Wiltshire is rich in historic landmarks including Stone Henge. Some great architectural buildings include Lacock Abbey, Salisbury Cathedral and Magna Carta and the Merchants House. On the outskirts of Wiltshire, be sure to visit well-preserved Roman Baths in Bath. For a comprehensive guide on siteseeing in Wiltshire, Tripadvisor is a superb resource with user ratings.

Stone Henge

Places To Stay

From excellent budget hotels to luxury castle manors, you can be sure to find a place to stay and remember in Wiltshire. Popular hotels include the Kings Head Inn, The Moonraker and Beechfield House. Alternatively you can find many cottages to rent and many campsites including the Stonehenge Campsite & Glamping Pods. The Good Hotel Guide have carried out independant reviews in Wiltshire

Cottages in Wiltshire

Local Businesses

Many modern and long established businesses can found in Wiltshire. A Salisbury jewellers who were founded in 1817 has been named the oldest family business in Wiltshire. Local investment has found Trowbridge to be an up and coming business hub. To find all the best business services in Wiltshire, InfoBest are a highly recommended resource.

Top Twelve Things to Do and See

Fancy a rush of adrenalin or a simple and relaxing day in Wiltshire. Here are our recommended twelve things to do in Wiltshire

The Roman Baths

The Roman Baths is one of the best historic sites in Wiltshire, and one of the most popular tourist attractions in the UK. Feel like you are in ancient Rome in this well preserved site once used for bathing.

Fisherton Mill

Much more than an amazing art gallery, Fisherton Mill offers great food, workshops and artisit studio. You can also find unique gifts to take home to loved ones.

Coate Water Country Park

A beautiful country park situated on the edge of Swindon. With many features to keep the whole family happy, including a play area, pitch and putt and BBQ hire. You can also relax with a spot of fishing.

Boscombe Down Aviation Collection

If you love aviation and want to be up close to the action, then this a visit here is a must. Have fun in the cockpits, with helmets and suits to try on and learn about the story of aviation in the UK.

Caen Hill Locks

Consisting of 29 locks on the Kennet and Avon Canal, be sure to visit for a peaceful walk or even hire a boat for a longer stay. Surrounded by the elegant Wiltshire countryside.

Wyvern Theatre

The auditorium has 635 seats and every seat is designed to be no further than 70ft from the stage. The theatre offers a mixed programme of concerts, comedy, dance, drama, musical theatre and local amateur productions.

ESPA at Lucknam Park Spa

If you fancy unwinding at a luxury spa then this is the one for you. The precious moments day experience offers complete relaxation from start to finish. However, the choice of day spa's does not stop there.


Longleat, nestled within 900 acres of elegant landscaped grounds, is home to the UK's original Safari Park. You get a great feel that the animals are loved and cared for, while being up close and personal.

Cheddar Gorge & Caves

Cheddar Gorge is a walkers paradise with spectacular views. Teh caves can be explored with an audio guide and is safe for kids to visit. Be sure to visit the town after with some quaint shops and cafes.

Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens

As with Longleat, this park offers viewings of animals free to roam in a natural habitat. The grounds are well-kept and the staff are fantastic, who really are passionate about their jobs.

Stourhead - National Trust

For every season, if you love inspiration for gardens, then this is a must visit. The gardens are really what sets this apart. They are set around a lake with paths designed to lead you to the picture perfect views.

Iford Manor Gardens

Internationally renowned, Grade 1 listed, Italianate gardens designed by Harold Peto. Again, if you are looking for inspiration for gardening, then this is another must stop. Children are welcome but this may not be ideal for a family day out. Close supervision is recommended