to park without paying the £7 fee and The Red Lion pub a great place to rest and rehydrate.
    Written 8 June 2022
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