How much do you know about the medieval city of Salisbury? Let us enlighten and inspire you and tell you about things to do in Salisbury…

A visit to Salisbury would be incomplete without a visit to Salisbury Cathedral. See Europe’s oldest working clock, Britain’s tallest spire, the best preserved of the 4 surviving original copies of the Magna Carta manuscripts and if you have a head for heights then a tower tour is a must for spectacular views of the city.

We have an award-winning museum – Salisbury Museum housing many artefacts from Salisbury’s past including the Stonehenge Gallery and the Rifles Museum – a military museum dedicated to the Berkshire and Wiltshire regiment.

There’s Mompesson House, a Queen Anne style house with beautiful courtyard garden, and just two miles north of the city is Old Sarum, the original site of Salisbury.

Join  Salisbury City Guides on a guided walk and learn more about the wealth of history or if you are interested in travel to Stonehenge then a trip aboard the Stonehenge Tour Bus is a must.

If you fancy guiding yourself around the city then why not look at getting one of the Treasure Trails guides to Salisbury? Or why not try out the Salisbury Escape Room; Magna Carta Challenge.

Nearby there’s the magnificent stately home of Wilton House and not forgetting the World Heritage Site of Stonehenge, which is just 10 miles north of the city.

Salisbury is also a great destination for shopping, find out more about shopping in Salisbury here.

Want to know more? Then search attractions in Salisbury for details of opening times, prices and more.

The Roman City of Bath

45 minutes from Salisbury, Bath became a World Heritage Site in 1987. The city's theatres, museums and other cultural and sporting venues have helped to make it a major centre for tourism with more than one million staying visitors and 3.8 million day visitors to the city each year.. Click to see 10 things to do in Bath before you leave.

Other Group Excursions

At Babylon we can be extremely flexible with suggesting excursions that we have tried and test or putting together excursions for your group if you have a particular place that you would like to visit. We always try to use our position as a UK educational institute in order to get group discounts on entries to the best attractions. Where not already available we risk assess every group trip and combine that assessment with the attraction's own assessment in order to ensure adequate supervision and guidance for groups.

Longleat Safari Park & Stately Home

Longleat Safari & Adventure Park has been one of the UK’s best-loved attractions for over 60 years. It features an extensive Safari Park, is home to BBC Animal Park and CBBC Roar and also has over 20 fabulous attractions, including Penguin Island, The Jungle Cruise, Monkey Temple and Longleat House, one of the most stunning stately homes in Britain. Click above to read more.

Cheddar Gorge

A brilliantly coloured crystalline grotto with fantastic calcite sculptures, dancing fountains, mirror pools and evocative music and lighting. It's awesome! Cheddar Gorge is one of the most spectacular set of show cave in the United Kingdom. Its also the home of the oldest human skeleton in the country. There is so much to do including climbing, caving, cycling and museums. Click above for more info.