Cotswolds Attractions Include Historic Homes and Museums
Breathtaking Cotswolds attractions await you — from organic markets and arts and craft depots to stately museums and castles. The Cotswolds is rich in history and heritage. Visitors can explore museums, homes and cathedrals once occupied by very famous people.
Visitors seeking a holiday complete with history come to these Cotswolds attractions time and again:
• Cirencester's Corinium Museum -- Enjoy a lesson in Roman history and a time told in many old fables
• Learn and discover details of an English King’s murder at Berkeley Castle
• Don’t miss the famous William Morris's house at Kelmscott Manor
• Witness where the Domesday Book had been ordered at Gloucester Cathedral
Romance and whimsy is also in the air in the Cotswolds. From a Valentine’s Day package at Lower Slaughter Manor to the striking Blenheim Palace, visitors will be swept away in the Cotswolds atmosphere. There are many Cotswolds attractions to explore; so tourists find our Cotswolds accommodation finder very handy.Plan a thrilling day visiting the numerous Cotswolds attractions and take advantage of featured special offers. For the latest sightseeing information follow us on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook today.
Attractions in the Cotswolds are brimming full of sport and adventure. Several destinations in Cotswolds are green accredited offering a platform of learning and inspiration for many who visit.
Plan your days becoming one with nature in these Cotswolds attractions:
• Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust at Slimbridge gets you up close with nature and the creatures indigenous to the area—a perfect outing for the entire family
• Fitness areas throughout the Cotswolds include biking, walking and jogging trails, motivating you to go that extra mile
• Cotswolds riding and racing for novice or advanced riders, designated as a centre of horse excellence
• Exhilarating cricket, rugby and golf options for all skill levels
• Hot air ballooning over the English countryside
• Wild and wacky adventures such as lama trekking and even cheese rollingCotswolds attractions are diverse, catering to a variety of tourists’ tastes. Learn more by contacting your local Cotswolds Tourism Information Centre.