Houses and buildings in Wiltshire
Discover grand mansions and manor houses including a former abbey and the surrounding village. Bring the whole family to enjoy a fun day out in Wiltshire.
Bring the family for a fun day out in Wiltshire and visit houses and buildings in our care.
Stourhead House was one of the first Palladian-style villas to be built in England. Find out more about the Hoare family's home and why they decided to make this their main residence outside of London.
This country house has monastic roots and was once home to William Henry Fox Talbot, inventor of the photographic negative.
The 16th-century manor house is decorated to display the time periods of previous residents complete with sound and interactive items.
Homely and welcoming 18th-century townhouse in the heart of Salisbury's Cathedral Close
Triangular tower named after King Alfred who raised his standard here in 870
Discover a unique 15th-century manor house brimming with history, and a one of a kind romantic Arts and Crafts garden.
Discover Westwood Manor, a 15th-century stone manor house in Wiltshire. Its beautifully restored rooms contain historic instruments from the Tudor period.