BBC'S Antiques Roadshow has today taken over Salisbury Cathedral - and with the sun popping out to greet its arrival, thousands of people are expected to descend on the city.

But fear not, there is plenty of room for all to head down and enjoy the day.

This is the first time since 1990 that the show has pitched up in the city.

The show will be filming at the cathedral from 9.30am to 5pm.

Robert Murphy, the series producer of Antiques Roadshow, is "thrilled" to bring the show back to Salisbury, adding: "We can't wait to see what treasures and cherished objects will emerge from the attic."

"It's a free, entertaining family day out and a rare opportunity to go behind the scenes and be a part of one of the BBC's most popular programmes.

Entry to the show is free and no preregistration is required.


There is no parking available at Salisbury Cathedral today due to the event.

Visitors, as well as residents, are being encouraged to use the city's free park and rides or to park in other car parks within the city.

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