Attractions in the Cotswolds
The Cotswolds is full of attractions for you to discover and explore.
Award-winning visitor centre, home to a variety of wildfowl and wetland creatures that will...
Established in 1971 as the home of rare breed conservation, Cotswold Farm Park offers a fun-filled...
The Cotswolds Discovery Centre is housed in the grade ll* listed Old Prison, a fascinating 18th...
Three floors of a Victorian warehouse house interactive displays and galleries, which chart the...
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The country home of William Morris - poet, craftsman and socialist - from 1871 until 1896, this is an essential experience for anyone interested in the Arts and Crafts Movement.
140 Lakes and wetlands covering 40 square miles, south of Cirencester - great for outdoor pursuits. Come & explore!
Established in 1971 as the home of rare breed conservation, Cotswold Farm Park offers a fun-filled day out. Children can interact closely with the animals in the Touch Barn and there’s also a wildlife walk, adventure playground and farm safari.
Get eye-to-eye with giraffe, watch rhinos grazing on Gothic Manor House lawns or walk with Lemurs. With over 260 different animal species in over 120 acres of beautiful Parkland & gardens, there's plenty of space to relax and get closer to wildlife!
Moreton In Marsh
Beautiful Batsford – a wild garden for all seasons. 56 acres of breathtaking woodland garden, Batsford is a world of trees and so much more. Visit our award-winning visitor centre Gift & Garden Shop, Plant Centre & Garden Terrace Café.
The Cotswolds Discovery Centre is housed in the grade ll* listed Old Prison, a fascinating 18th century building and now a unique historic visitor attraction in the Cotswold market town of Northleach.
The Cotswolds Distillery, producing Outstanding Natural Spirits in the Heart of the North Cotswolds.
Westonbirt is a remarkable place for people to enjoy and learn about trees. Borne of a Victorian passion for plant collecting, around 15,000 trees from all over the globe now offer the perfect setting to escape, relax or have an adventure…
Winchcombe, Near Cheltenham
Set against the dramatic backdrop of the Cotswolds, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Sudeley Castle & Gardens is just eight miles from Broadway.
Highgrove is the private home of Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall. Guided individual and group garden tours are available and must be pre-booked.
This superbly restored 17th century building, once a shop selling hats, is home to our innovative heritage centre. Using our state of the art portable guides and interactive games, so you can get a taste of our fascinating local history.
Company offering walking holidays & specialising in the Cotswolds. Self guided routes & Cotswold Way. Private groups a speciality. Guides available.
Award-winning visitor centre, home to a variety of wildfowl and wetland creatures that will captivate people of all ages. Plenty to do inside and out with events, activities, walks and talks throughout the year.
Classic Car Hire
Get the best view in the Cotswolds from behind the wheel of a classic car. Adding a classic car to your Cotswolds break couldn’t be easier.
Bourton on the Water
In a natural setting of woodland, river and gardens, Birdland is home to over 500 birds of 130 different species. Open all year. Only group of King Penguins in England.
Three floors of a Victorian warehouse house interactive displays and galleries, which chart the story of Britain's waterways. Historic craft, working forge, cafe and shop.
From medieval fortress to Elizabethan palace, Kenilworth Castle has been at the centre of England’s affairs for much of its 900 year history.
Moreton in Marsh
The Cotswold Falconry Centre is home to over 60 different species of Birds of Prey, with many breeding in front of you here at the Centre. You and your family and friends can enjoy these wonderful birds whilst finding out about their conservation.
Bourton on the Hill
Award-winning three acre garden with imaginative topiary, magnificent herbaceous borders with many rare, unusual and exotic plants, spring-fed water features and unique Shade House.
This unique garden restoration, situated in a hidden valley, dates from a period when 18th century gentle folk were creating flamboyant pleasure grounds in which to entertain their guests.