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Visitor Attractions in Warminster

There are loads of things to do in and around Warminster. Take a look through this section for a range of ideas, suitable for all ages.

Local Attractions

Free things to do in and around Warminster during the holidays:

Click the names above or scroll down the page to read more.

Warminster Lake Pleasure Grounds

Warminster Lake Pleasure Grounds is set in beautiful surroundings just a short walk from the town centre. Keep the children entertained in the play areas, putting green, state of the art skatepark, exciting new splash pad, tennis courts and children’s Lava Trail for physical agility and fun. 

Early Morning in Warminster Park

The Splash Pad with the Pavilion Cafe in the background

The Tennis Courts

The Boathouse
The Boathouse

The Boathouse

The Boathouse was built when the park was established in 1924. It currently houses the rowing boats and canoes. It is also where the public toilets are situated.

The boathouse is due for refurbishment in the near future.

Skate Park

Warminster Skate Park, located within the Lake Pleasure Grounds, is a concrete skatepark. It features a two-level bowl, and a back and forth between quarter pipes, with ledges and driveway in-between.

Boathouse and Skatepark
Boathouse and Skatepark

The Blue Plaque Trail

A walk that takes approximately two hours to complete. The Blue Plaque Trail highlights the location of plaques and brief details of the buildings.

Tree Trail in Warminster Park

This walk takes you round the lake looking at beautiful trees. There is plenty to see at any time of year. The route is just over 1km long and is on level, surfaced paths. Read more information about the Tree Trail here.

Wiltshire Walks to Download

John Harris’ takes you on a journey around Wiltshire and beyond with his ‘Walking in England’ walks. There are many free downloadable walks available for you, with distance and time for you to plan a wonderful Wiltshire Walk.

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