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Full-Day Tour of Salisbury and Stonehenge from Salisbury
"The tour starts at 9am from Salisbury Train Station or Central Car Park Coach Park in Salisbury.It begins in the Medieval Cathedral City with all of its history and mystique where you enjoy a tour of the City before spending an hour at the Cathed the original City of Salisbury. This Iron Age settlement became Salisbury after visits from Saxons Danes Vikings and Normans. Old Sarum offers wonderful views over the City and the surrounding landscape. This is where King John had his garrisons in the early 1200s before the barons rose up against the King which resulted in the Magna Carta being sealed in 1 exploring the Oldest continuous settlement in England (as recognised by Guinness). The site of recent Archaeological discoveries of which we have exclusive access to will leave you amazed and very glad that you took this tour of discovery.Leaving Central Coach Park or a local hotel (if you are staying overnight). The tour will be completed at 5.30pm."""
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Full Day Tour of Stonehenge and Salisbury Cathedral from Dorset
"Leaving from Dorset you drive north through Cranborne Chase the heart of neolithic England. You then visit Knowlton church and henge magnet for those interested in the mysteries of Earth energy. You will then have a chance to visit the magical ancient site of Stonehenge World Heritage Site at your own expense. A new Visitor Centre at Stonehenge includes an exhibition. After viewing the exhibition a “Land Train” will take you to Stonehenge. You will be provided with an audio guide available in 10 languages. Learn about the millennia of use that created Stonehenge as we see it today. Fortress calendar
From GBP75.00
 
Private Chauffeured Vehicle to Stonehenge from London
"Board your luxury chauffeur driven Mercedes or similar minivan for a day to remember with your licensed Blue Badge guide who will accompany you from London to Stonehenge. On arrival your Blue Badge guide will take you onto the site where you can enjoy the stones at your leisure with a fascinating guided tour.""""The great and ancient stone circle of Stonehenge is one of the great wonders of the world and has been awarded World Heritage status. Why it was built is a mystery it has been a pagan place of worship an astronomical clock and a Bronze age burial ground. Its origins date back almost 5000 years. Decide for yourself while you discover this unique monument."
From GBP600.00

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Wiltshire

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Cathedral Tower Tour

It was difficult to take pictures inside the cathedral and flash would not have helped because the area was too large to be illuminated in that way. I tried to take a picture of the way that they had...
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Alexander Keiller Museum & Manor Farm

My family was more interested in the stones than the village, and I did not know anything about the village at the time, except that there was no place for me to sit and rest - a serious shortcoming...
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New Hall Hospital at Bodenham

In 1939 New Hall at Bodenham was requisitioned by the Army & in 1944 General Dwight Eisenhower slept there prior to the Normandy Landings on D-day. After the war Lord Radnor purchased New Hall to save...
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COWS LINING UP

It's fun to view the landscape while driving around. We spotted this unusual sight - at least for us. A lot of cows were all lined up in a row going to their barn for milking. They really looked funny...
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SILBURY HILL

Silbury Hill is very close to Avebury and Stonehenge.. another reminder of how long man has inhabited this part of England. Originally, begun in 2400 B.C. - yes, it's that old - Silbury Hill sits...
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Bowood House

People visit Bowood House between Calne and Chippenham every year. While there is nothing wrong with stumping up the cash to look round the house there are great public footpaths around the...
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Stonehenge & stories

The last time I came here was in July, the whole place was packed with tourists. There is stories that Stonehenge was built by the druids for sacrificial ceremonies. It was in medival times that...
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Odstock & Nunton Village

Just down the hill from Salisbury district hospital are two small villages called Odstock & Nunton. You can get to the village of Downton this way by bike by cycling through the village of Bodenham &...
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Barford St Martin

Barford St.Martin is a little, village in South Wiltshire sited 2 miles from Wilton, the ancient capital of Wessex & some 13 miles from Shaftsbury. It is on the junction of the A30 & the B3089. The...
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Great Wishford village

Most people connect the village with Oak Apple Day on May 29th, when the villagers get up in the early hours to gather oak boughs from nearby woods. The event marks an ancient decree that lets people...
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Grovely Woods

Grovely Wood is a big region of woods that is now owned by the Forestry Commission ''Grovely Grovely & all Grovely" is the cry of local people from Great Wishford as they use their ancient right to...
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The Bustard Inn

Sometimes called something else, & you can probably imagine what that is. The Bustard is in a remote location on Salisbury Plain, The Bustard Inn gives guests the best of numerous worlds - great...
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Amesbury Village

Amesbury is a little Wiltshire town. It lies on the River Avon, eight miles north of Salisbury, at a point where the main road from London to Exeter bridges the river. The chalk downlands of Salisbury...
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Pewsey Village

Pewsey is in the county of Wiltshire in the southern part of England. While mainly a quiet village of about 5000 residents, Pewsey has in current years become a pleasing place to live by those looking...
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Top Hotels in Wiltshire

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Wilton Road, Salisbury, United Kingdom
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Winterbourne Monkton, Avebury, SN4 9NW, United Kingdom
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Shaw Ridge Leisure Park, Whitehill Way, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN5 7DW, United Kingdom
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Warminster England Ba12 9hh, United Kingdom, Warmi
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Top Things to Do in Wiltshire

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Old Sarum

Old Sarum probably won’t be the first place visitors will come to on their first visit to Salisbury, but it should be the first place to know about, because without Old Sarum there would be no...
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Avebury Stone Circle

After the thrill of seeing Stonehenge, even from the distance, it was an even greater thrill to visit Avebury and to walk amongst the standing stones. Avebury is a small village built inside a...
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Longleat Safari Park

Longleat is a great day out for all the family. I went with my boyfriend about a week after my mum and nan went - me and my bf got round the whole park in plenty of time but mum & nan didn't but the...
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Great Chalfield Manor

The parish church which adjoins the Great Chalfield Manor is at least a century older than the manor house. It is definitely worth taking the time to visit for its connections with Thomas Tropnell,...
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Marlborough College

Yet another boys dormitory designated with a letter, A House overlooks Court near the Chapel. Much like B House, it was built in 1850 by the renowned architect Edward Blore, who is famous for building...
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Stonehenge

I took the Stonehenge Hop on tour bus from Salisbury rail station ,fare £28 ,this may seem high but it includes bus and admission to Stonehenge,this means you go straight to the shuttle bus. O n ...
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