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Salisbury also known as New Sarum is a cathedral city in England. It is situated on a valley southeast of Wiltshire and experiences an oceanic climate. Visiting the city opens an opportunity to see several picturesque and very interesting landmarks.

The city is renowned for its historical heritage, culture, nature, shopping centers, wide collection of pubs and the Stonehenge that's located not so far from its northwestern part.

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Top Attractions in Salisbury

Rai d'Or or "A ray of golden light" is Salisbury's oldest pub with over eight hundred (800) years of history. The establishment now also serves as a Thai restaurant. It is located in 69 Brown Street in a house with history dating way back the 16th century. Despite its serving Thai foods getting in Rai d'Or still gives it's customers the traditional English Pub feel that it always has.

Salisbury Arts Centre is located along Bedwin Street and is a haven for all arts enthusiasts. It features community performances and exhibitions, films, stand up comedy performances, live literatures, visual arts displays and so much more. It is a great place to learn and enjoy.

Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum is a museum is a museum that features a number of artifacts related to the Stonehenge and the local's archaeology. It is located within the King's House in 65 The Close, Salisbury. The building where the museum is in actually served as a house for King James I of England sometime in 1610 and 1613. Its original architecture and interior are preserved to be enjoyed for today and tomorrow which adds up to the reasons why the place must be visited when around the city by all means

Salisbury Cathedral or the Cathedral Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary is an Anglican cathedral located in 33 The Close, Salisbury. The cathedral is famous for housing the four original copies of Magna Carta, for having the largest cloister and for its architectural style and spire that made the building hailed as the cathedral with the tallest church spire in the United Kingdom.

Stonehenge is a popular stone monument that was built during the prehistoric era. Its site is located just thirteen (13) kilometers from the city of Salisbury. The monument and its surrounding areas are certified UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Haunch of Venison is one of Salisbury's oldest pubs with history dating way back year 1320. It is located at 1 Minster, Salisbury. The place is worth a visit for its well preserved building, interior and great beer and food. Getting inside will feel like you have traveled back in time with its old wooden doors, big oak beams, old beer pumps, the popular mysterious mummified hand and old fireplace that was made around 1588.