Salisbury is located in Wiltshire, a 90-minute train ride from London. Salisbury is home to the tallest spired cathedral in Britain, St. Mary's Cathedral. Popular attractions include Salisbury & South Wiltshire Museums and nearby Stonehenge, located in Amesbury. Salisbury has been known as a bustling market town since 1361 with Tuesdays and Saturdays being the primary days to purchase and barter goods.
Salisbury is officially "New Sarum." Old Sarum, the original site, is two miles north.