The Wardrobe is an historic building that houses the Rifles Berkshire and Wiltshire Museum. This holds the collections belonging to these now amalgamated British Army regiments that currently form the 1st Division of The Rifles Regiment. The building and its hidden garden occupy a glorious tranquil corner in one of England’s finest settings.

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The walled garden can be privately hired for your wedding, party or event. It is totally secluded and yours for the day.

Leading down to the banks of the River Avon, it is difficult to imagine a better location within the Salisbury City limits for any outdoor event, be it a Wedding reception, Celebration or Garden Party.

Clients have a variety of options available to them in addition to the garden including private rooms, and the museum space.

The Garden is also suitable for Outdoor Theatre Performance, Displays, Demonstrations and exhibitions.

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Where we ARE

The Wardrobe is based in Salisbury, in the shadow of the cities great cathedral.

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The wardrobe history

Set within the beautiful Salisbury Cathedral Close, this historic venue has its roots in the 13th Century. By the 16th Century the house had become a store for the Bishops robes and an administrative base for the Bishop's household; an arrangement that led to its unusual name of ‘The Wardrobe’, first recorded in 1543. Today the building houses a Museum that displays the collections of the Royal Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiments.

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