A warm welcome…

With paintings by Churchill and Sargent, Chinese ceramics from Chairman Mao, David Lloyd George’s writing desk and memorabilia from Nixon and Castro, Arundells is the former home of Sir Edward Heath KG MBE, Prime Minister and Statesman. Located within Salisbury’s magnificent Cathedral Close, the house is one of Salisbury’s most charming destinations.

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

Curing Cancer from Within, Sunday 8th Sep, 3pm

Arundells are delighted to be hosting this event on behalf of Southampton University. Mike Austin, an ambassador for the University of Southampton,  developed an interest in Immunotherapy when he became a donor for the new Centre for Cancer Immunology for which he now...

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Whisky Tasting Evening, Thursday 12th September, 7pm

Join Arundells and the Scotch Malt Whisky Society for an evening of all things Whisky. 'The Scotch Malt Whisky Society is an international members club offering the world's widest collection of rare and exceptional single cask whiskies to discerning whisky lovers!...

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Morning Cloud 50th Anniversary Celebration, 5th September

A Special Celebration event to mark the 50th Anniversary of Sir Edward Heath winning the Sydney to Hobart race in his first “Morning Cloud” yacht Thursday 5th September 2019 at 10-30am Speakers Jeremy Robinson- Recalls his experiences of being on a winning yacht in...

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Skylarks in the garden at Arundells

The Salisbury-based singing group ‘Skylarks’ perform famous songs from across 6 centuries to visitors in the garden of Arundells on the following Sunday afternoons, from 2pm. 19th May 23rd June 7th July 15th September Music to include Folk songs, madrigals from...

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