What to see and do
Set in beautiful countryside, this handsome former staging post on the Great West Way has evolved into a stylish and cosmopolitan town with its own café culture, offering lots of choice to visitors. With a twice-weekly market (Wednesday and Saturday), our High Street is lined with characterful old buildings housing an array of high quality shops, pubs and restaurants. Don’t forget to explore the side streets, riverside parks and green spaces too.
Close to Avebury and Savernake Forest, and set in the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, there’s lots to see and do nearby.
Why not stay a while and make Marlborough your base for day trips a little further afield?
Town Map: you can open/download a PDF here
The house of Thomas Bayly 1653
The not-so-redundant 15th Century Church at the end of the High Street
Discover Marlborough's 10 blue plaques on a town centre walk
Shopping, markets, cafes, pubs & restaurants
There's more to Marlborough than the High Street
Cooper's Meadow and Priory Gardens are riverside open spaces just off the High Street. Or grab your boots and explore the River Kennet at Stonebridge Meadow - we even have a beach! See all our open spaces and play areas for children here
Listings for major local events
More ideas within 10 miles of Marlborough
See also: Within an hour VisitWiltshire Discover The Great West Way