Gloucestershire is a fantastic base for exploring some of the surrounding counties and attractions.
Starting in the earliest days of powered flight, Aerospace Bristol will whisk you away on an immersive journey through more than a century of incredible aviation achievements and fascinating tales of human endeavour.
The Ashmolean Museum is packed full of archaeology and art works from all over the world. Families can discover mummies in ancient Egypt and travel through time to find modern paintings, statues and so much more.
British Motor Museum
Situated in the small village of Gaydon, the British Motor Museum is home to the world’s largest collection of historic British cars; it boasts nearly 300 cars in its collection which span the classic, vintage and veteran eras.
Chepstow Castle boasts the oldest castle doors in Europe, until 1962 these doors hung in the main gateway, but are now in safe keeping in the on-site exhibition, let’s just say it would be nigh on impossible to find a replacement.
Discover the unique delights of Compton Verney, where there’s something for everyone to enjoy. With 120 acres of stunning parkland surrounding the art gallery and a family friendly café and gift shop, it’s a magical day out.
Eastnor Castle lies in Herefordshire at the foot of the stunning Malvern Hills on the edge of the Cotswolds. Surrounded by a beautiful deer park, arboretum and lake, the Castle is home to the Hervey-Bathurst family.
Monkey World assists governments around the world to stop the smuggling of primates from the wild. The highly-popular guided tours take visitors on a 1 hour 15 minute walking tour through the 65-acre park.
Lying in the heart of the beautiful city of Bath, the Roman Baths were constructed around 70AD as a grand bathing and socialising complex. It is now one of the best preserved Roman remains in the world to see.
Royal Shakespeare Theatre
The Royal Shakespeare Theatre is a Grade 2-listed building which retains many of the Art Deco features of the 1932 Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, it re-opened in November 2010 after a three-year transformation project.
For millions of Shakespeare enthusiasts worldwide, this house, Shakespeare’s Birthplace, is a shrine. You will discover the world that shaped the man and find out what other famous writers thought when they visited here.
SS Great Britain
Step back in time when you board Brunel’s SS Great Britain and discover the ship that changed the world. This national treasure was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and lies at the heart of an award-winning attraction.
The Olive Tree
The Olive Tree consistently aims to provide traditional Italian food, made with the finest ingredients. The menu is as large as it is delicious, with all the Italian dishes you’d expect, plus a good selection of vegetarian dishes too.
West Midland Safari Park
Want a fun filled day out? Then look no further, West Midland Safari Park has something for everyone. Take the four mile drive around the Safari and come face to face with some of the fastest, tallest and cutest animals around.