|CORSHAM COURT||Stately Homes & Gardens|
Corsham Court is one of England's finest Stately Homes.
It houses one of the oldest, most distinguished collections of Old Masters and furniture in the country.
With "Capability" Brown gardens/arboretum, and architecture by John Nash and Thomas Bellamy, Corsham Court provides a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the many delights of this historic and beautiful Stately Home.
|WILTON HOUSE||Stately Homes & Gardens|
|Wilton Park, Wilton, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP2 0BZ|
Home of the 18th Earl of Pembroke, Wilton House provides a fascinating and relaxing day out.
The Visitor Centre with its award winning film, Victorian Laundry and Tudor Kitchen allows visitors to step back in time and will guide them through centuries of history and the colourful lives of some of the house's inhabitants.
Marvel at Inigo Jones' magnificent State Rooms, including the Double Cube Room and admire the famous art collection.
Wilton House is set in 21 acres of magnificent landscaped parkland, bordered by the River Nadder which is the setting for the majestic Palladian Bridge.
|HEALE GARDEN & PLANT CENTRE||Stately Homes & Gardens|
|Middle Woodford, Salisbury, SP4 6NT|
Heale House (closed to the public) with 8-acres of exquisite gardens, located on the northern side of Salisbury, providing a varied collection of plants, shrubs, musk and other roses, growing in the formal setting of clipped hedges and mellow stonework; at their best in June and July. Particularly lovely, especially in Spring and Autumn is the water garden, planted with magnolia and acres, surrounding the Japanese Tea House and Nikko Bridge. In January, great drifts of snow drops and aconite's bring early colour and the promise of spring. Unusual plants, including many of those growing in the garden, can be bought in the specialist, internationally renowned Plant Centre, together with gifts for all ages, especially garden enthusiasts. Admission: £6.00 Adults, £3.00 Children. Open: Wed-Sat: 10.00am-5.00pm, Sun & Bank Holiday Monday: 11.00am-4.00pm.
|LARMER TREE GARDENS||Stately Homes & Gardens|
|Tollard Royal, Salisbury, SP5 5PY|
Set in the beautiful landscape of the Cranborne Chase, these 11-acre pleasure grounds were designed in 1880 by General Augustus Pitt Rivers.
They contain an extraordinary collection of buildings, including a Roman temple, open-air theatre and Nepalese rooms. The beautifully laid out garden, with its stunning views, majestic trees and sunken dell ponds retains an atmosphere of elegance and informality. The gardens and Coffee Grove Café are open March to October, Sunday to Thursday 11am to 4.30pm, serving delicious coffee, lunch and tea.
Please check our website for opening times throughout the year.
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|MOMPESSON HOUSE||Stately Homes & Gardens|
|The Close, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2EL|
Mompesson House, "The House in The Close" is a perfect example of Queen Anne architecture and was built for Charles Mompesson in 1701.
It is noted for its elegant and spacious interior, especially the magnificent plasterwork and fine oak staircase. See the important Turnbull collection of 18th century drinking glasses, fine period furniture and charming walled garden with its garden tea room.
Mompesson House featured as Mrs Jennings' London home in the award-winning film "Sense and Sensibility". Mompesson House is today owned by the National Trust.
Opening Times: Saturday 16th March 2013- Sunday 3rd November 2013, Saturday to Wednesday 11.00am to 5.00pm. Last admission 4.30pm.