The Salisbury Museum hosts one of England’s most impressive archaeological collections and a visit is the ideal complement to a tour of Stonehenge. Follow the fascinating history of Wiltshire over more than 500,000 years, marvel at relics excavated from Stonehenge, and admire artworks by JMW Turner.
Entry ticket to Salisbury Museum
Enjoy a unique insight into the history of England and Wiltshire
Admire fascinating artefacts including fine art, costumes, gold and excavations from Stonehenge,
Make your own way to Salisbury Museum in Wiltshire and use your pre-purchased ticket to gain entrance to the fascinating permanent exhibitions. Before you enter, take time to admire the museum’s stunning Grade I-listed building, the medieval ‘King’s House’, located opposite Salisbury Cathedral.
Inside, take a walk through over 500,000 years of human history a in the newly opened Wessex Gallery. Learn about the history of Wiltshire as you discover remarkable artifacts excavated from Stonehenge and Old Sarum; see the oldest gold objects ever found in Britain; and admire historic items including costumes, fine art, everyday objects and ceramics.
Your entrance ticket also includes access to the museum’s temporary exhibitions, while the museum café (open 10am - 4pm Monday to Saturday) offers great views of the neighboring Salisbury Cathedral.
Reviews by Viator travelers
A great museum with history of...
Nanny of the Wetwipes
, Sep 2016
A great museum with history of Salisbury area. There is seating so you can have a rest if need be. If in Salisbury with an hour or two to spare I recommend visiting