Sudeley Castle embraces the summer 2021 season with the opening of the historic Castle Rooms 7th June – 31st October 2021 Historic Cotswold attraction, Sudeley Castle & Gardens, is now fully open for the summer season and ready to welcome visitors by throwing open the doors to its treasured castle rooms and Royal Sudeley exhibition for the first time this year!Read more
The GWSR is a volunteer run steam and diesel heritage railway in the English Cotswolds. Since 1981, the volunteers have restored over 15 miles of line, together with platforms, buildings, steam and diesel locomotives and rolling stock. In addition to a scheduled service, the GWSR hosts a number of galas, enthusiasts’ events and events for all the family throughout the year, including our popular Santa Specials and Fish and Chips specials.
We operate between Cheltenham Racecourse and Broadway (stations at Cheltenham Racecourse, Gotherington, Winchcombe, Hayles Abbey Halt and Toddington), with steam hauled trains on most operating days. Open on selected midweek days during April to October, details on the website or from any of the stations.
Free car parks at Toddington, Winchcombe and Cheltenham Racecourse. Winchcombe has a 1950s themed cafe, Discovery Coach and Model Railway Coach. At Toddington a children's play area, small signal box, museums and cafe. Rover tickets give you unlimited travel all day.
Covid-19 update: The railway is now open again. At Broadway, Winchcombe and Cheltenham Racecourse stations the Public will not have access to the platforms. This will help maintain social distancing. All journeys will start and and finish at Toddington and only passengers with tickets for the train will be allowed on to the platform. Advance bookings essential as most trains are already fully booked.
In 2021 tewkesbury celebrated two big anniversaries; 900 years since the consecration of the Abbey and 550 years since the Battle of Tewkesbury. The town will have plenty to celebrate
The number of Tewkesbury's buildings listed as being of special architectural or historical interest totals more than
Tewkesbury Abbey was bought from Henry VIII by the townsfolk for