VISITOR INFORMATION

Set in the beautiful Wiltshire countryside and home to the Earls of Pembroke since the 1540s, Wilton House and the Grounds offers a wonderful day out for all the family.

Stroll around the House with its 17th century interiors and world famous art collection by renowned artists such as van Dyck, Pieter Brueghel, Rembrandt van Rijn and Richard Wilson.

With over 22 acres of parkland and gardens, bordered by the rivers Wylye and Nadder, the Grounds are perfect for visitors to explore or to relax in and have a picnic.

Wilton House welcomes disabled visitors and those with special needs. Please follow the link below to a summary which gives general details of what is available to help you enjoy the House and Grounds.

We recommend that you telephone in advance of your visit to discuss any particular requirements – 01722 746728 or email: tourism@wiltonhouse.com

Please follow our link on the right of this page for further information:

Please note:
Although the House and Grounds are fully wheelchair accessible, the route does incorporate some ramps and gravel paths. We would advise wheelchair users to bring a companion on their visit.

Adventure Playground
Discover the wonderful Adventure Playground where children of all ages can let off steam, with a special area reserved for the under 5’s.

Café
Try the Café which is the perfect place for a snack or meal at any time of the day or, explore the Gift Shop with its wide range of tempting goods, a selection of bespoke china, linen and tablemats, and a new range of postcards.

Whatever your preference, we look forward to seeing you here at Wilton House and hope you have a thoroughly enjoyable visit.

Photography
We welcome photography in the grounds but there is a strict ‘No Photography’ policy in the house.

Dogs in cars
The RSPCA advises that animals should never be left unattended in vehicles in warm weather. Dogs can die from heatstroke in as little as 20 minutes: leaving the car in the shade, the car windows open or providing a bowl of water inside does not help. Please be aware that the Police/RSPCA may be called if dogs are left unattended in vehicles. Thank you for your help in this matter.

Please Note: No dogs allowed in the House & Grounds unless they are Assistance Dogs.

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