The short clip by Wiltshire has also been produced to show that the county is ready for tourists, referencing the ‘We’re Good to Go’ mark launched by VisitEngland, indicating which attractions have made necessary changes to keep everyone safe.
Some of the popular attractions in the county include the World Heritage Site, Stonehenge; Salisbury Cathedral, which features the tallest Cathedral spire in the UK and Caen Hill Lock, a flight of 29 locks - one of the longest continuous locks in the country.
Fiona Errington, head of marketing at VisitWiltshire, said: “We’re very proud of what Wiltshire has to offer visitors, and of this video, that we feel showcases our county beautifully.
“Now is the right time to visit Wiltshire and we want to assure those seeking out staycations, that they are welcome to explore our county and they will be met by metaphorical open arms.”
Groups are welcome
Stonehenge is taking pre-booked groups, with an average visit to the ancient landmark taking around two hours. Groups of 11 or more paying together will receive discounted admission as well as free entry for the tour leader and coach driver. The site also has free coach parking.
Salisbury Cathedral is also welcoming pre-booked groups, with all tickets issued in 30 minute blocks to keep track of visitor numbers.
Groups of over ten people visiting the cathedral will need to liaise with the team 48 hours before the visit to confirm the total number of group members and other details. A bar code will then be emailed to the organiser for every member to gain entry.
Wiltshire also has many natural walking routes for groups who may be wary about returning to attractions at this time.
Special ticket package are available at Stonehenge for either two adults with up to three children or one adult and up to three children. Family groups are also welcome at Salisbury Cathedral and if your group includes younger visitors there are downloadable activity packs for kids.