Abbey House Gardens - Malmesbury
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Almshouses - Chipping Campden
The 1612 Almshouses at Chipping Campden are an excellent example of Cotswolds architectural design, situated in an attractive local town
Arlington Row - Bibury
The epitome of Cotswold quaintness. Picturesque row of higgledy-piggledy cottages built in the 1830s as a wool store for the local mill
Batsford Arboretum - Moreton-in-marsh
Set in the heart of Batsford Park the 55 acre garden forms one of the largest private
Bibury Trout Farm - Bibury
Bibury Trout Farm is a working trout farm set in idyllic, countryside surroundings in the valley of the River Coln
Birdland Park and Gardens - Bourton-on-the-Water
Birdland Park and Gardens aims to educate and entertain visitors with its displays of more than 500 birds.
Bourton Model Railway - Bourton-on-the-Water
Bourton Model Railway
Brewery Arts Centre - Cirencester
12 world class craft studios, contemporary craft gallery, cafe, craft shop and numerous events and classes.
Broadway Tower - Broadway
Broadway Tower sits on the second highest point of the Cotswolds Ridge, providing spectacular views of up to thirteen counties
Burford Priory - Burford
Burford Priory is home to a Community of Benedictine monks and nuns. Visitors are welcome
Chedworth Roman Villa - Cirencester
Large, 1,700 year old Roman villa in wooded surroundings
Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum - Cheltenham
Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum houses artefacts spanning over 3000 years of history as well as displaying paintings from the Renaissance to the present day
Cheltenham Racecourse - Cheltenham
Cheltenham Racecourse is home to high-quality jump-racing, including the renowned Cheltenham Gold Cup
Cheltenham Town Hall - Cheltenham
Cheltenham Town Hall
Church of St Gregory the Great - Cheltenham
St Gregory’s Church in Cheltenham is a Catholic Church worth a visit to view the beautiful stone carvings and stained glass windows
Church of St John the Baptist - Burford
Church of St John the Baptist
Cirencester Air Raid Shelter Museum - Cirencester
Air Raid Shelter Museum featuring civilian and military artefacts and exhibits from the Second World War.
Cirencester Amphitheatre - Cirencester
One of the largest Roman amphitheatres in Britain. Dates back to the 2nd century
Cirencester Lock-up - Cirencester
A two-celled lock-up built in 1804 and moved to its present site in 1837
Cirencester Parish Church - Cirencester
Cirencester Parish Church
Corinium Museum - Cirencester
Archaeological museum containing a wealth of information about life in the Cotswolds throughout the ages
Cotswold Animal Park - Burford
Cotswold Animal Park
Cotswold Farm Park - Cheltenham
Farm park with emphasis on conservation and education. Wide range of activities and displays and various rare livestock breeds
Cotswold Motoring Museum & Toy Collection - Bourton-on-the-Water
Museum & Toy Collection with some fine examples of classic cars, motorbikes and even caravans
Court Barn Museum - Chipping Campden
The Court Barn Museum exhibits work from artists and craftspeople working in the north Cotswolds from the beginning of the Arts and Crafts Movement until the present day
Fox Talbot Museum - Lacock
Museum celebrating the life of Henry Fox Talbot, owner of Lacock Abbey and pioneer of photography
Gloucester and Sharpness Canal - Gloucester
Once the largest and deepest ship canal in the World now home to pleasure boats. Features manned locks and bridges and several waterside pubs
Gloucester Cathedral - Gloucester
One of the finest cathedrals in England. Built in the 12th century it is steeped in history. Features the largest stained glass window in England
Gloucester City Museum and Art Gallery - Gloucester
Museum and Art Gallery with exhibits including archaeological finds, fine and decorative arts, and natural history specimens
Gordon Russell Museum - Broadway
Museum to celebrate Arts & Crafts innovator Gordon Russell. Includes archives, decorative and applied art, design
Greystones Farm - Bourton-on-the-Water
Greystones Farm
Hidcote Manor Garden - Chipping Campden
20th-century garden comprised of outdoor 'rooms' each with its own unique character
Holst Birthplace Museum - Cheltenham
Gustav Holst Birthplace Museum
Kelmscott Manor - Lechlade
Grade 1 Listed Tudor farmhouse built of local limestone on the edge of the village of Kelmscott. Perhaps best known as the summer retreat of William Morris of the Arts and Crafts movement
Kiftsgate Court Gardens - Chipping Campden
Kiftsgate Court Gardens
Lacock Abbey - Lacock
A medieval cloistered abbey converted into a fine country house and set in extensive gardens
Malmesbury Abbey - Malmesbury
Remains of a 16th abbey which has partially been restored to an active place of worship.
Mill Dene Garden - Moreton-in-marsh
Charming English country garden meets cottage garden but with a few idiosyncratic twists.
National Waterways Museum - Gloucester
Located in a Victorian warehouse on the historic Gloucester Docks the museum charts the story of Britain's canals
Pittville Pump Room - Cheltenham
Historic Grade One listed property set in parkland at pittville used for cultural, commercial and community events.
Rodmarton Manor - Cirencester
Fine example of a country house built to the Arts and Crafts ideals. All the furniture is also Arts and Crafts
Sandford Parks Lido - Cheltenham
Sandford Parks Lido
St John the Baptist Church - Cirencester
One of the largest parish churches in England this medieval is oft referred to as the 'Cathedral of the Cotswolds'
Tolsey Museum - Burford
Museum with exhibits on Burford’s industrial and social history.
Wellington Aviation Museum - Moreton-in-marsh
Small museum dedicated to all those who served or who passed through RAF bomber command at Moreton-in-Marsh