Houses and buildings to visit in Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds
Explore houses and buildings in Gloucestershire & the Cotswolds from a house crammed with collections right up to the attics and a Victorian lodge on the site of a Roman villa. Step inside to find discoveries that will amaze the whole family.
Explore a house filled with collections and a Victorian lodge on the site of a Roman villa. Variety is guaranteed for your visit to Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds.
Discover the remains of one of the grandest Roman villas in Britain. See the spectacular Roman mosaics, hypocausts and bath houses and find out what treasures have been found here.
With a sense of fun and theatre, Charles Wade took great pleasure in turning his home into a stage for his collection of varied and sometimes unusual finds.
The main phases of conservation and decorative work in the house at Dyrham Park are now complete and you can explore beautifully presented rooms, delve into the house's history and discover what it was like to live in the 17th century.
Discover a Tudor hunting lodge rescued by a Texan, with far-reaching views from the edge of the Cotswolds across Gloucestershire
Explore 15th-century Ashleworth Tithe Barn with stone-tiled roof, situated close to the banks of the River Severn.
Step inside this large, 14th-century threshing barn made from local Cotswold stone. Discover a dramatic aisled interior with an unusual stone chimney cowling.
Visit Hailes Abbey in Gloucestershire, a ruined 13th-century Cistercian abbey set amid peaceful Cotswold countryside. Site managed by English Heritage.
Discover the myths and memories of an ancient country house, a compelling time capsule of 400 years of family life