Borderlands Outdoor

Gloucestershire Places to Visit Action & Adventure - Borderlands Outdoor

We provide outdoor education, adventure and training courses across the Forest of Dean and South Wales border area. Our nationally accredited open and private first aid courses include First Aid at Work and Outdoor First Aid. We offer navigation training from beginner to advanced, with tuition provided by a qualified Mountain Leader. We also provide corporate activity and team building events, tailored to your company's needs. Our themed school activity days are aligned to the national curriculum, meeting targets in geography, history and PSHE.

Borderlands Outdoor - , Gloucestershire

Bourton Model Village

Gloucestershire Places to Visit Family Attractions - Bourton Model Village


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Built in the 1930s this is a replica of Bourton on the Water village, including river, bridges and churches built in Cotswold stone. Open all year round.

Bourton Model Village - Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire

Bowood House and Gardens

Gloucestershire Places to Visit Gardens & Aboretums - Bowood House and Gardens


The whole family can relax in 100 acres of parkland, designed by ‘Capability’ Brown offering a lake, arboretum, pinetum and cascade. Famous adventure playground, soft play palace for younger children. Children can also meet friendly farm animals. The House itself hosts a wealth of unique items from Queen Victoria’s wedding chair to Napoleon’s death mask and an extensive collection of paintings. During the spring visit the stunning Rhododendron Walks offering breathtaking vistas of colour and beauty covering over 60 acres.

Bowood House and Gardens - Calne, Gloucestershire

Broadway Tower

Gloucestershire Places to Visit Historic - Broadway Tower


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The site of an ancient beacon, Broadway Tower was once home to the artist William Morris. On a clear day it is possible to see across the Severn Valley as far as the Welsh mountains and from the top of the tower it is possible to see as many as thirteen counties. The Tower is surrounded by 35 acres of parkland with animal enclosures, picnic/BBQ facilities, giant chessboard and adventure playground.

Broadway Tower - Broadway, Gloucestershire

Butts Rare Breeds Farm

Gloucestershire Places to Visit Farm Parks, Zoos - Butts Rare Breeds Farm


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Join in all the activities and have real hands-on-experience. Watch chicks hatching, cuddle the bunnies, feed lambs and goat kids. School visits by prior arrangement. Birthday parties on the farm. Farm Shop sells meat and poultry naturally produced from pure bred, traditional and rare breeds.

Butts Rare Breeds Farm - Cirencester, Gloucestershire

Cannop Ponds

Gloucestershire Places to Visit Outdoor - Cannop Ponds

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There is a large grassed area beside Cannop Ponds, ideal for family games and picnics. The popular fishing lake is an idyllic spot to view local birdlife, including Mandarin ducks. It also has good access to cycleways. Walks around the ponds and through the oak and pine woodland of the Cannop Valley; fallow deer may sometimes be seen.

Cannop Ponds - , Gloucestershire

Castle Quarry Activities

Gloucestershire Places to Visit Action & Adventure - Castle Quarry Activities


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Activities suitable for schools, clubs, youth groups, families, corporate teams. Outdoor activities include cliff top aerial runway, water sports lake, tunnelling, indoor activities include climbing and archery. Birthday parties, hen and stag events can be hosted. Picnic area for spectators and parties.

Castle Quarry Activities - Wotton-Under-Edge, Gloucestershire

Cattle Country Adventure Park

Gloucestershire Places to Visit Family Attractions - Cattle Country Adventure Park


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Indoor playbarn with giant wavy slides, ball pits etc; boating lake; outdoor climbing net 40ft high; animal encounters; mini train, splash pool and more! Slide barn (for up to 40 people) and ice skating (winter) available for birthday parties.

Cattle Country Adventure Park - Berkeley, Gloucestershire

Cerney House Gardens

Gloucestershire Places to Visit Gardens & Aboretums - Cerney House Gardens


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A secret, romantic Cotswold garden where time seems to stand still. The walled garden changes with the seasons: from the tulips and blossom in the spring, peonies, foxgloves and roses in the summer to autumn delights. Full of scents, bee friendly plants and birdsong. Home to Roman snails - the largest snails in England! Delightful woodland walk and lake. Set in 40 acres of Cotswold parkland. Picnic tables. Refreshments available. Plant sales. No dogs allowed.

Cerney House Gardens - Cirencester, Gloucestershire

Chastleton House

Gloucestershire Places to Visit Historic - Chastleton House

Moreton Marsh

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A rare gem of a Jacobean country house, Chastleton House was built between 1607 and 1612 by a prosperous wool merchant as an impressive statement of wealth and power. Robert Catesby, one of the leading figures in the Gunpowder Plot, once owned the Chastleton estate and had to sell the estate shortly before the plot in order to pay a huge fine for his part in the Essex Rebellion. Step back in time with a house that has barely changed. There is no shop or tearoom. A National Trust property.

Chastleton House - Moreton Marsh, Gloucestershire

Chavenage House

Gloucestershire Places to Visit Historic - Chavenage House


A Cotswold Elizabethan manor house, virtually unchanged for 400 years. Seasonal opening times. Choice of 5 rooms for wedding receptions, including medieval hall.

Chavenage House - Tetbury, Gloucestershire

Chedworth Roman Villa

Gloucestershire Places to Visit Museums & Heritage Centres - Chedworth Roman Villa


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Remains of one of Britain's largest Romano-British villas and home to some of the richest people in the country during the 4th century. Discover surviving mosaics, hypocausts, bath-houses, latrines. Museum of site finds. Stunning scenery. Living History events during the year. Children's activities during the school holidays. Cafe. School visits welcomed. Managed by the National Trust.

Chedworth Roman Villa - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

Cheltenham Racecourse

Gloucestershire Places to Visit Sporting Venues - Cheltenham Racecourse


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As well as being the home of Jump Racing, we host events, conferences and wedding receptions.

Cheltenham Racecourse - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

Cheltenham Town FC

Gloucestershire Places to Visit Sporting Venues - Cheltenham Town FC


Latest news from the club, fixtures and results. Online ticket purchase. Youth academy.

Cheltenham Town FC - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

Cirencester Amphitheatre

Gloucestershire Places to Visit Historic - Cirencester Amphitheatre


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The earthwork remains of one of the largest Roman amphitheatres in Britain, built in the early 2nd century. It served the Roman city of Corinium (now Cirencester), then second only in size and importance to London, and had a capacity of around 8,000 spectators. Later fortified against Saxon invaders. An English Heritage property. Free admission.

Cirencester Amphitheatre - Cirencester, Gloucestershire

Cirencester Park

Gloucestershire Places to Visit Outdoor - Cirencester Park


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Cirencester Park belongs to The Bathurst Estate and is open for visitors to enjoy both on foot and on horseback. Planted in the English Forest Style, the park is 8km long and nearly 5km wide with a large lake. Dogs welcome within the dog walking areas. Open all year round from dawn to dusk.

Cirencester Park - Cirencester, Gloucestershire


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