A warm welcome…

Arundells, a charming and peaceful house, is located within Salisbury’s magnificent Cathedral Close and is the former home of Sir Edward Heath KG MBE, Prime Minister and Statesman.

Sir Edward bequeathed Arundells to the Charitable Foundation set up in his name following his death in 2005. He very much wanted as many people as possible to “share the beauty of Arundells” and to enjoy his diverse and very personal collection of art work, photographs, sailing memorabilia and political cartoons.

We do hope that you will enjoy your visit.

News & Events

Winter Closure

As with most historic houses, Arundells is closed to general visitors for a period during the winter. During this time, we carry out essential maintenance and conservation work, to ensure the long-term care of the house and collection. Arundells will re-open on... read more

BBC broadcast Kissinger Lecture

The inaugural Edward Heath International Lecture, delivered by the honourable Dr Henry Kissinger KBE, was broadcast on the BBC Parliament Channel on Saturday 29th October at 9pm. The lecture, attended by over 300 guests both national and international, took place on... read more

Cartoon Exhibition Opens

Arundells’ new exhibition, ‘Edward Heath at 100 – A Life in Cartoons,’ is now open. The exhibition features work by 25 of the most respected political cartoonists of the second half of the twentieth century including Trog, Vicky, Low, Garland, Cummings and Ingram Pinn... read more

Arundells Review from Tim Forrest’s E & A Blog

Tim Forrest’s Bio reads: I have been writing about art and antiques in London since 1995. Before that I worked for Phillips Fine Art Auctioneers. I have also written/contributed to books on antiques. Please note that I receive no financial gain for writing this... read more