Top 5 Places to Visit in Cheltenham

Cheltenham

Cheltenham, the beautiful historic city of Cotswolds is the delightful spa town which is situated 100 miles far away from London. I think the UK is the one of the most visited country of the world because every city of the UK especially of England has its iconic history as well as places of attractions. We have lots of choices of accommodations and places of Cheltenham but every tourist wants to visit first the top and most visited places which are famous for its own unique personality and atmosphere. Here is look at the top 5 places to visit in Cheltenham.

Holst Birthplace Museum

As we have discussed above, this city is known for its historical places. So considering that with lots of visitor reviews, this historic museum has become one of the top places to visit in Cheltenham. This museum tells the story of the composers and their music. The main attraction of this place is the piano of Holst and The Planets which was composed by Holst. It is one of three composer museums in England.

Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum

During Cheltenham holidays, I would like to recommend you to visit Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum. This is the place where you can see the famous arts and crafts movement collection inspired by William Morris along with a great place to learn about the social history of Cheltenham, Britain’s most complete regency town and archaeological treasures of the Cotswold. If you visit this place then it would be a very exciting and informative visit for you and your kids.

Chedworth Roman Villa

If you are a fan of Roman villas and culture then Chedworth Roman Villa must be in your “to visit list”. It is one of the largest Roman villas in Britain enclosed by picturesque woodlands. It is the only destination where you can take part in interactive activities to see centuries of history and the variety of events helps expand your awareness into an understanding of the way of living of the Roman people.

Rococo Garden & Long Garden

The Rococo Garden is where you feel like you are in heaven; there is fresh air and stunning scenery. The eye catching garden is the Long Garden, especially famous for offering beautiful flower bed displays as well as its sparkling mainland atmosphere and it is one of the best boulevards in the country.

If you are interested in a longer stay in the city, you may want to book a hotel in Cheltenham.