The Merchant's House
The house (at 132 High Street) was home to 17th Century silk merchant. It provides an insight into the lifestyle and interests of a middle-class family during a century when modern Britain—an outward looking, emerging capitalist country and one with a maturing political life—was coming into being.

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Local village websites:
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Marlborough Wikipedia
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Town Council
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Places to visit close to Marlborough


Marlborough is situated in the beautiful North Wessex Downs — an Area of Outstanding Beauty.

Pewsey (the village which sits in the heart of the famous and beautiful Pewsey Vale) is a 15-minute drive to the south of town; drive west from Marlborough for 25 minutes or so and you'll find the historic market town of Devizes. Ramsbury and Aldborne lay to the north east of Marlborough and the pleasant town of Hungerford (Berkshire) is due east and 20 minutes (driving) along the A4.

If you like to make contact with nature every now and then, then you might find a picnic in order at Postern Hill, which is a 5-minute drive away, or the beech trees of West Woods in nearby Lockeridge.

There are two National Nature Reserves in the area—Fyfield Down and Pewsey Downs.

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(There isn't a Tourist Information Centre in Marlborough, but you should be able to find all you need to know about the town on this website.)

Welcome to Marlborough!

Images courtesy of: Brian Marshall, Peter Banyard, Angus Kirk, Derek Harper, Jim Champion

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