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#1 of 28 attractions in Cheltenham
Category: Movie Theaters
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#2 of 28 attractions in Cheltenham
Category: Scenic Railroads
Owner description: The GWR is a steam and diesel heritage railway in the beautiful English Cotswolds. The railway warmly welcomes the new Flag &... more » Owner description: The GWR is a steam and diesel heritage railway in the beautiful English Cotswolds. The railway warmly welcomes the new Flag & Whistle Restaurant franchisee to the Railway. We wish her all the best for the 2014 season and look forward to enjoying the new exciting menu. The Restaurant will be open 30 min before the first train until late on operating days, offering homemade cakes, light bites, afternoon tea and freshly cooked lunches using local ingredients as well as a selection of hot drinks, locally produced fruit juices and cold drinks. Since 1981, about 12 miles of railway line have been restored, together with platforms, buildings, steam and diesel locomotives and rolling stock. There are now two cafes at the railway, two shops, a self-guided heritage trail, and lots of things for children to do. In addition to scheduled heritage train services, the GWR hosts a number of galas and enthusiasts' events throughout the year including Steam and Diesel Galas, Real Ale Weekends, Classic Vehicle Days, Fish and Chip Specials. The railway also stages events for children such as Days out with Thomas, a Halloween Steam and Scream Special and Santa Specials. Visit the GWR at Toddington, Winchcombe, or Cheltenham Racecourse stations. Free Parking. « less
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#3 of 28 attractions in Cheltenham
Category: Neighborhoods
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#4 of 28 attractions in Cheltenham
Category: Sports Complexes
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#5 of 28 attractions in Cheltenham
Category: Theaters
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#6 of 28 attractions in Cheltenham
Category: Sports Complexes
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#7 of 28 attractions in Cheltenham
Category: Military Museums
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#8 of 28 attractions in Cheltenham
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 28 attractions in Cheltenham
Category: Horse Tracks
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#10 of 28 attractions in Cheltenham
Category: Parks
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#12 of 28 attractions in Cheltenham
Owner description: Four new floors house extensive galleries for temporary exhibitions - for international / national touring shows, special... more » Owner description: Four new floors house extensive galleries for temporary exhibitions - for international / national touring shows, special highlights from our collections and fun shows for families - space to discover local heroes and archive collections, including the great Edward Wilson (one of Scott's key men on his 1912 expedition to Antarctica), and a new gallery space in which the internationally renowned Arts & Crafts collection will be shown. « less
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#13 of 28 attractions in Cheltenham
Category: Theaters
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#14 of 28 attractions in Cheltenham
Category: Historic Sites
The birthplace of Gustav Holst, composer of The Planets Suite.
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Lilley Brook Golf Club (Charlton Kings)
#15 of 28 attractions in Cheltenham
Owner description: Lilley Brook Golf Club is Cheltenham’s premier golf course, situated in Charlton Kings. It is set in the magnificent Cotswold... more » Owner description: Lilley Brook Golf Club is Cheltenham’s premier golf course, situated in Charlton Kings. It is set in the magnificent Cotswold hills, this course is a mature park land course which is designed to be challenging and enjoyable. Lilley Brook enjoys a shared heritage with the renowned Augusta National, home of the United States Masters. Both courses were designed by the famous Dr. Alister Mackenzie. « less
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#16 of 28 attractions in Cheltenham
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
#17 of 28 attractions in Cheltenham
Category: Sports Complexes
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#18 of 28 attractions in Cheltenham
Category: Movie Theaters
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#19 of 28 attractions in Cheltenham
Category: Golf Courses
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#22 of 28 attractions in Cheltenham
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#23 of 28 attractions in Cheltenham
Category: Malls; Movie Theaters
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Hall Place Stables (Prestbury)
#24 of 28 attractions in Cheltenham
Category: Horseback Riding Stables
Owner description: Located in Prestbury only 2.5 mile from the centre of Cheltenham the town is also known as “The Gateway to the Cotswold’s”,... more » Owner description: Located in Prestbury only 2.5 mile from the centre of Cheltenham the town is also known as “The Gateway to the Cotswold’s”, as having become a major tourist destination from which to discover the many wonderfully quaint Cotswold villages and small towns, which are so loved by the English royalty. The town modernly offers superior shopping in its famous Cheltenham Promenade and nearby indoor malls, where shoppers can find many fashionable boutiques. The Cider House Cottage is a delightful Cotswold stone former cider house, which was once the cider barrel store at Noverton farm. The cottage now lies detached in the grounds of Hall Place House and has been converted for accommodation for guests staying at Hall Place.The cottage has its own separate facilities and can accommodate two people in a double bedroom which has its own en suite shower and toilet, a fully equipped kitchen, lounge and downstairs cloak room. The cottage is often used by guests who are going to Cheltenham’s famous race course (located 1 mile from the farm) when they are staying for the Cheltenham Festival Gold Cup week. Many walkers have also stayed at the cottage, when they have used it as a starting point to explore the Cotswold Way, which runs through the farm. Some of the guests at the cottage have come to learn how to ride in both English and Western riding styles or top up on the skills they already have and have even brought their own horses to stay at the stables, for them to ride on holiday. Others have just come to enjoy the escorted riding, which is offered for visitors on their own horses or they can join me on one of my Western trained horses on the many wonderful trail rides that the area offers. The farm’s trails extend through meadows and woodland to the top of Prestbury Hill, as being at this point is a natural formation which is called a chelt. The Chelt is the Cotswold horseshoe escarpment which actually gave Cheltenham its name. This vantage point eventually offers the most wonderful vistas, which look out from Cleeve Cloud over the SevernValley across the slowly winding River Severn, to the blue Malvern Hills and the BlackWelshMountains, far beyond. « less
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#25 of 28 attractions in Cheltenham
Category: Golf Courses
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#27 of 28 attractions in Cheltenham
Owner description: The Play Farm is an indoor, themed soft play centre for children aged 0-12 years (maximum 148cm in height), based in Caldicot... more » Owner description: The Play Farm is an indoor, themed soft play centre for children aged 0-12 years (maximum 148cm in height), based in Caldicot (Wales), Cheltenham and Leamington Spa. The ideal place for your children to come and muck about whilst you can relax and pig out from our "dairy cafe"! and enjoy our selection of quality food, drinks and service whilst in comfortable and relaxing farmyard surroundings. « less
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#28 of 28 attractions in Cheltenham
Category: Historic Sites
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