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As someone who didn't know anything about Edward Heath, to begin with, the house was a joy to be shown around by such wonderful guides! It's a great way to bring the house to life and understand the impact Edward Heath on so many aspects...More
Whilst there are guides available in each of the rooms, brushing up on history before visiting will greatly enhance your experience. Fully guided tours are available but only on Wednesdays. We, a party of four, completed our visit in a leisurely hour and a half....More
Although you can visit Arundells without a guided tour, our guide was so knowledgeable and full of interesting facts I strongly recommend that you do go on one of the guided tours.
After entering the front drive, there is a an exhibition room to the...More
Former home of Sir Edward Heath that houses an art collection and furnishings. This great house was renovated and rebuilt in the early 18th century. Located in Cathedral Square it is a fine sight. Entrance fee to visit house, gardens £7.
Shuts down over winter.
An informative and enjoyable visit and a destination I would recommend to anyone interested in British politics and/or beautiful and quirky artefacts.
Perhaps because we're of a generation which can actually remember the Heath years we really appreciated the opportunity to see Sir Edward's house,...More
We chose a Wednesday to visit and paid the little extra to have a guided tour. We were the only 2 on our tour and it was the first of the day, so it was very personal and Michael the guide was excellent.The house, gardens...More
This was a highlight of of our visit to Salisbury; as interesting in its own way the majestic cathedral. The house is pretty much as Sir Edward Heath left it, though tidied up A bit I’m sure. His imprint is still clearly visible on the...More
It is preferable for the guided tours so as avoid disappontment. Some days we have large group tours and if you were to turn up you may have to wait. Please call on the day (or before) and we will fit you in to a convenient... More
It is preferable for the guided tours so as avoid disappontment. Some days we have large group tours and if you were to turn up you may have to wait. Please call on the day (or before) and we will fit you in to a convenient time or otherwise book online through the website. Looking forward to booking you in and showing off this beautiful house and contents.