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Haunch of Venison

Minster Street

Salisbury

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This mid-C15th building is one of Salisbury’s most historic and atmospheric pubs and is listed in CAMRA’s National Inventory of Historic Pub Interiors. Hidden away behind the upstairs restaurant and not normally accessible to the public, is the “Churchill bar” where it is said that Winston Churchill and Ike Eisenhower took refreshment when staying at Wilton House and planning the invasion of Europe during WW II. You will be able to visit this bar only during the Heritage Open Day tours.

The tours will be part of the Historic Pubs and Inns themed events for Heritage Open Days co-organised by the Salisbury Civic Society and the Salisbury and S Wilts branch of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA).

Tours: dates and times Thursday 7th September 4.30pm-5pm, Friday 8th September 4.30pm -5 pm. Meet at Poultry Cross (opposite the pub). Pre-book only.

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