Welcome to Cirencester

Cirencester, the capital of the Cotswolds, considered by many to be one of the most beautiful areas in England, with its unique stone-built heritage, gently rolling hills and broad valleys, is an ideal destination.

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There are many places to visit and sites to enjoy, including the Abbey Grounds, St. Michael's Park, Cirencester Park, Roman Amphitheatre, New Brewery Arts and the Corinium Museum (home to the Visitor Information Centre).

Click here to watch a film showing the Abbey Grounds and views over the Parish Church and Cirencester. Video credit: www.Skycoimaging.com 

Guide to Places to Visit in Cirencester

Download a map of Cirencester


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Cirencester Local Information Centre

Come and meet our friendly and knowledgeable team who will help you find everything you need to know about Cirencester.

We have a wide range of information on places to visit, events, Town Council projects and services, community groups and volunteering.

The Cirencester Local Information Centre is located at  Bingham House, 1 Dyer Street, Cirencester, GL7 2PP.

Open from 9.00 a.m.– 4.30 p.m. Mondays to Fridays.

Tel: 01285 655646  
Email: info@cirencester.gov.uk

Click here for further information and frequently asked questions 



Cirencester Visitor Information Centre

The Visitor Information Centre located at the Corinium Museum in Park Street, Cirencester provides the following services:




• Accommodation booking, in advance of your visit or when you arrive
• Local attraction information – including some discount tickets
• Activities information
• Ticket sales – for local theatre and events
• Bus tickets and coach tickets
• Maps and guide books
• Walking and cycling information
• Local transport information
• Souvenirs and gifts

Tel: 01285 654180


Global Greeters Network

Cirencester is part of the Global Greeters network.  Cirencester Greeters will provide a friendly, knowledgeable and FREE walks around the town to groups of up to 6 for up to 2 hours.  They will tailor the walk to that requested - shops and geography, history and archaeology, and other visitor attractions. The request needs to be made via the website - globalgreeternetwork.info - follow the links to the Cirencester site.