The Heritage & Visitor Centre is a great place to start your visit to Tewkesbury. Learn a little about the town's history and use the visitor centre to help plan your trip.Read more
Start at Tewkesbury Abbey or Tewkesbury Museum and take a stroll along Barton Street and Church Street. Along the way you'll find a charming mix of vintage stores, antique shops, boutiques, galleries and traditional tea shops.
Scattered amongst the medieval buildings you'll discover secret alleyways, museums and The Heritage Centre. Begin at either end of the trail then cross over the road and take a circular walk back to your start point.
Tewkesbury's Vintage & Antique Shops
Take time to explore Tewkesbury's vintage and antique shops with quirky finds, treasures and collectables.
Tewkesbury Tea Rooms & Eating Places
Be sure to leave time for a relaxing stop in one of the town's excellent tea rooms, coffee shops, pubs and restaurants.
Tewkesbury Abbey, The John Moore Museum, the Baptist Chapel, Tewkesbury Museum and The Heritage Centre are all en route.
Pick up a copy the Tewkesbury Vintage & Antiques Trail Map at the Tourist Information Centre.
Cotswolds Vintage & Modern Trail
Once you've explored Tewkesbury continue your vintage journey on The Cotswolds Vintage North Driving Trail. It starts in Tewkesbury before taking you on a scenic drive through picturesque Cotswold market towns and villages including Winchcombe, Stow-on-the-Wold and Bourton-on-the-Water.
For more details about the full Cotswolds trail and to download the route visit the Cotswolds Vintage Tours Website
Tewkesbury Abbey was bought from Henry VIII by the townsfolk for
The number of Tewkesbury's buildings listed as being of special architectural or historical interest totals more than
Tewkesbury has two big anniversaries in five years time; 900 years since the consecration of the Abbey and 550 years since the Battle of Tewkesbury. The town will have plenty to celebrate in