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Visitors and their dog walking with far reaching views all around at Whitesheet Hill near Stourhead in Wiltshire
Visitors and their dog walking at Whitesheet Hill near Stourhead in Wiltshire | © National Trust Images/John Miller

Dog-friendly places in Wiltshire

Take a stroll with your dog past ancient monuments and through gardens, fields and shaded woodland in Wiltshire.

Top dog-friendly places to visit in Wiltshire

A large dog boops the camera with its nose, with its owner and the Palladian front of Stourhead House in the background


Find out about visiting the Stourhead estate with your dog, from where you can and can't take them, to the facilities available to dog owners. Stourhead is a two pawprint rated place.

A small dog on a lead on the grass

Lacock Abbey 

There's plenty for you to discover with your dog year-round at Lacock, with the historic village to explore as well as riverside walks and quiet countryside.

Two visitors with a dog on a lead walk up a grassy avenue lined by small standing stones either side of them


Avebury is a two pawprint rated place. With miles of space to explore, dogs love walks at Avebury. Find out where they can go and where to find water bowls and treats.

Man walking dog through gate at Stonehenge Landscape

Stonehenge Landscape 

Stonehenge Landscape is a one pawprint rated place. Discover which areas of the Stonehenge Landscape you are and aren't able to explore while walking your dog around this World Heritage Site in the Wiltshire countryside .

All dog-friendly places in Wiltshire

    Two adults and a child look at the house, with its pediment supported by columns, at Stourhead, Wiltshire

    Discover more in Wiltshire

    World-famous gardens, villages and ancient landscapes, and some lesser-known gems can all be found in Wiltshire.