Attractions

Church in Chipping Campden

St James’ Church

Built in the late 15th century in Perpendicular Gothic style, on wool-trade riches, imposing St James’ has a splendid tower and some graceful 17th-century monuments. Inside, you can see one of the earliest priest ve…
Historic Building in Chipping Campden

Market Hall

In the middle of High St stands Chipping Campden's highly photogenic, honey-toned 17th-century Market Hall, an open-sided pillared building where dairy farmers used to sell their produce. It looks like a cross betwe…
Gardens in Chipping Campden

Hidcote

About 4 miles northeast of Chipping Campden, Hidcote is one of the finest examples of Arts and Crafts landscaping in Britain, with a series of outdoor 'rooms' filled with flowers and rare plants from across the glob…
Historic Building in Chipping Campden

Grevel House

One of the grandest residences on High St, 14th-century Grevel House was once home to highly successful wool merchant William Grevel and is Chipping Campden's oldest building. Admire the splendid Perpendicular Gothi…
Museum in Chipping Campden

Court Barn Museum

Chipping Campden has been linked with the Arts and Crafts movement since architect and designer Charles Robert Ashbee moved his Guild of Handicraft here from East London in 1902. Set inside a 17th-century barn, this…
Arts Centre in Chipping Campden

Guild Craft Workshops

This former silk mill (c 1790) was the home of Charles Robert Ashbee's Guild of Handicraft from 1902 until it went bust in 1908. Many artisans stayed on, however, including Hart Gold & Silversmiths, who are stil…