Take a look at the wide range of attractions on offer. Most are in or within walking distance of the Town and none are more than a 15 minute drive.
Historic Parish Church
St Peter's Church is one of the most significant and beautiful historic buildings in Winchcombe.
Free Guided Town Walks – ‘An Introduction to Winchcombe’
Historic house open to the public with shop, restaurant, beautiful gardens, exhibitions and castle apartments.
English Heritage Site
One of the best preserved and restored of more than seventy long barrows in the Cotswolds.
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Cleeve Common is a wide open area of natural grassland forming part of the Cotswold Hills escarpment.
The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway is an ideal day out for the family, with lots to do for young and old alike.
Hailes Abbey was founded in 1246 in Gloucestershire by the Earl of Cornwall in thanks for surviving a shipwreck.
Probably the longest running craft pottery in the country.
Winchcombe... the walking capital of the Cotswolds.
Large selection of culinary and medicinal herbs plus over 30 varieties of chilli pepper.
Rare Breeds Farm
A wonderful family day out with lots of opportunities for children to interact with the animals.
Home of the Bugatti Owners Club and one of the world's most prestigous motor racing venues.
Lavender Farm and Shop
Third generation family farm set in beautiful Cotswold hills and surrounded by stunning fields full of lavender which is used to make a wide range of wonderfully scented products.
National Trust House and Garden
Ancient Cotswold manor house surrounded by a characterful, handcrafted garden.
Historic house and gardens
Stanway House is a Jacobean Manor House with charming gardens and the biggest fountain in Britain (and the tallest gravity-fed fountain in the world).