Wilton House

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Wilton House is a country house situated in Salisbury, England. The house, which is the home of the 18th Earl of Pembrokeshire was built on the site of a 9th-century nunnery. It is an impressive building that is complemented by 21 acres of landscaped gardens. The interior of the house is majestic, with a number of staterooms including the Double Cube Room. The rooms are decorated with valuable pieces of art. The house and its grounds are great for a few hours of exploration.

Getting there

The house is situated in Wilton which is just to the west of Salisbury. The 3, 25 and 26 buses travel to Wilton from Salisbury.

Opening Times and Admission

The house is open to visitors five days of the week in the summer months, 11.30pm-5pm Sunday to Thursday. Prices range from £15 to £4 depending on whether you want to just use the grounds or enter the house as well.

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