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Wonderful countryside, stunning skyscapes and a host of attractions with something to offer every visitor. Listed below are a few of Wiltshire's visitor attractions.
Approximate times by road from Summerhayes
18th-century landscaped garden, Palladian mansion, parkland, woods and chalk downs.
Elizabethan stately home, safari park, Postman Pat village, maze and much more.
Centre for birds of prey, flying demonstrations and education centre.
Medieval cathedral (Magna Carta) and close. Museum and Mompesson House (NT).
Stonehenge: a feat of Neolithic engineering.
Avebury: prehistoric stone circle, Alexander Keiller Museum. Silbury Hill: The largest man-made mound in Europe. West Kennet Long Barrow : Neolithic chambered tomb.
Superb local museum of Wiltshire artefacts.
The famous Caen Hill flight of locks on the K&A canal - 29 locks in 2 1/2 miles.
This city captivates most visitors with its architecture, interesting shops, buskers, world famous Roman Baths, Pump Rooms, Pulteney Bridge and Royal Crescent.
One of the prettiest villages in England.
Wonderfully preserved NT village – location for film and TV costume dramas.
Museum of the Great Western Railway .
Brewery tours and shire horse stable visits.
Beautiful gardens and home of the “Naked Gardeners”.
Early 19 th century pumping station for raising water to the K&A canal.
Only working windmill in Wiltshire.
Treasure Hunts for all.