Salisbury Arts Centre
Salisbury Arts Centre, Bedwin St, Salisbury, SP1 3UT
Our beautiful indoor and outdoor Café at Salisbury Arts Centre offers delicious barista coffee, homemade cakes, pastries and brunch as well as tasty light lunch menu, including jacket potatoes, toasties and children’s options. We also have a well-stocked bar for evening shows with a selection of ales, ciders, wines and more.
We make every effort to source ingredients locally and you will love our beautiful, unique and spacious venue inside and out - come along to escape the hub-bub and relax, eat and enjoy! We welcome community groups who need a space to congregate for cake and a natter, businesses who need an informal breakout space for relaxed meetings with tasty refreshments and parents who need great coffee and lots of space for buggies and little ones to move about.
Open Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - 2.30pm - get there early if you don’t want to miss out on the freshly baked cheese scones!
HOW TO FIND US
WHEN YOU ARRIVE
If you're visiting during regular opening hours (Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - 3pm) or for a performance, make your way to the main church doors.
ARRIVING BY CAR
When approaching the city follow the ringroad around until you reach St Mark's Roundabout. Take the exit for the city centre. You can park in College Street or Salt Lane car parks which are both free after 6pm.
ACCESSIBLE PARKING AT THE ARTS CENTRE
Two disabled parking spaces are available at the rear of the Arts Centre, accessed via the driveway on Bedwin Street. If those are full, further disabled parking may be found in College Street car park. For more details about accessible parking in Salisbury, click here.
Approximate drive times:
Southampton 35 minutes
Bournemouth 45 minutes
Bath / Newbury 60 minutes
Central London 2 hours 10 minutes
Buses go from New Canal Street and Endless Street nearby and are served by Salisbury Reds and More Bus.
From Market Square (facing Debenhams) head towards Pizza Express and Nuggs. When you reach the junction turn left and head down Endless Street. Once you reach the Innovate building, turn right at the crossroads and follow the road down until you reach the deconsecrated church building in which Salisbury Arts Centre is housed.
Salisbury train station is approximately 20 minutes walk from Salisbury Arts Centre and is served by routes from London, Bristol and Southampton. Great Western Railway run train services to Salisbury from Cardiff, Bristol, Bath, Southampton and Portsmouth.