11 Best Things To Do In Cirencester, England
Perched right on the fringes of the Cotswolds, Cirencester is a totally gorgeous market town that’s steeped in history. With thousands of years of history, even with heaps of Roman settlements, there are some many epic and best things to do in Cirencester dotted all around the town.
We totally loved our visit and often use Cirencester as our stepping stone before heading to the timeless villages in the Cotswolds. Filled with little markets, historic spots and Roman history, it’s a place you can easily spend a few days. Best of all, there’s no faff in getting around, it’s small enough to wander by foot without any worries of getting lost.
You’ll have a lovely day trip to Cirencester and it really is a great little spot to see a traditional market town in England. So, to help you find the best things to do in Cirencester, take a look at some of our favourites that we totally loved.
Have the best time exploring.
Once inside, you’ll be able to take a wander down the impressive nave and learn more about its 12th-Century beginnings.
Also, be sure to keep your eyes peeled for the iconic stained glass windows; just stunning.
The main street in Cirencester, Market Place is one of the spots you won’t miss when wandering around. It’s almost like every little street and alley leads its way back to Market Place.
Of course, this is great as it means you can’t really get too lost in Cirencester!
As you stroll the area, you’ll be able to pop in all the little shops, partner it with a trip to Cirencester Market and popping in The Marlborough Arms for a pint (or two).
It’s so impressive to see the prehistoric tools and easily one of the best things to do in Cirencester for history buffs!
This is easily one of the best things to do in Cirencester for any budding shopaholics!
Honestly, you’ll find loads of little trinkets and goodies to take home. We didn’t wanna leave.
Afterwards, head over to The Fleece for a proper English pub lunch.
It’s centuries-old and the dishes were traditional favourites. We loved the fish and chips and sticky toffee pudding for dessert.
Though don’t be expecting some whopping “Hyde Park” style grounds, it’s much smaller and intimate.
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