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Wiltshire

Discover the wonder of Wiltshire's sacred heritage.

Wiltshire has been a special place for a long time and our ancient sites stand testament to the ages. There are over 500 churches, including the incredible 13th century Salisbury Cathedral with its soaring spire, the tallest in the UK. Like many parts of the UK, there are plenty of historic churches. These sometime overlooked buildings are often heritage gems in beautiful locations with their stories of the past to tell. 

History in Wiltshire is not just ancient, come today and you can walk through time.

Every church has a story to tell.

Wiltshire churches on our map

Search our map for beautiful churches to visit and wonderful stories to discover across the county.

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Ten wonderful Wiltshire churches to inspire you!

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St Mary, Steeple Ashton

St Mary’s church gleams a golden hue in the setting sunlight which takes your breath away, even without its once high spire it dominates the village scape and stands out above everything else in the Steeple Ashton vale.

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St Mary, St Katharine & All Saints, Edington

With its unusual dedication to St Mary, St Katharine & All Saints, Edington's battlemented church is of a size and splendour out of all proportion to the quiet little village in which it stands.

Wiltshire Historic Churches Trust

An independent, non profit organisation dedicated to promoting and supporting church buildings of historic, architectural and community value across the county.

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Supported by National Churches Trust, for people who love church buildings