Attractions

Top Choice Museum in Cirencester

Corinium Museum

Most of this wonderful modern, well-presented museum is, of course, dedicated to Cirencester’s Roman past, with reconstructed rooms, videos and interactive displays that bring the era to life. Among an array of high…
Church in Cirencester

St John the Baptist’s Church

Commenced in 1100, the cathedral-like St John's is one of England's largest parish churches. It boasts an outstanding Perpendicular Gothic tower with flying buttresses (c 1400) and a majestic three-storey south porc…
Park in Cirencester

Cirencester Park

Unusually for a stately home, the Earl of Bathurst’s mansion sits right on the western edge of town, hidden and off-limits behind a giant yew hedge (allegedly Britain’s tallest). The extensive landscaped grounds, ho…
Archaeological Site in Cirencester

Amphitheatre

Although little actually remains of Corinium (Roman Cirencester), you can still see the (very) grassed-over ruins of one of the largest amphitheatres in the country, dating back to the early 2nd century AD and with …
Arts Centre in Cirencester

New Brewery Arts

Home to over a dozen resident artisans (jewellers, sculptors, glass-blowers), this converted Victorian brewery hosts regular exhibitions, workshops and classes ranging from creative writing to ceramics and photograp…