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Lacock, Wiltshire

Lacock, Wiltshire

Window, Lacock Abbey, at Lacock, Wiltshire


Lacock, Wiltshire is a pretty village close to the Wiltshire town of Chippenham and just a short drive from the M4 motorway. The village is known for the National Trust tourist sites in the village including Lacock Abbey and the Fox Talbot Museum. Henry Fox Talbot, who lived at Lacock Abbey notably was a pioneer in developing modern photography.

Beyond the National Trust sites in the village, Lacock has a long history of being used as the setting for films. Lacock featured in the first two Harry Potter films. Also, the BBC chose Lacock for some of the Pemberley scenes in Pride & Prejudice. As well as Lacock Abbey, National Heritage have listed a number of buildings in the village itself. Make sure you leave enough time to explore the village on foot after you visit the abbey and museum.

Lacock, Wiltshire is not far from the M4 motorway. You can use the postcode SN15 2LG for SatNav. By train, the distance is similar from Chippenham and Melksham stations, around three miles.

Lacock, Wiltshire

Gate at Lacock Abbey, Lacock, Wiltshire

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