Wiltshire is renowned for its iconic white horses and other chalk carvings; visit all eight horses and capture their uniqueness.
Some of the Wiltshire White Horses date back 250 years, and whilst thirteen were known to exist, there are now eight remaining. You can find them at Westbury – where you’ll see the oldest white horse, Cherhill, Marlborough, Alton Barnes, Hackpen, Broad Town, Pewsey and Devizes.
Plan a day exploring the countryside taking in the great views, and if you are planning a longer stay, don’t miss out on seeing the chalk carvings at Fovant, Codford and Bulford, which represent Wiltshire's military past.
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