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Abbey House Garden

abbey-house-garden.pngThere is no less than 1300 years of history in this wonderful garden in Malmesbury, just a few km’s from Cirencester.

The first King of England is said to have been buried somewhere in the garden and is is truly a magnificent place to visit.

Abbey House Garden is famous for being the home of The Naked Gardeners, for having "Clothes Optional Days" and welcoming naturists.

Chedworth Roman Villa

chedworth.pngWay back in the Roman times in Britain, Chedworth was home of one of the largest villas in the country. Today you can get a feel for the villa with mosaics, latrines and bath houses in this magnificently preserved piece of history.

Corinium Museum

corinium-museum.pngThe Corinium Museum has one of the largest collections of Roman-British antiquities from Corinium (Cirencester) which used to be the second largest city in Roman Britain, second to London.

The museum offers you a chance to see metal works and mosaics from Roman times, see a Roman villa and buried treasures. A great Cotswold attraction and family destination, the museum also has a gift shop and a café.

Octavia's Bookshop

octavias-bookshop.pngJack Black Street in Cirencester is home to a rather magical place.. Octavia's Bookshop.

This wonderful award-winning book shop for grown-ups and children run independently by people who are genuinely passionate about literature for children as well as adults.

The Spa at Barnsley House

spa-barnsley-house.pngIf you’re in Cirencester and looking for a fabulous, relaxing spa day, your first call must be to the spa at Barnsley House, and a tranquil and luxurious spa experience will await you.

Lovely, relaxing spa treatments, aromatherapy and overall pampering is what The Spa at Barnsley House is all about. The spa has an outdoor heated hydrotherapy pool and a herbaceous steam and sauna room.

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