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Read on to discover information about the great city of Cheltenham

Nestled in the luscious Cotswolds hills, Cheltenham is one of England’s most elegant and renowned spa towns. With its Regency architecture, leafy parks and colourful gardens, Cheltenham provides a delightful base to explore the surrounding Cotswolds countryside and villages. But there’s much more to enjoy in this sophisticated city beyond its beautiful buildings and greenery.

Wander Along the Promenade

Cheltenham’s tree-lined Promenade is the city's crowning glory, a stunning display of some of the finest Regency architecture in Britain. Flanked by gorgeous honey-coloured buildings, the Promenade and adjoining Imperial Gardens hark back to the city’s origins as a popular spa retreat frequented by the wealthy and aristocratic in the 18th century. Today visitors can wander along the magnificent Promenade admiring the fine buildings or take respite on one of the many green benches and gaze at the splendour of Cheltenham’s historic buildings.

Discover Culture at The Wilson

Home to Cheltenham’s main museum and art gallery, The Wilson also encompasses the town’s library making it a cultural hub for arts and heritage. The state-of-the-art gallery hosts exhibitions showcasing work by British artists like David Hockney alongside modern international artists. Meanwhile, the museum explores local history from Roman artefacts discovered locally to the Arts and Crafts furniture synonymous with the Cotswolds. Make sure to venture behind the grand Portland stone facade to see the beautifully renovated modern interior with a light-bathed atrium at its heart.

Punt Along the River Chelt

While the charm of the Promenade may be the allure for many, Cheltenham also boasts idyllic green landscapes like the River Chelt which wends its way through Sandford Park. Hire a punt to gently float along the river taking in the gorgeous gardens and weeping willows that frame the riverbanks. Look out for local wildlife like swans, moorhens, coots and even the occasional kingfisher among the reeds. It may feel worlds away but this tranquil scene is incredibly just minutes from the Regency splendour of the town centre.

Admire Stained Glass at Cheltenham Minster

Consecrated in 1903, Cheltenham Minster with its tall spire presides over the town centre. Step inside to admire soaring arches and beautifully intricate stained glass designed by renowned Arts & Crafts artist Charles Eamer Kempe whose coloured glass windows were commissioned for the likes of Westminster Abbey. The East window depicts the Crucifixion while the towering West window portrays Biblical prophets and saints connected to the history of Cheltenham. Take a moment on one of the pews to simply sit in quiet awe surrounded by such dazzling displays of religious artistry.

Go Racing at Cheltenham Racecourse

Cheltenham and horse racing go hand in hand. Home to the annual Cheltenham Festival, one of the most prestigious events in the racing calendar, Cheltenham Racecourse is an iconic venue with a capacity for 67,500 racing enthusiasts. Watch the finest jump horses and jockeys compete or simply enjoy an afternoon of thoroughbred racing set against the backdrop of the Cotswold Hills. With both National Hunt and Flat racing hosted between October and December, it’s an exhilarating Cheltenham highlight.

Shop Local at the Farmers’ Market

For an enticing selection of local artisan produce from tangy cheeses to farm-fresh vegetables, don’t miss Cheltenham’s seasonal Farmers’ Market. With over 40 stallholders, it's a smorgasbord of organic goodies grown, bred or baked within a 50 mile radius as well as unique arts and crafts stalls. Meet the talented producers and creators first-hand and tuck into artisan street food as you browse. The Farmers' Market takes places monthly from March to December in The Promenade, bringing a delicious slice of Cotswold life to the city centre.

Stroll Around Pittville Park and Pump Room

Surrounding the elegant Pittville Pump Room, this ornamental park dotted with sculptures and ponds offers 33 acres of landscaped grounds to explore. Opened in 1830 originally as an area for wealthy visitors to “take the waters”, Pittville Pump Room remains an iconic emblem of Cheltenham’s regency spa heritage. English Heritage now manages the grand Pump Room which can be visited or hosts everything from afternoon tea to craft fairs and antiques markets. Afterwards meander through the grassy park and woodland walks admiring the ducks around the lake.

Sample Local Ales on a Brewery Tour

The Cheltenham area has a fast growing reputation as a hub for microbreweries and craft beer connoisseurs. Take a tour of breweries like The Lucky Onion Group or Gloucester Brewery and discover first-hand how specialty ales are produced. Many also offer taprooms or bars where visitors can sample award-winning bitters, IPAs and pale ales or chat with passionate brewers about the intricate brewing process. It’s a tantalising taste of Cheltenham’s burgeoning craft beer scene using natural Cotswold spring water said to be perfect for the brewing process.

Relax at Sandford Parks Lido

On balmy sunny days, this art deco lido offers the ideal spot to while away lazy summer days. Tucked away in Sandford Park, the outdoor 50 metre pool has three heated pools plus children’s pools and splash pads making it excellent for families. Relax poolside on the grassy banks with a book, indulge in a spot of casual swimming with views of Cheltenham’s parkland, or enjoy a coffee on the sun terrace. An idyllic place to escape the hustle and bustle of the town centre.

Stroll Down Montpellier

Cheltenham’s grandest street, Montpellier, lies just south of the Imperial Gardens and Promenade. An eclectic mix of high-end boutiques, delis, galleries and cafes line this historic avenue overlooked by the grand Montpellier Gardens private park. Wander past chic fashion stores, duck into the independent Cheltenham Cheese Company for artisan treats or indulge in cocktails and global small plates at restaurant and bar No.131. And on sunny days the terrace cafes overflow with an indulgent slice of cosmopolitan café culture against the street’s white stuccoed facade.

Listen to Live Music on Sherry’s Rooftop

For stunning skyline views paired with jazz, blues or acoustic sets, Sherry’s Rooftop Bar is a sophisticated spot for evening entertainment. Sip expertly mixed cocktails as live bands and singers entertain the crowds from the bar’s open rooftop terrace which is sheathed in greenery and twinkling lights. On balmier evenings, the retractable roof opens for stunning views over the spire of Cheltenham Minster. Combining premium drinks with unforgettable live music, it's one of Cheltenham's top nightlife attractions.

Appreciate Churches and Abbeys

Beyond its elegant Regency buildings and leafy parks, Cheltenham is dotted with beautiful churches, abbeys and chapels exhibiting sublime architectural styles. Seek out All Saints’ Church whose interior is decorated with fragments from some of England’s medieval abbeys destroyed during the dissolution. Or visit Tewkesbury Abbey, one of Britain’s largest Norman abbeys, just a short drive from Cheltenham which soars impressively alongside the River Avon. For a more modern religious landmark, visit Sir Walter Scott’s iconic red brick St Michaels on Clarence Street noted for its ornate interior and 190 foot tall spire.

With its refinement and grace, Cheltenham charms visitors with its quaint cafes, independent boutiques and cultural attractions. Yet beyond the polish lies local breweries, tempting food markets and countryside pursuits from river punting to exploring magnificent religious architecture. Boasting outstanding cultural offerings set against a backdrop of outstanding natural beauty, there’s something for every taste and interest. Whether enjoying a flutter at the races or meandering along tree-lined boulevards past exquisite buildings, Cheltenham tempts with quintessential English charm.

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