|Child (5 - 16)||£3.60||£4.00|
|Family (2 adults/up to 4 children)||£18.50||£20.35|
TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED ONLINE here
PLEASE NOTE: FREE ENTRY TICKETS AND CONCESSIONS ARE NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE
Proof is required for all those listed below. For this reason free tickets can not be booked online.
Members of The Salisbury Museum. For more details of rates & benefits of membership click here.
Annual pass holders, Under 5’s, Dorset County Museum Members, Museums Association, English Tourist Board, International Council of Museums, National Art Pass (Children only with Family Membership), Wiltshire Museum Members, Tourist Board Staff, Tourist Information Employees, Blue Badge and Guide Friday Guides, Federation of Museums/Art Galleries, National YAC (when accompanied by a paying adult), Training Salisbury Cathedral Guides
Visitors with disabilities are very welcome. The carer has FREE entry but normal entry charges apply to those with disabilities (Please note that there is wheelchair access to the ground floor only, which includes the main exhibition galleries, but the first floor is access by stairs only).
Proof is required for all those listed below so can only be redeemed in person at the museum.
Discount: 50% off to English Heritage Members, Spire House B & B guests, Cathedral View B & B guests, YHA, H M Forces, Students
Discount: £1 off for Stonehenge Visitors with valid entry ticket
Two for one: YHA, Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE), HM Forces
*Donation admissions can be tax effective if given under Gift Aid. They are 10% greater than the standard entry fee to enable Salisbury Museum to treat the whole amount paid as a donation and reclaim tax on the total. This amounts to an extra 25 per cent, potentially a very significant boost to museum funds.
Please sign a Gift Aid declaration if you are a UK taxpayer. Please be aware that you need to have paid or will pay an amount of income tax or capital gains tax for the current year that is at least equal to the amount of tax we claim on your donation. Other taxes such as VAT and Council Tax do not qualify. You need to take into account Gift Aided donations that you make to other charities and Community Amateur Sports Clubs in any financial year and it is your responsibility to pay any shortfall in tax.
If you are not a UK tax payer or you do not wish to make a voluntary donation, then you must pay the standard charges.