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Council Offices, 5 High Street, Marlborough, SN8 1AA   Weekdays 10am-4pm

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Visit Marlborough

Welcome to Marlborough

The thriving town of Marlborough and the neigbouring pretty village of Manton are set in the stunning scenery of the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There's countryside within 10 minutes walk of the High Street in almost any direction, and downland, stone circles and ancient Savernake Forest are literally on our doorstep and the River Kennet chalk stream flows through the town centre. The town has remained unspoiled, retaining its historic charm and is perfectly situated on the old Bath Road (built by order of the Kings of England) linking Bath to London - the Great West Way is a rich and enticing route for visitors to explore to this day. A favourite watering hole for coach & horses travellers in the past, Marlborough is a cosmopolitan destination today continuing to welcome visitors from all over the world.

What to see & do

What to see & do
Places of interest, walks, open spaces, art, sport & recreation

What's on?

What's on?
Events, festivals, concerts

What's nearby?

What's nearby?
Nearby destinations and attractions

Explore a little further

Explore a little further
Destinations and attractions within an hour's travel

Accommodation

Accommodation
Hotels, B&Bs, camping

Dining, cafes & shopping

Dining, cafes & shopping
Shopping, markets, cafes, pubs & restaurants

Great West Way

Great West Way
Explore this 125 mile touring route linking Bristol to London

VisitWiltshire

VisitWiltshire
Official Wiltshire tourist information site

Plan your visit

Plan your visit
Location and transport

Essential services

Essential services
Local services that make all the difference

Follow us

Follow us
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Local history

Local history

Contact us

Contact us
Can't find what you want? We'll be happy to help. Drop in to pick up leaflets and ask advice, or get in touch by phone or email

 

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