World-famous gardens, villages and ancient landscapes along with some lesser-known gems, there are plenty of places in our care in Wiltshire that can provide a fun day out.
A Palladian house and world-famous landscape garden with a magnificent lake reflecting classical temples, a mystical grotto and rare and exotic trees.
Country house with monastic roots, once home to William Henry Fox Talbot, inventor of the photographic negative
Ancient stone circle ane museum in the heart of the Avebury World Heritage Site.
Homely and welcoming 18th-century townhouse in the heart of Salisbury's Cathedral Close
Delightful English country garden
Now closed for the year, this manor house with Arts and Crafts garden will reopen in 2024.
A fifteenth-century stone manor house, reopening on March 31 2024.
Named after King Alfred who raised his standard here in 870, this triangular tower is now closed for the year.
Making new friends, working in amazing places, and knowing that you're helping a great cause - just three great reasons to volunteer with the National Trust in Wiltshire.
If you or your workplace are interested in volunteering at Avebury and the Wiltshire landscape, here’s everything you need to know about joining the team.
When Jennifer Connor became a garden volunteer at Great Chalfield for a summer she had no idea of the effect it would have on her life and future. Read more about her story here.
There is one National Trust supporter group in Wiltshire where you can join to meet like-minded people, make new friends and learn more about the work of the National Trust.
Looking for greener travel options to the places in our care in Wiltshire? Find out how you can travel by train, bus, bike or on foot.
There are a number of sustainable options for travelling to and from the places in our care in Wiltshire, whether you’re looking to travel by train, bus, bike or foot. Here’s a little more information that can help you plan your visit.
Calling all museum detectives! Families can come and explore the Alexander Keiller Museum, following clues to discover a new set of objects which are the odd ones out.
A chance to see behind the normally closed doors of Stourhead House. Tours may cover four floors with many stairs and will give you an insight into what goes on behind the scenes.