This Visitor Attraction Directory Listing provides all the current Marlborough Area Visitor attractions that have been designated to be in the boundaries of Marlborough Town.
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|Blue Plaque walk||This circular walk, which starts at the Town Hall at the east end of the High Street, provides a gentle stroll of about 2.5km and shows you some of the history of Marlborough through the nine Blue Plaques that are displayed throughout the Town.|
|Christchurch, New Road, Marlborough|
Christchurch is a Methodist church with its entrance in New Road, Marlborough.
A stretch of easily accessible chalk stream and the adjoining water meadow in the centre of Marlborough.
|St. Mary's Church, Marlborough|
St Mary's, Marlborough is situated in the town centre at the east end of the High Street. The church is open every day from 7.30am to 5.00pm. Visitors appreciate the calm but welcoming atmosphere of the light and spacious interior.
|St. Peter's Church, Marlborough|
The St Peter's Trust (Charity No. 275557) formed in 1978 when the church was threatened with at least partial demolition, now it manages the building as a community centre in the interests of both those who live in Marlborough and the many visitors to the Town.
|St. Thomas More Church, George Lane, Marlborough|
The Roman Catholic Church of St. Thomas More, part of the Diocese of Clifton, is in George Lane, Marlborough which runs to the south and parallel with the High Street.
Stonebridge Meadow, part of Stonebridge Wild River Reserve, is a short walk from the centre of Marlborough, situated between St Martin’s and London Road.
|The Merchant's House|
A glorious restoration of a 17th century silk merchant’s house. Situated on Marlborough’s famous High Street, visitors can see the on going restoration of the house – a substantial amount of original features have been revealed, including unique wall paintings.
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