Salisbury Photo Gallery

Salisbury's tourism websites notes it has been welcoming visitors since 1227. Today, visitors pass by here en route to Stonehenge, as buses connect to the site right from the train station.

From London, it is almost a 2 hour journey from Waterloo to Salisbury station. Before you head off to Stonehenge, do budget a half day visit this pleasant town to see the magnificent cathedral and Magna Carta copy.

Today's Salisbury was developed when the cathedral moved here in the 13th century. During the Middle Ages, this area flourished from cloth and wool trading, and the town's layout reflects the medieval heritage with a number of timber-framed buildings surviving.

Salisbury Cathedral Part 1

Salisbury Cathedral Part 2

Around Market Square

St. Thomas