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.
Winchcombe, its people and its fascinating past come to life in our many and varied displays. We also have historic items, pictures, memorabilia and family and local history. The Police collection has a wide range of uniforms, cap badges and equipment, ...
Free guided walks around town - click the website link for more information.
Historic house open to the public with shop, restaurant, beautiful gardens, exhibitions and castle apartments. Holiday cottages available. Venue for private parties and corporate entertainment.
Probably the longest running craft pottery in the country. This world-famous potter still makes everything by hand, offering a complete range of pots for use in the home, at suprisingly low prices.
One of the best preserved and restored of more than seventy long barrows in the Cotswolds. Probably constructed around 3000BC, it is a tomb which would have been used for successive burials over a period of years.
Cleeve Common is a wide open area of natural grassland forming part of the Cotswold Hills escarpment. Overseen by Natural England, the common and its surroundings lie within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Run by BBC's "Countryfile" presenter Adam Henson, the Farm Park is home to over 50 flocks and herds of rare breed farm animals. A wonderful family day out with lots of opportunities for children to interact with the animals.
Large selection of culinary and medicinal herbs plus over 30 varieties of chilli pepper.
Enjoy a great day out at the GWR. Running from Toddington, through Winchcombe and on to Cheltenham Racecourse this heritage railway line offers two different railway experiences - steam trains or a 1950's diesel rail car.
A Cistercian Abbey founded in 1246 by the Earl of Cornwall in thanks for surviving a shipwreck. Use the audio tour to imagine how the Monks and Lay Brothers once lived.
Home of the Bugatti Owners Club and one of the world's most prestigous motor racing venues.
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.
Ancient Cotswold manor house surrounded by a characterful, handcrafted garden.
St Peter's Church (which dates from the 15th century) is one of the most significant and beautiful historic buildings in Winchcombe.
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).
A fully restored working watermill on the Stanway Estate, producing stoneground wholemeal and sifted flour.
Winchcombe .. the walking capital of the Cotswolds. The town is a member of the national Walkers are Welcome network. We promote walking; we run an annual walking festival; we launched a long-distance path round the town in May 2011. In short, we will ...