Salisbury Museum has installed a temporary climbing wall, or ‘Monolith’, which has opened for visitors of all ages to climb today only (Tuesday August 17).

The 24-foot climbing wall, which is the same height as the Sarsens at Stonehenge, has been installed in The Salisbury Museum’s forecourt for one day only, creating an opportunity to have fun and learn at the same time. 

English Heritage spokespersons will be on site to share facts and Stone Age handling items.

The museum shared on their Facebook “If you can fit the harness, you can climb”.

There is no need to book, the attraction will be open between 10am and 4pm and normal museum admissions charges apply.

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