Salisbury has been a special place for a very long time and 2015 is particularly important as it's 800 years since the signing of Magna Carta. The finest original version is found at Salisbury's magnificent Cathedral.
Described as the 'city in the countryside' a weekend here will help put back what the rest of the week has taken out. You'll find a variety of accommodation ranging from city hotels through to cosy B&Bs and well-equipped self-catering properties.
As well as a wealth of attractions, Salisbury has a wide range of independent shops, hosts regular markets and more, find out why you should make time for Salisbury in 2015 on our website and discover more ideas below...
Discover Wiltshire with English Heritage
Stonehenge - a monumental day out
Get closer to your ancestors and the mystery of Stonehenge at our new, state-of-the-art exhibition and visitor centre.
Old Sarum - a shot in the past
Explore the lost city of Old Sarum and discover the legend behind Salisbury Cathedral.
St Anns House â€“ Lonely Planetâ€™s Top Choice for Salisbury.
Our Georgian town house B&B nestles in the finest residential street in Salisbury, just a couple of minutesâ€™ walk from all amenities. Our nine luxurious en suite bedrooms have been designed to the highest possible standard, with Georgian features, antique furniture and flat screen digital televisions. Breakfast is a very special event, with croissants, smoked salmon, frittata and â€˜Noahâ€™s Puddingâ€™ among the options on offer. Combined with impeccable service and a quiet location, St Anns is an exceptional place to stay.
Find out more about St Anns House and book your break here.
Take a moment to enter our competition to win a two night break in Salisbury
Enter our online competition to win a fantastic two night break for two at St Anns House. The prize will also include tickets to Stonehenge and a Salisbury Cathedral Tower Tour for two.
A selection of events taking place in Salisbury Cathedral this year to mark the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta:
Early March New Magna Carta exhibition opens 13 June Magna Carta Gala Concert 14 June 'Libertea' party on the Cathedral lawn 15 June Wiltshire County Community Event 7-10 July 'Magna Cantata' Concert 15-19 July Southern Cathedrals Festival 15-20 September Magna Flora Flower Festival
Travel through time exploring Englandâ€™s eclectic heritage from prehistoric fossil sites and imposing castles and country houses to its literary, industrial and maritime past.
To discover more historic spots go to VisitEngland.com
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