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59 Cathedral Close, Salisbury SP1 2EN, UK


Arundells in the Cathedral Close was the home of Prime Minister Ted Heath and is filled with some of the fascinating objects he collected in his life, giving an insight into the man he was. It is open to the public at various times of the year with the option of guided tours of just being able to explore as you wish. The beautiful gardens back onto the River Avon.

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NB. Opening times can often vary from those shown due to events, lockdowns or seasonal changes. Always check the official website before setting out.

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Historic House


Free for under 12's

11am - 5pm for 4 days a week

None, but plenty of places in under 2 mins walk

Ground floor only

<10 min walk from train station and bus stops


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