Welcome to Window on Wiltshire's Heritage.Wiltshire's heritage is unique and outstanding. You have probably heard of Stonehenge, but Wiltshire has so much more to offer.
22 organisations from across Wiltshire have come together to provide a virtual display of Wiltshire's heritage.
This website encompasses archaeology, architecture, art, and nature, as well as museum treasures, historical photographs, archives, and local history collections.
Discover Wiltshire's amazing heritage.
Salisbury Cathedral is unique. It boasts the tallest spire in England; the largest cloister; Europe's oldest working clock; and the Chapter House houses an original copy of the Magna Carta. The building work was completed within one century, giving the cathedral a unified feel unlike any other in England.
Permission was granted by the Pope in 1219 to move from the windy, exposed and inconvenient site at Old Sarum and to build a new cathedral at New Sarum (Salisbury).