Mompesson House is an 18th century Grade I listed house situated in the city of Salisbury, England. The house was constructed in the 17th century for local MP Sir Thomas Mompesson. It was built to the classic Queen Anne architectural style of that period. Since Mompesson's passing in the early 18th century some other notable figures have lived at the house such as one of the Bishops of Salisbury.
The house is situated close to Salisbury cathedral. The house is a 5-10 minute walk away from ‘Salisbury’ train station. The 68 bus stops a short walk away from the house.
Opening Times and Admission
The house is open to visitors daily 11am-5pm.