Explore the famous Wilton House
Wilton House has been the ancestral home of the Earls of Pembroke for 450 years and was rebuilt, after a fire in 1647, by Inigo Jones and John Webb. There were further alterations by James Wyatt in 1801. The magnificent 17th century state rooms include the famous Single and Double Cube rooms and the 19th century cloisters. One of the finest art collections in Europe, with works by Van Dyck, Rubens, Reynolds and Brueghel. Also an important collection of Roman, Greek and 17th century sculpture along with other historical artefacts. Set in landscaped parkland and bordered by the River Nadder.