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Mompesson House

 
Start date
12 March 2014
End date
30 October 2014
Hours
Sat-Wed 11am-5pm
Cost
£5.75; children £2.90
Address
Mompesson House Salisbury The Close SP1 2EL
Telephone
+44 (0) 1722 335659
Email
mompessonhouse@nationaltrust.org.uk
Directions
By Bus: to Cathedral Close.
Mompesson House, Salisbury. Courtesy of Salisbury District Council

Film fans may recall the house from the 1995 production of Sense and Sensibility, but its fine Georgian features and tranquil atmosphere mean it continues to attract visitors who simply have an appreciation of excellent architecture.

As well as the beautifully preserved interior of the building a charming walled garden is a good place to take tea on sunny days.

Other Events

 
  • Artists' Market

    03 May

    Southampton's artists' market, held at the marketplace next to Bargate Monument on the first and third Saturday of the month, provides an opportunity to view and buy a wide range of original artwork direct from talented local artists.
  • Salisbury International Arts Festival

    25 May

    When Salisbury Festival first started, it was centred around classical concerts in the famous, imposing cathedral. Today the annual event has expanded to fill every nook and cranny of the beautiful Wiltshire town with a wide range of cultural events.
  • Bournemouth Sevens International Rugby, Netball & Music Festival

    01 Jun

    The Bournemouth Sports Club welcomes nearly 200 teams to compete at the annual Bournemouth Sevens rugby tournament. Twenty thousand spectators over the weekend enjoy a mix of sport and family entertainment, including parachute displays and celebrity appearances.

  • Twenty20 Cup: Hampshire Hawks

    14 Jun

    The Friends Life T20 begins with a group format in June, before quarter finals in July and Finals Day in August. This year Finals Day takes place at Southampton's Rose Bowl where Hampshire Hawks play their home games.

  • Bournemouth Balloon

    21 Apr

    The Bournemouth Balloon - a tethered helium balloon - rises 500 feet above the town. It offers panoramic views over the golden coastline of Poole Harbour, the Isle of Wight and the rolling greenery of the New Forest to the north.

  • The Rifles (Berkshire and Wiltshire) Museum

    21 Apr

    The Rifles Museum in Salisbury is the museum of the Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiments. The four rooms hold a chronological display of war artefacts from the mid-18th century to 1994.
  • Dorset Cruises

    21 Apr

    View local landmarks aboard a Dorset Cruise, departing from Bournemouth Pier. Bay tours take in the famous Chines (deep narrow ravines cut into the cliffs) and the rugged Jurassic Coast. Other excursions stop off at the unspoilt Brownsea Island.