Devizes Inn

53/55 Devizes Road, Salisbury, SP2 7LQ, United Kingdom
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Travel Tips for Salisbury

Full English Breakfast

by heitzenrater

So this is a must have well in london or England for that matter. So there is not much to say but it tastes good. Look at the picture to see what you get.

EGGS
TOAST
SAUSAGE
BACON
FRIED TOMATO
SAUTEED MUSHROOMS
BEANS

Eat up and enjoy!

Salisbury Library

by LouiseTopp

The library in Salisbury is at the corner of the market square next to the Cornmarket Inn. It’s improved a lot over the years & it’s not as dingy as it was. They used to have some swing doors at the front which were very heavy to use, they used to swing back sending you flying across the terrace. The library is approached by a flight of steps inside there is reception and a counter for book renewals/returns. They also have contact point which gives out information on local clubs and societies. There’s also a rear entrance which has a button to push which will open the doors for people in wheelchairs. At the back is the children’s lending library, it’s like being back at school again.

Every first Saturday of the month they run stories & activities for the children from 11-12pm. They also have family Story Time on the 2nd, 4th & 5th Saturday in the month. There are many activities for children here; on entering you notice the fish tank with two goldfish, & the little furniture next to a small blackboard for the kiddies to scribble on.

Upstairs in an artist’s galley where the photographic society displays their work, there’s also an area for reference and using the net. Your only allowed two sessions per hour on the net and it will time out whether your in the middle of work or not, but you do get a warning five minutes beforehand. There’s a lift to the upper levels, sometimes he one by the back access, fails to work for some reason. If you want a book & it’s not in, you may order if for 50p.

The opening hours are:

9-5pm Monday to Friday
Saturday is 4pm.

Salisbury Cathedral

by iwys

Salisbury Cathedral was built between 1250 and 1258. The tower and spire were added between 1280 and 1320. It is the tallest spire of any cathedral in the United Kingdom, and it surmounts one of the most beautiful buildings in the country.

Inside it are some remarkable relics, including an original copy of the Magna Carta and the oldest working clock in the world.

Opening times: 7.15am - 6.15pm

"Requested voluntary donations": Adults £4, Seniors & Students £3.50, Children £2

Salisbury Cathedral

by krissyM

This Cathedral has the highest church spire in England. If you look at the columns to the left and right of the altar you can see that they are badly warped. This is due to the fact that ground is sinking. There is a metal plate on the floor to the right of the altar. The plate is removed and the water content of the earth below is checked. If the earth gets to dry they call the city which opens up the dam to raise the water table. This in turn keeps the church from "sinking" and the columns from getting further warped from the weight of the spire.

I heard this story from one of the volunteers at the church. if you have the time talk to some of them. they are full of interesting and funny stories.

North Gate

by Airpunk

This beautiful city gate was built between 1327 and 1342. It had also the function of a small jail. Note the small figure of a king on top of it.

The gate was one of the entries from the cathedral (which was outside of the city) into the city.

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