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Old Wardour Castle - Set in landscaped grounds beside a lake in peaceful Wiltshire countryside, these 14th century ruins provide a relaxed, romantic day out for couples, families and budding historians alike - English Heritage - Wiltshire - Disabled friendly / facilities see website


Salisbury Cathedral - "Whether you come to worship, to marvel at or climb up to Britain's tallest spire, to be awed by the beauty and scale of the cathedral interior or to study the original Magna Carta in our Chapter House, we welcome you." - Salisbury - Disabled friendly / facilities see website


Salisbury & South Wiltshire Museum - archaeology collections of outstanding national importance, paintings, prints and drawings, outstanding collection of ceramics - Salisbury - Disabled friendly & baby changing wheelchair access restricted see website


Stonehenge - Sun worship temple? Healing centre? Huge calendar? - English Heritage - Visitor Centre with exhibitions, shuttle bus to site, café and shop "The main areas in and around car/coach parks, the visitor centre and the Stone Circle are accessible by wheelchair via tarmac and grass paths (subject to weather). The visitor shuttle carriages are also accessible. The wider landscape is not accessible to standard wheelchairs. Two wheelchairs are available to visitors on request at the admissions tills on a first come, first served basis". "All audio items and tills at the visitors centre have induction loops. All spoken audio exhibits in exhibition have subtitles and BSL." Accessible toilets including a "Changing Places" facility changing-places-icon


Stourhead - Palladian mansion and world-famous landscape garden - National Trust - Mere - Wiltshire - Disabled & Pushchair friendly & baby changing, wheelchair access - see website


Westwood Manor - 15th-century stone manor house - National Trust - Bradford-on-Avon - Wiltshire - unsuitable for under-fives, Disabled parking no wheelchair access details found - see website


Wilton House - Lived in continuously by successive generations of the family for over 460 years - Earl and Countess of Pembroke - Disabled friendly / facilities see website




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