Chipping Campden Visitor Information Centre
Type:Tourist Information Centre
Tel: 01386 841206
We are a fully networked Information Centre offering a wide range of services located on Chipping Campden High Street opposite the hall.
Friendly, helpful and informative staff and volunteers can help make the most of your visit to the area.
We offer an extensive selection of maps, guides, postcards, gifts, souvenirs and books of local interest and history, together with a range of free brochures and leaflets. We also stock a range of locally produced jewellery and souvenirs, as well as an extensive range of a local photographer’s work. As the start/finish of the National Trail known as The Cotswold Way, we have some maps and guide books to help you plan your walk. We also have a range of guide books and maps on local and Cotswold walking and cycling.
If you want advice on how to get here, accommodation, or other matters, call us on 01386 841206, if we can’t get to the phone, leave a message, and we’ll call you back as soon as we can. If you’re calling from abroad, it’s best to contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
As well as serving visitors which come to the town of Chipping Campden we also serve the local community, for more info please visit our website at www.campdenonline.org
We also operate an online shop which stocks a variety of maps, guides, local; history books, gifts and clothing, so even if you’re not coming to Chipping Campden (and why not!) you can provide yourself with all you need for a visit to the Cotswolds.
- Regional and Miscellaneous WTTC Safe Travels 2021
- Open All Year
- MasterCard accepted
- Switch accepted
- Visa accepted
* Currently open Mon/Tues/Thu/Fri – 09.30 – 13.00. Wed/Sat – 09.30 – 16.00. Sun – 10.30-16.00. Please check website for full opening details www.chippingcampdenonline.org/chipping-campden-tourist-information-centre as they do vary dependent on the time of year.
Located on the main High Street of Chipping Campden
Public Transport Directions
On bus route - Johnsons’ routes 1&2, Pulham’s route 606.