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Top attractions in Cheltenham

You'll find plenty of things to keep you busy during your stay in our historic spa town. Take a stroll around the nearby Pittville Park, enjoy an afternoon at the polo, or listen to inspirational talks at The Cheltenham Literature Festival.

And a trip to The Cotswolds wouldn't be complete without a flutter at the racecourse, a muddy countryside walk, or a trip to the beautiful Blenheim Palace - birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill.

Cheltenham Racecourse

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    A visit to the town wouldn't be complete without a flutter at the racecourse. There are several meetings throughout the year, including The Festival and The Gold Cup.

Cineworld Cinema and The Screening Rooms

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    Found in Cheltenham's Brewery Quarter, the Cineworld Cinema and neighbouring Screening Rooms are the perfect place to watch the latest releases.

Snowshill Manor and Garden

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    This historic country house surrounded by breathtaking gardens is packed with extraordinary treasures, making it the perfect place to while away an afternoon.

Brickhampton Court Golf Complex

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    Regarded as one of the best local clubs, it features two charming tree-lined golf courses, a 28-bay floodlit driving range, and a practice putting green.

Cirencester Park Polo Club

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    The Cirencester Park Polo Club plays host to several tournaments throughout the summer months. Picnics, gazebos, dogs, and children are all welcome.

The Everyman Theatre

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    Nestled in the centre of Cheltenham, the historic Everyman Theatre hosts everything from opera and musicals to comedy, dance and drama.

Fluid Pilates Bootcamp

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    The Fluid Pilates studio features the latest in Reformer technology. The expert trainers combine Pilates principles with cardio and HIIT training to help you get the best from your workout.

Gloucester Rugby at Kingsholm Stadium

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    Once the home of England rugby, the historic Kingsholm Stadium plays host to a number of rugby union games throughout the season.

Pittville Park

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    Just a stone's throw from No.38 The Park, this beautiful park and gardens is the largest in Cheltenham and is home to the historic Grade I listed Pump Room.

Ian Coley Shooting School

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    Home to one of the UK's best clay shooting grounds, as well as gun shop stocked with country clothing, shooting accessories, and some of the finest sporting guns.

Blenheim Palace

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    At the birthplace of Winston Churchill you can discover priceless collections of portraits, tapestries and furniture, and explore the beautiful grounds and gardens.

Sudeley Castle and Gardens

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    Sudeley Castle is the final resting place of the last of Henry VIII's wives - Katherine Parr. Take a tour of the castle rooms and exhibitions before exploring the breathtaking gardens.

Cheltenham farmers' market

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    Enjoy a taste of the Cotswolds at the town's fortnightly farmers' market with stalls selling some of the finest local produce.

Sandford Parks Lido

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    With a 50m heated outdoor pool, separate children's pool and surrounding lawns, the Lido is the perfect place to spend a sunny afternoon.

Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens

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    In this beautifully landscaped parkland, you can get up close to over 260 different species including rhinos, giraffes, lions, penguins, and meerkats.