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Gloucester Cathedral (Gloucester)
#1 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Religious Sites
Cathedral of the Cotswolds
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#2 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Hiking Trails; Scenic/ Historic Walking Areas; Trails

The Cotswold Way is one of many National Trails in Britain.  There are many websites about it -- the official one being http://www.nation... Trip Advisor Reviews of the Cotswold... more »

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Chavenage House (Tetbury)
#3 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Historic Sites
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Woodchester Mansion (Stonehouse)
#4 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Architectural Buildings
Owner description: Woodchester Mansion is a 19th Century Victorian Gothic masterpiece mysteriously abandoned mid-construction in 1873. Hidden in... more » Owner description: Woodchester Mansion is a 19th Century Victorian Gothic masterpiece mysteriously abandoned mid-construction in 1873. Hidden in a secluded Cotswold Valley, it is untouched by time and the modern world. This unique Grade 1 Listed Building has been saved from dereliction but it will never be completed, enabling visitors to view the secret building techniques of medieval Gothic builders. Special events are held throughout the year, but do check our open days and times before visiting. « less
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Montpellier District (Cheltenham)
#5 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Neighborhoods
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#6 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Religious Sites
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Berkeley Castle (Berkeley)
#7 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Castles
Owner description: This intriguing castle has been the home of the Berkeley family for more than 850 years and was recently featured on the... more » Owner description: This intriguing castle has been the home of the Berkeley family for more than 850 years and was recently featured on the BBC's 'Britain's Hidden Heritage' programme. It was the last place of residence of King Edward II, who was imprisoned in the castle and murdered within its walls.The Castle is open from Easter until the end of October. The Butterfly House reopens on 1 May, walk amongst the stunning butterflies. A visit to the Yurt Tearoom is also a must!Please check our website for open days and hours. « less
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Cheltenham Town Hall (Cheltenham)
#8 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Historic Sites; Theaters; Architectural Buildings
Owner description: Cheltenham Town Hall was built in 1902-03 in order to provide a venue for the many balls and concerts which made up the... more » Owner description: Cheltenham Town Hall was built in 1902-03 in order to provide a venue for the many balls and concerts which made up the town's social calendar at the turn of the twentieth century. Until the year 1900, that role had been filled by the old Assembly Rooms in the High Street, and it was their demolition to make way for a bank that prompted the Council to build a new, and much larger Hall on a new site. The Town Hall, situated on Imperial Gardens in the centre of Cheltenham comprises of a Grand Main Hall, distinguished by its Corinthian styles columns and coved ceiling. « less
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#9 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Historic Sites; Religious Sites
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#10 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Historic Sites
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St. James' Church (Chipping Campden)
#11 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Religious Sites
This stately church, built in the 1400s, is the town's famous Perpendicular wool church, which can be seen from miles around.
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Gloucester Docks (Gloucester)
#12 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Historic Walking Areas; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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Sudeley Castle (Winchcombe)
#13 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Castles; Historic Sites; Religious Sites; Gardens
Owner description: Romantic ruins, award-winning gardens and one thousand years of fascinating history are among the many reasons to visit... more » Owner description: Romantic ruins, award-winning gardens and one thousand years of fascinating history are among the many reasons to visit Sudeley Castle, which nestles in the Cotswold Hills in the historic town of Winchcombe, Gloucestershire.The Castle has changed hands over a dozen times during its history and today it is the private home of Lord and Lady Ashcombe, Henry and Mollie Dent-Brocklehurst and their families.As well as our regular and hugely popular events such as the Easter Egg Trail, Rose Week and Spring Grand Sale, this year marks the Quincentenary of the birth of our resident Tudor Queen, Katherine Parr. The last and surviving wife of King Henry VIII, she came to live at Sudeley after his death and is now entombed in our church, St Mary’s, which is open to visitors. We will be celebrating her extraordinary life throughout the 2012 season – a film introduced by Sir David Starkey will introduce a new exhibition and there will be talks, Tudor Fun Days, Archery, Literary events and plenty more. Sudeley’s unique Gardens are amongst the finest in England. Our annual Rose Week in June features the centrepiece Queens Garden, which sits on the original Tudor Parterre and billows with hundreds of varieties of old fashioned roses. Overall Sudeley boasts ten stunning gardens, which we are constantly improving and evolving with the help of our design consultant, the eminent Sir Roddy Llewellyn. As well as all of this we have a giant wooden play fort for our younger visitors to enjoy, exhibitions, a coffee shop and Pheasantry. Tours of the private family apartments are available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. New for 2012 is a Wildlife Trail, and we will also be welcoming some new arrivals to the Pheasantry – Barn and Snowy Owls. We look forward to welcoming you to Sudeley. « less
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St Marys Painswick (Painswick)
#14 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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St. Mary's Church (Fairford)
#15 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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Chastleton House and Garden (Moreton-in-Marsh)
#16 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: Completed in 1612, this is one of the finest and most complete Jacobean houses in England, with scenic gardens and a topiary... more » Owner description: Completed in 1612, this is one of the finest and most complete Jacobean houses in England, with scenic gardens and a topiary that are truly Jacobean and Elizabethan in style. « less
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Silk Mill (Chipping Campden)
#17 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Historic Sites
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St. Edward's Church (Stow-on-the-Wold)
#18 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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#19 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Ancient Ruins
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#20 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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#21 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Libraries
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St Eadburgha's Church (Chipping Campden)
#22 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
Owner description: WELCOME to our delighful and historic Parish Church of St. Eadburgha's in Ebrington, nestling in the north Cotswolds. Our... more » Owner description: WELCOME to our delighful and historic Parish Church of St. Eadburgha's in Ebrington, nestling in the north Cotswolds. Our church has been at the centre of our community and our worship for centuries and continues to be at the very centre of village life.You are welcome to share our enjoyment of this very special place. The Church is open daily for visitors and for prayer. « less
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#23 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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Prinknash Abbey (Gloucester)
#24 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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Rodmarton Manor (Cirencester)
#25 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Historic Sites; Gardens
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D7 Church (Gloucester)
#26 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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Ancient Ram Inn (Wotton-under-Edge)
#27 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Historic Sites; Mysterious Sites
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#28 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
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Whittington Court (Cheltenham)
#29 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Historic Sites
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Old Campden House (Chipping Campden)
#30 of 36 attractions in Cotswolds
Category: Historic Sites
Visitors can see sections of this 16th-century ornate mansion built for Sir Baptist Hicks.
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