Featuring representations of Stonehenge that span the centuries, this exhibition records our continuing fascination with this ancient site.
Bringing the fascinating and famous to Salisbury, the Festival of Archaeology offers a unique weekend of heritage, archaeology and living history.
The King’s House Café offers a highly personalised service, with home cooking ranging from morning bites to a light lunch. There is a daily specials board and plenty of homemade cakes for those afternoon teas.
Funding from Arts Council England and the Pilgrim Trust has helped us to create an online collections database. This contains items from our nationally important Pitt-Rivers collection.
Mon to Sat: 10:00 - 17:00
Sunday: 12:00 - 17:00
Bank Holidays: 10:00 - 17:00
Telephone: 01722 332151
Cafe is open Mon to Sat: 10:00 - 16:00. Cafe closed Sundays.
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The Salisbury Museum uses its collections, building and services to encourage learning, inspiration and enjoyment. Self-guided visits are free for schools funded by Wiltshire Council.
The King’s House is a unique and atmospheric location opposite Salisbury Cathedral. Two rooms are now available for civil marriages and civil partnerships.
Membership is your chance to support us and enjoy free admission and discounted entry to our events for one year.
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