Our Photo Booth Hire Service Areas: Wiltshire

Wiltshire, a county steeped in history and natural beauty, is located in the heart of southern England. With a tapestry of historic towns known, rolling plains, ancient woodlands, and significant historical sites, Wiltshire offers a glimpse into England's rich past and vibrant countryside life. 

From the spiritual allure of Stonehenge and Avebury to the medieval charm of Salisbury and the rural tranquillity of villages like Lacock and Corsham, Wiltshire is a county that invites exploration and discovery. 



At the heart of Wiltshire lies Salisbury, a medieval cathedral city that boasts one of the leading examples of Early English architecture: the Salisbury Cathedral. Famous for its spire, the tallest in the UK, the cathedral is a marvel of 13th-century craftsmanship. Salisbury's historical significance is complemented by its lively market, charming streets, and the nearby Salisbury Plain, home to the mysterious Stonehenge.


Stonehenge and Avebury

Stonehenge, the world-renowned prehistoric monument, stands on the Salisbury Plain. Its origins and purpose, dating back to about 2500 BC, continue to be a subject of fascination and debate. Not far from Stonehenge is Avebury, less famous but equally captivating, with the largest stone circle in Europe. Both sites are part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site, attracting historians, archaeologists, and curious visitors from around the globe.


Royal Wootton Bassett

Royal Wootton Bassett, a town with a profound sense of history and community, gained national recognition for its role in the repatriation ceremonies of British military personnel. The town's dignified tribute to fallen soldiers earned it the unique honour of "Royal" in its name, bestowed by Queen Elizabeth II in 2011. Royal Wootton Bassett's charming High Street, lined with historic buildings and independent shops, reflects a quintessentially English town. The Town Hall, with its impressive façade, stands as a centrepiece, hosting a museum that narrates the town's rich heritage.



Swindon, our home town, a blend of old and new, is a thriving town known for its railway heritage. The STEAM Museum of the Great Western Railway offers insights into the town's industrial past. Meanwhile, Swindon's modern Designer Outlet shopping centre, parks (such as Lydiard and Coate Water), and the Magic Roundabout, one of the UK's most complex traffic systems, highlight its contemporary side.



Marlborough, a market town with a wide and picturesque High Street, is known for its quality shopping and historical sites, including the Merchant's House. The town's history, dating back to the Domesday Book, and its location near the mysterious Savernake Forest, add to its appeal for both locals and visitors.



Perched on a hilltop with sweeping views of the surrounding Wiltshire countryside, Highworth is a market town with a character all its own. Known for its strategic importance since medieval times, today's Highworth combines historical depth with the vibrancy of modern life. The town's market square, flanked by beautifully preserved buildings, hosts a weekly market that has been a staple of community life for centuries. Highworth also serves as a gateway to exploring the Cotswolds and the North Wessex Downs, offering easy access to stunning natural landscapes


Bradford on Avon

Nestled on the edge of the Cotswolds and by the River Avon, Bradford on Avon is a postcard-perfect town. It's renowned for its Roman, Saxon, and medieval heritage, visible in its architecture and the ancient bridge in the town centre. The picturesque streets, lined with artisan shops and traditional pubs, lead to beautiful walks along the river and canal.



Lacock is a quintessential English village, almost entirely owned by the National Trust. Its preserved streets and historic buildings make it a favourite location for film and TV productions, including "Harry Potter", "The Other Boleyn Girl", "Pride and Prejudice", "Dr Thorne", and more recently, the 2019 BBC drama series "His Dark Materials". The Lacock Abbey and the Fox Talbot Museum, celebrating the birthplace of photography, are must-visits.



A stone's throw from Bath, Corsham offers a peek into 17th-century England, with its historical High Street and stately Corsham Court. The town, with its peacocks roaming freely, combines natural beauty with architectural elegance, making it a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of Swindon town life.


Just Beyond Wiltshire's Boundary: Tetbury

Just beyond Wiltshire's boundary, in the neighbouring county of Gloucestershire, lies Tetbury, a town renowned for its royal connections and outstanding natural beauty. With its elegant Georgian architecture, Tetbury is a gem in the heart of the Cotswolds, attracting visitors with its charming boutiques, antique shops, and the Highgrove Shop, owned by the Prince of Wales. The town is surrounded by the stunning Cotswold countryside, making it a perfect stop for walkers and nature lovers. Tetbury's commitment to conservation and its vibrant community spirit have made it an exemplary model of Cotswold life.