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. Note that the museum is partially open due to the Past Forward redevelopment. The ceramics, fashion and Salisbury history galleries are shut. The remainder of the museum is open and we have a pop up cafe on the front lawn.
50% Past Forward Offer
Adult: £10.00 Donation/Gift Aid* / £9.00 Standard Entry
Child: (5 to 15 yrs) £5.00 Donation/Gift Aid* / £4.50 Standard Entry
Family: £25.00 (2 adults and up to 4 children) Donation/Gift Aid* / £22.50 Standard Entry
Under 5’s: FREE
Museum Members: FREE – for details click here
Adults with disabilities: £7.00 – carer has FREE entry. Children with disabilities have FREE entry
Please note there is wheelchair access to the ground floor only – this includes the main temporary exhibition galleries, the Wessex Gallery and the Salisbury Gallery. See map of the museum here
*Donation admissions can be tax effective if given under Gift Aid. They are approximately 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% – 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.
You can find The Salisbury Museum in the glorious setting of the Cathedral Close, opposite the West Front of Salisbury Cathedral.
The Salisbury Museum,
The King’s House,
65 The Close,