Opt for the all inclusive ticket to take in a visit to Britain’s finest Medieval Cathedral and see one of the world’s most famous documents, the 1215 Magna Carta.

Set against a backdrop of the beautiful Wiltshire countryside, surrounded by historic buildings and museums within the spectacular Cathedral Close, it’s easy to see why many visitors find Salisbury Cathedral a place of inspiration and tranquillity.

Marvel at the stunning Gothic architecture and explore the past and the present of this living church. Explore 800 years of history by viewing the best preserved original Magna Carta, it celebrated it’s 800th anniversary in 2015. And don’t forget to take some time out to explore the gifts available in the shop or to enjoy a snack or meal in the newly refurbished Refectory Restaurant gazing up at the soaring Spire for which Salisbury Cathedral is so famous.

If you run out of time your Stonehenge Tour ticket is valid up to 48 hours after the date you take the bus tour at the Cathedral, and visitors are very welcome to join services so why not come to our daily Evensong?

Before you book

For Salisbury Cathedral opening times and scheduled closures, please check here: Salisbury Cathedral February 2024 closures

Please note that on Thursday 22nd February, the Cathedral will be closing early for a large funeral.

Last bookable ticket slot at 12.15, last entry at 12.30. Cathedral floor to be clear of visitors by 1.30pm. The shop and refectory will also close at this time.