About Wilton

History of Wilton 

Wilton, an ancient capital of Wessex, is a quintessential English market town redolent with history spanning more than 2000 years. The town gave its name to Wiltshire and the famous Wilton Carpets, which are still made here today. 

Wilton lies 3 miles west of Salisbury, located at the confluence of the Wylye and Nadder rivers and has a number of independent shops. Market day is Thursday and, with free parking and cash points, you have easy access to the wide range of traditional family - owned shops, pubs, cafés and other services. Within a short walk of the Market Square and Old St Mary's Church, you will find the famous Italianate Church and a delightful river walk along the Wylye, running from St John's Square through the St Mary's RuinFlouse Hole conservation area to Castle Meadow.

With Wilton House and the Wilton Shopping Village, Wilton offers a unique and varied day out for families of all ages. For more information about Wilton and local events please visit the Wilton Town Website.

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 For in depth information about the shops, businesses, organisations and events that Wilton can offer, including the annual Community Carnival, the Wilton Business Event, the Christmas Tree Lighting event, British Cycling event and events held by and in the grounds of Wilton House click on the image above to visit the Wilton Town Website