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Things To Do in The Cotswolds

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Chedworth Roman Villa (photo by Hazel Barry-Scott - courtesy of the National Trust)

Chedworth Roman Villa (National Trust)

Cradled in a beautiful Cotswold valley rest the remains of one of the grandest Roman villas in…

The Roman Baths - The Great Bath

The Roman Baths

Walk around the steaming Great Bath where people bathed nearly 2,000 years ago, see the ruins of…

The Spa at Hatherley Manor

The Spa at Hatherley Manor

A luxury spa based in the Cotswold countryside.

In This Section

  1. Historic Houses & Museums
    Discover the rich history and vibrant past at iconic historic houses or heritage museums.
  2. Sightseeing & Tour Guides
    Take a tour with an expert guide to learn about the towns and villages, see attractions and experience hidden gems.
  3. Walking Guides & Walking in The Cotswolds
    Planning on doing a little walking in The Cotswolds?...Information on walking guides and walking routes in the Cotswolds direct from the official Cotswolds tourism site!
  4. Activities
    Not one to sit around? Then get out there and actively enjoy the Cotswolds: walking, cycling, watersports, whatever your favourite activity...
  5. Arts & Entertainment
    Visit art galleries and watch theatrical performances to experience the rich arts and cuture in the Cotswolds.
  6. Group attractions
    Groups can discover a wide variety of attractions, activities and other things to do.
  7. Family Fun
    Experience a fun packed family day out at one of the many attractions or activity centres.
  8. Rousham - just one of the glorious gardens of the Cotswolds (photo by Harpur Garden Images)

    The Cotswolds are home to a whole host of world class gardens renowned for their design, history or – in some cases their royal heritage!  They’re fabulous from the earliest spring days to late autumn and as well as the variety in style – there’s a whole range of ways getting there to soak up the sights and sounds.  And it’s in the height of summer that they really come into their own…..

    25 May 2018