Wiltshire’s only city, Salisbury, grew up where no less than five rivers met. Its famed cathedral with its 123 metre spire is visible from a wide area and houses one of the copies of the Magna Carta from 1215.

The station provides an interchange between the line from London Waterloo to Yeovil and Exeter and trains from the South Coast to Bristol and South Wales.


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Fares information, including advance fares, off peak fares, rover tickets and season tickets. Plus Bus for combined rail and bus tickets


Onward journey connections including local and national bus companies together with taxi companies telephone numbers serving the station.

Salisbury Cathedral

Tallest spire in England and home of one of four surviving 1215 Magna Carta


Prehistoric monument and neolithic dwellings at one of the wonders of the World

Mompesson House

An 18th Century townhouse in historic Cathedral Close with tea room and studio shop

Wilton House

House, art collection and grounds, home of Earl and Countess of Pembroke