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Things to do

Salisbury is well known for its iconic cathedral, stunning architecture and medieval history.

Whilst visiting Salisbury this Christmas, be sure to explore this truly beautiful city.

Salisbury Cathedral

The magnificent 800-year-old Salisbury Cathedral is set in the beautiful Cathedral Close. Its spire is the tallest in Britain and the Cathedral is home to the best-preserved Magna Carta.

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Salisbury Museum

The award-winning Salisbury Museum has one of Europe’s most extensive collections of pre-historic artefacts. The Museum hosts impressive historic collections, exhibitions, and activities throughout the year.

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Mompesson House

The National Trust’s Mompesson House is a homely and welcoming 18th-century townhouse in the heart of Salisbury's Cathedral Close. A fine example of the rich architecture in Salisbury.

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ARUNDELLS

A Grade II listed home and its beautiful gardens are situated to the west of the Cathedral Close which was the home of former Prime Minister Sir Ted Heath and his personal collections.

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Salisbury Playhouse

One of Britain’s leading producing theatres, with a national reputation for high quality work. A thrilling programme of performances are held within the 517-seat Main House and the 149-seat Salberg.

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Salisbury Arts Centre

On the opposite side of the city to the Playhouse, based in a beautifully converted church, Salisbury Arts Centre offers a wide range of interesting exhibitions, performances and workshops.

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Opening Times

Monday – Wednesday
10 am – 6pm
Food quarter : 10 am – 8.30pm

Thursday
10 am – 8pm
Food quarter : 10 am – 8.30pm

Friday & Saturday
10 am – 6:30pm
Food quarter : 10 am – 8.30pm

Sunday
10 am – 4pm
Food quarter : 10 am – 5pm

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