From art to gardens – discover Wilton House, near Salisbury, for an exciting cultural break.
Wilton House has been home to the Earls of Pembroke since 1544 and contains one of the finest art collections in Europe with works by Van Dyke, Rembrandt and Brueghel. The House offers a fascinating insight into British history from Tudor times through to World War 2.
Make time to explore the 21 acres of landscaped parkland and four formal gardens. Hop across the bridges in the Japanese garden, wander through the arboretum and enjoy strolling along the River Nadder, which passes through the parkland.
Keen car enthusiasts will like the display of classic and sports cars owned by Lord Pembroke and for younger visitors there’s an exciting adventure playground. Wilton House has often been used as a filming venue and has most recently featured in The Young Victoria and Pride and Prejudice.
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