Famous Warminster buildings open to publicPosted on 19th July 2014
Historic and famous buildings across Warminster and Wiltshire that are often closed to visitors will be allowing the general public to visit them.
The scheme is a part of Warminster’s Heritage Open Day from 11th-14th September and will give visitors access to historic buildings in the town and across the whole county of Wiltshire.
If you want to take an all access tour of some of the county’s most ancient buildings then you will need to book up Wiltshire cottage holidays quickly as organisers for the event are expecting many people to turn out for the event across the county.
In Warminster, for example, important buildings such as the St Lawrence Chapel and the Athenaeum Centre will be open for people to look around, free of charge.
Warminster Civic Trust are organising the event in the town and their chairman, Richard Hayes, said, “We plan to open places like the Masonic Hall, as many people probably don’t know it is even there.”
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