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Essential Visitor Information



All you need to know about your visit to Marlborough - but if you think there's something missing, please tell us.

All third party information was correct at time of publication, but please check directly,or follow the links provided, for up to date information on opening hours, prices etc.

Plan your visit

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Marlborough is in east Wiltshire, located north/south on the A346 between Swindon and Salisbury, and east/west on the A4 between Hungerford/Newbury and Calne.  Get here from the M4 J15 by heading south on the A346.

Set in the stunning scenery of the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, there is countryside with 10 minutes' walk of the High Street in almost any direction. Downland, stone circles and Savernake Forest are literally on the doorstep and the River Kennet chalk stream flows through the town.

Kennet Coopers MeadowThere is a good mix of shops, cafes, pubs, restaurants and open spaces - perfect to explore no matter how brief your visit.

The links from the table below should provide you with the essentials for your visit. See our tourism pages from the drop-down menu for more in-depth and historical information.

Marlborough is an ideal stop for those travelling the Great West Way

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Travel &
Worship Eat, drink,
arts, events

Open spaces, parks,
childrens' play areas

Local sites
& attractions

Walks, sport &

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You can also download all the information listed in these pages as a .PDF file.  There are two versions:

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