Salisbury has been a magnet for traders for 800 years. Over that time, our modern medieval city has grown into a hub for original, innovative businesses.
Winchester Street is one area where shoppers can take advantage of an eclectic mix that offers a unique shopping experience and an opportunity to discover things you wouldn’t find on any other high street.
Shops on Winchester Street in Salisbury
If you’re looking for somewhere to shop in Salisbury, Winchester Street offers a huge variety. There are a range of independent and national businesses selling everything from bikes to art and clothes.
You’ll find award-winners here too. At Salisbury’s recent Business Excellence Awards, Muse Hairdressing was named Start Up of the Year and A-Plan Insurance won the Employer of the Year Award. Clearway Pets also received one of the Highly Commended prizes.
It’s also been a good year for Artisan Wine and Spirit Co which won a top national award earlier this year. They were named “Newcomer of the Year” at the Drinks Retailing Awards.
If you’re in need of a new look or some ‘me time’, you’ll find it here. You could try...
Muse Hairdressing, a boutique salon overlooking the Guildhall Square with an eco-friendly and sustainable ethos.
Legally Blonde, which specialises in precision colouring, cutting, blow dry’s, Brazilian blowout and hair ups.
Herbert's Hair on Winchester Street is Salisbury’s longest established hair salon.
Sienna Taye Hairdressing, a salon with lots of character and bursting with charm.
Visit Debby Chein Hair Salon to take advantage of Debby’s vast experience from 20 years working across the globe.
SISU Cabella offers both haircuts and hair extensions
For an independent, unisex, sunbed studio head to Jacqui's Sunbed Studio.
Classical Beauty offers treatments including waxing, massage and facials.
For complimentary health therapy head to The Therapy Centre on Winchester Street. Here you'll find a range of massage options, movement coaching, acupuncture, shiatsu, reflexology, Bowen Therapy, herbal medicine, Reiki and Energy Healing all under one roof.
There’s also Well Pharmacy, which is well stocked with beauty and health products.
Businesses on Winchester Street include The Thearapy Centre
Artisan Wine and Spirit Co is an independent shop offering a hand selected range of amazing wines and spirits from across the globe and closer to home. They also run popular tasting events throughout the year.
Blueberry Den is Salisbury’s only zero-waste shop. As well as food refills, you can also pick up cleaning products and gifts.
The Dusty Apron is a popular bakery that offers a selection of sweet treats and freshly made sandwiches.
The Anchor and Hope pub on Winchester Street offers a great place to meet and spend time with friends. They have food and drink and a lovely outdoor space to spend lazy summer evenings.
There’s also the convenience store, Best One Local, that sells smaller food items and drinks. And, just around the corner from Winchester Street on Rollestone Street is Great Wall, a Chinese restaurant where you can eat-in or takeaway.
Blueberry Den is a zero-waste shop in Salisbury
If you’re looking for a piece of art to brighten up your walls, Memory Fine Art is a gallery offering impressive works. But, if you would rather paint your own masterpiece, Complete Artist is the city's only independent art materials shop and has everything you may need.
J.A.M.S. Ironwork is one of the newest shops on the street. They upcycle, recycle, modify and restore vintage industrial items to make unique custom feature furniture and lighting.
Magic Carpets is a long-established independent business that provides both domestic and commercial flooring.
Pure Comfort is one of the South's leading furniture stores selling a large variety of sofas, beds, furniture and accessories.
Squirrel Antiques and Interiors offers the chance to pick up a bargain with a wide range of English and French antiques. The shop also incorporates LewBel Antiques where you’ll find a traditional mix of antiques and collectables.
Clearway Pets is Salisbury's only independent pet store with a huge range of products for all pets, including food, bedding and clothing!
If your pet needs a bit of a trim, Winchester Street has that covered too! Boo Bear Grooming Boutique offers pet friendly services for dogs needing a full body groom, tidy-up or a Boo Bear wash and go.
Winchester Street in Salisbury offers a rbilliant range of indie businesses
The Sisters Wardrobe is a new addition to Winchester Street. It’s a pre-loved clothing shop that allows people to buy and sell good condition second-hand clothing and get back 50% of the profits.
Also offering second-hand wear is The British Red Cross. In their Winchester Street charity shop you’ll also find books and homework.
Warhammer, the Games Workshop hobby centre can be found on Winchester Street. Pick up miniatures, games and hobby supplies.
If you prefer outdoor activities, Hayball Cyclesport has new and used bikes for sale. They offer them for hire too. Servicing and repairs are also available.
Cex on Winchester Street buy, sell and exchange a range of technology and entertainment products. You can find mobile phones, video games, DVDs, computers and TVs here.
Also, on Winchester Street
Other businesses you’ll find on Winchester Street include I N Newman Ltd which is a family owned and run Independent Funeral Director. Meanwhile, A-Plan is an insurance company that has offices on Winchester Street. You can go to them for home and vehicle insurance. And, for anyone who wants a flutter, there are Coral and Betfred book makers.