Welcome back to our Summer 2016 excursions feature! Today we’re looking at one of our Wednesday afternoon excursions, Salisbury.
Salisbury is a small town in the English county of Wiltshire and is most famous for its beautiful cathedral and proximity to Stonehenge. Salisbury Cathedral was built between 1220 and 1258 and is an example of Early English architecture. It is also home to one of only four surviving copies of the Magna Carta which forms the basis of UK law today.
Our students will have the opportunity to explore the cathedral and see the Magna Carta for themselves on our tour of Salisbury. This will be our first activity on the excursion, followed by some free time in the town. Check out our photo gallery below to see some of the beautiful snaps of Salisbury that we’ve taken on previous visits!
For more information about our Salisbury excursion or the rest of our summer excursion programme, please click here.