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Holidays in Wiltshire

Home to Salisbury Plain, a chalk plateau that is abundant in wildlife and chalk carvings such as the Westbury White Horse lining the hillside, Wiltshire has its own UNESCO World Heritage site in the world-renowned Stonehenge.  With its origins traced back to 3100 BC, Stonehenge has been brought into the 21st Century with a stunning new visitor experience. 
 
Explore the individual market towns of Amesbury, Devizes, Marlborough and Westbury and a stunning array of events such as the Swindon Literary Festival, the Chalke Valley History Festival and the Marlborough Jazz Festival.
 
A must-visit for families and wildlife lovers is Longleat Safari Park where not only can you enjoy a unique safari experience, but you can also marvel at the beautiful stately home of Longleat House.
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Places in Wiltshire to visit

Castle Combe Circuit

A motor racing circuit with a pedigree of famous names that includes Stirling Moss. Now offering some great track day experiences.

The Kennet and Avon Canal Devizes

The Kennet and Avon Canal runs from Bristol to Reading and is a great leisure waterway for boating enthusiasts, walkers and cyclists.

Longleat Safari Park

Possibly the most famous safari park in Britain. Longleat and Longleat House is seat to the Marquesses of Bath.

Salisbury Cathedral

The spire at Salisbury Cathedral is the tallest in Britain.  Salisbury also has Britain's largest close at 40 hectares and the largest Cloisters.

Stonehenge

One of the wonders of the world, and the best known prehistoric monument in Europe.

Lacock Abbey

A country house once home to William Henry Fox Talbot, set in woodland grounds. Also visit the historic village.