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- Cheltenham Christmas Markets - Now in its eighth year, Cheltenham's Christmas Market 2011 offers an excellent opportunity to purchase some unique gifts and to experience one of the best Christmas markets in the UK.
- Cheltenham Shopping - Cheltenham has for a long time been a town renowned for its exclusive shopping, from charming boutiques to shopping centres with many leading retailers.
- Cheltenham Racecourse - located at Prestbury Park, Cheltenham is just 4 miles away and is home of the National Hunt Racing. Cheltenham Gold Cup - the atmosphere is electric and the buzz of excitement can be felt miles away!
- Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum - possess an internationally significant collection relating to the Arts and Crafts Movement. Particularly strong in furniture, the collection also includes silver, textiles, ceramics and paintings, much of which was made by Cotswold craftsmen inspired by William Morris.
- Pitville Park - This is the largest ornamental park in Cheltenham and features the stunning pump room and lakes.
- Cheltenham Everyman Theatre - Cheltenham's theatre has just undergone a major refurbishment and is now open for bookings.
- Holst Birthplace Museum - find out about the life of one of Britain's great composers
- Gloucester Docks - Featuring the award winning Waterways Museum and Tall Ships Festivals to name a couple.
- Gloucester Quays - Gloucester Quays is a fabulous iconic £400 million waterside retail and leisure development set adjacent to the Historic Docks and the City Centre of Gloucester.
- Gloucester Cathedral - a medieval jewel and a glorious sacred space and is ranked in the top 5 of Englands' most beautiful cathedrals.
- Soldiers of Gloucester Museum - The museum displays the remarkable story of the Soldiers of Gloucestershire who have served their regiments since 1694. It depicts their courage, humour, their traditions and their sacrifices in exciting and colourful exhibitions for all ages to enjoy.
- Three Choirs Vineyard - is now one of Gloucestershire's main attractions, offering a unique experience for both wine enthusiasts and those just looking for a great day out.
- Gloucester Antiques Centre - They offer a huge range of antiques and collectables.
- Gloucester Waterways Museum - located in Gloucester's glorious docks tells you the stories of the canals and rivers.
- Gloucester Folk Museum - is one of the oldest established museums dedicated to social history.
Forest of Dean
- Dean Forest Railway - Spend an atmospheric day on the GWR branch line, steaming through the magnificent Royal Forest of Dean.
- Royal Forest of Dean - One of England's few remaining ancient forests covering over 27,000 acres of woodland. Designated a National Forest Park in 1938, it is bordered by the River Severn and the River Wye, giving rise to its stunning landscapes and spectacular scenery.
- Clearwell Caves - You'll be entering some of Britain's oldest underground mine workings, dating back to over 4,500 years. With nine impressive caverns to explore, the caves are both educational and fun for the whole family.
- Cotswolds - One of the most beautiful and captivating areas of England, known and loved by people across the world. Bourton-on-the-Water, Broadway ,Cirencester, Stow-on-the-Wold, Moreton-in-Marsh, Chipping Campden are just a few of the beautiful villages the Cotswolds has to offer.
- Sudeley Castle - sits nestled in the Cotswolds Hills, surrounded by 1200 acres of grounds, award-winning gardens and historic medieval ruins. Sudeley's glorious gardens are amongst the very best in England, from the centrepiece Queens Garden, billowing with hundreds of varieties of old fashioned roses, to the herbal healing garden.
- Cotswold Falconry Centre - located in the Batsford Estate, there's a dazzling collection of some of the world's most beautiful and elegant birds. From eagles, hawks and falcons, to kestrals and sleepy owls, the centre is full of fascinating sights and flights.
- Cotswold Wildlife Park - From Ants to White Rhinos and Bats to Big Cats, set in 160 acres of landscaped parkland. The animal collection is one of the most diverse in the country.
- Birdland Park and Gardens - A day out in Bourton-on-the-Water is home to some of the most exotic and rare birds from around the world, including the only group of King Penguins in England.
- Cotswold Motoring Museum - in the heart of Bourton-on-the-Water reflects motoring history over the years. The collection showcased respresents a real slice of motoring history from the 20th century.
- Cotswold Farm Park - A comprehensive collection of rare breed British farm animals, lambs and goat kids to bottle feed, piglets to stroke, seasonal farming demonstrations including lambing, shearing and milking.
- Slimbridge Wetland Centre - With an outstanding array of wildlife from water voles to waders, hares to dragonflies; Slimbridge is home to the world's largest collection of swans, geese, ducks and flamingos.