Put a Spring in Your Step the Wiltshire Way
If you are looking for things to do in Wiltshire this spring, then look no further! There’s plenty going on, and we have put together a handy little round up of things happening near our Warminster hotel, to help you plan a perfectly pleasurable spring!
Spring Flowers | Lacock Abbey | 1st February – 31st May 2017
The woodland garden at Lacock Abbey is beautiful all year round, but is particularly spectacular in the spring. Throughout the season you will be greeted with the charming sight of the Abbey’s tranquil gardens carpeted with a thick spray of snowdrops and bluebells. For those wanting to stretch their legs a little more, why not venture out into the quaint village of Lacock and stunning Wiltshire countryside beyond the garden?
Spring Archaeology Walks | Stonehenge | 4th & 22nd March and 6th & 20th May
The landscape surrounding the infamous monolith that is Stonehenge is full of mystery and intrigue. However, many of the secrets that this mythical site holds lie hidden below ground. With the help of this fun and informative 4 mile walk, the secrets of Stonehenge’s surrounding secrets mysteries will be unlocked. Not only this, but the Wiltshire landscape will be bursting with spring life. Keep your eyes peeled for spring blooms and boxing hares!
Marvellous Monsters | Longleat | 31st March – 29th October 2017
This March, Longleat Estate is welcoming some rather creepy guests… Creepy crawly, that is! As part of the exciting new ‘Marvellous Monsters’ installation, a whole host of animatronic bugs will be arriving at Longleat. Scattered throughout the grounds, the new inhabitants will give kids and adults alike a chance to learn all about the microscopic world of insects. Arriving just in time for Easter, this is the perfect way to entertain the little ones.
Explore Old Wardour Castle | All year round
Old Wardour Castle is a Wiltshire relic that certainly isn’t to be missed. The picturesque ruins make the ideal location for a fascinating stroll, for families and couples alike. Children will love to explore the ruins, especially climbing up the circular stairs to the top of the castle, which provides spectacular views out over the Wiltshire countryside. Between the castle, the woodland, and the specially designed grotto, there is plenty to explore for the whole family.
So that’s just a small taste of what Wiltshire has to offer this springtime. After all of that fresh air, you will need a place to rest your head. Book your stay at our family friendly hotel in Wiltshire direct, or give us a call on 01985 212 312 for more information.