Your Visit

Inspired by Stonehenge Exhibition

Visitors are central to all that we do at Salisbury Museum. The museum prides itself on the quality of our customer service and our commitment to offering access to all. If there is anything we can do to aid your visit do not hesitate to get in touch.

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In accordance with the latest government guidance, The Salisbury Museum is now closed until 3 December.


October reduced Admission prices:

Adult   £6.50 Gift Aid (£5.90 standard)

Child   £3.25 Gift Aid (£2.95 standard)

Group Visits

Booking is essential for adult groups of 10 or more. Whether you wish to visit the whole museum, Wessex Gallery or any of our temporary exhibitions, we are here to help.


There is so much more to the museum than our exhibitions and displays. We have a café, shop, Lecture Hall, Meetings Room and stunning King's Room. Many of our facilities are also available for hire.


Museum staff welcome all people with disabilities and have received Welcome Host and/or disability awareness training. They will do their best to help you.

Map and Directions

You can find Salisbury Museum in the glorious setting of the Cathedral Close, opposite the West Front of Salisbury Cathedral.

Museum Floor Plan

Plan your visit to the museum in advance and download our handy floor plan. This will make sure you know where you are going and that you get to find what you want to see.

Salisbury Cathedral

If you are coming to Salisbury to visit the museum, we can also recommend other attractions to visit nearby in Cathedral Close.


Confused by the language used on this website? Hopefully you will find out what the term or phrase means here. If there are any terms missing do not hesitate to get in touch.


Questions we are frequently asked about the museum and its collections. If there is anything you need to know not covered here then do not hesitate to get in touch.