Situated on the famous old Roman road, The Fosse Way, Cirencester was one of the most important places in Britain, second only to London. Now a busy market town with the market square dominated by fifteenth century St John the Baptist Church which is of cathedral proportions.

The Corinium Museum houses a fine collection of Roman and Anglo-Saxon artefacts. Like many Cotswolds towns, Cirencester also offers the visitor a wide variety of places to eat.

  • A Roman town
  • Cathedral/Museums
  • Chedworth Roman Villa
  • Keynes Country Park/Cotswold Water Park