Right at the centre of Salisbury’s historic marketplace, it’s hard to miss The Ox Row Inn. That said, the pub does have two addresses – 10-11 Ox Row and 18-22 Butcher Row – don’t allow yourself to be confused!
Bringing the car? Our nearest car park is the multi-storey car park for Old George Mall shopping centre.Get driving directions to The Market Square car park Satnav Download
Blue Boar Row, just opposite us, is on all the main routes for local buses as well as those from Southampton, Andover and the New Forest.
Salisbury station is less than half a mile away. On leaving the station, pick up Fisherton St which later merges into Bridge Street. Continue straight until you reach a pedestrianized area – the pub will be on your left.Get walking directions from the station
Arguably the biggest attraction near Salisbury, and certainly the oldest, is Stonehenge. It lies just 9 miles north of the city and draws visitors from all over the world.
Salisbury itself is a fantastic place to explore for history buffs too. The beautiful Salisbury Cathedral, dating back to the 1258, needs to be on everyone’s to do list – not only does it have the tallest church spire in the country and the world’s oldest working clock, but it also holds one of the four original copies of the Magna Carta.
Other highlights of the city include the Salisbury Museum, Mompesson and Wilton House. Old Sarum, just a few miles from the city centre, is definitely worth a visit too.