Heritage & culture around Cirencester and beyond
Explore the earthwork remains of one of the largest Roman amphitheatres in Britain. Built in the early 2nd century, when the Roman city of Corinium (now Cirencester) was second only to London in size and importance.
Elemental Sculpture Park
Discover contemporary art as you follow the meandering paths around the ponds, gardens and glades of the park’s conifer woodland.
Parish Church of St. John the Baptist
Cirencester's St. John the Baptist is one of the largest parish churches in England and has been a place of worship for well over 1,000 years! The church is open every day and welcomes thousands of visitors a year.
Chedworth Roman Villa
Cradled in a beautiful Cotswold valley, discover the remains of one of the grandest Roman villas in Britain. Includes some of the very best 4th Century Roman mosaics on display in the country.
Discover the treasures of the Cotswolds as you explore its history at the multi award winning Corinium Museum, home to one of the largest collections of Romano-British antiquities.
A beautiful historic estate on the western edge of Swindon. Includes an impressive Palladian House, Church and Walled Garden, set in 260 acres of parkland.
Gloucester Waterways Museum
Housed in a warehouse at the heart of Gloucester’s fine Victorian docks, the museum tells the story of our wonderful canals and rivers.
The Old Prison
A fascinating and historic 18th Century visitor attraction in the Cotswold market town of Northleach. It also houses the visitor centre for the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a place to learn and discover more about this beautiful and unique landscape.
New Brewery Arts
The perfect place to explore the best of British craft and creativity – galleries, makers’ studios, café, craft shop and art workshops.
Pick a Pot & Paint
A family-run business in the centre of Cirencester welcomes you to visit, relax and paint one of their new ceramics in their lovely traditional studio.