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"Parking in the Cathedral Close" Cathedral Close Parking Tip by grandmaR

Cathedral Close Parking, Salisbury: 1 reviews and 2 photos

  Bob, our daughter and grandson walking to the car
by grandmaR
  • Parking in the Cathedral Close
      Bob, our daughter and grandson walking to the car
    by grandmaR
  • Parking in the Cathedral Close
      Map of the Cathedral and Close
    by grandmaR

Our daughter drove us to Salisbury and she parked in the carpark (it was £5.00 then and it is £6.00 now) in the close - the price is for the whole day and includes handicapped parking. Which was expensive, but it was pretty close to the cathedral. And the walk enabled me to get additional pictures of the cathedral from a different perspective.

The houses in the close date from the 13th to the 20th century. They were originally built to house the senior clergy but now there are only 5 members of the chapter resident. Most are now private residences but there are a few that are open to the public.

The Cathedral website says: If you are visiting for a shorter period of time you will find the park and ride sites or city centre car parks more economical.

The closest parking to the Cathedral Close is at the Old George Mall and Lush House car park. The Central car park is a 10-minute level walk away. Alternatively use one of the five Park and Ride sites

From London
Day trips from London are run by Evan Evans, Golden Tours and Premium Tours.

Two main rail routes intersect at Salisbury so getting here by train from London, Bath and the West Country is easy. The Cathedral is less than a 10-minute level walk from the station.

South West Trains operate direct trains from London Waterloo to Salisbury (journey time 90 minutes). .
First Great Western run routes from Cardiff, Bristol, Bath, Portsmouth and Southampton.

For train timetables visit the National Rail website.

Salisbury has regular bus services from Southampton, Bournemouth, Ringwood, Swindon, Marlborough, Andover and Amesbury as well as coach services from Bath, Oxford, Brighton, Bristol and Cambridge

Salisbury is situated in the heart of a rural community making a journey by cycle to the Cathedral both easy and pleasant. Cycle parking available in the Cathedral Close

Address: 6 The Close, Salisbury Wiltshire , Salisbury, SP1 2EF
Mode: TO
Type: Car/Motor Home

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Jul 26, 2016
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