The market town of Cirencester in Gloucestershire sits upon the River Churn and is among the largest towns in the Cotswolds, offering museums, leisure, history and nature. At the Corinium Museum, visitors will see thousands of exhibits and artefacts dating all the way back to ancient Rome, while at the Cirencester Amphitheatre, the ruins of an ancient Roman theatre are just waiting to be explored. The historic parish of St. John Baptist Cirencester offers the opportunity to see a large, Gothic church from the 12th century, while Abbey Grounds Park gives you the chance to just get away to serene green space for a time.

Family fun awaits at the Cirencester Open Air Swimming Pool or the Cotswold Water Park with its gigantic lake system. At the Cotswold County Park & Beach, you will enjoy water sports and extreme adventures at the onsite adventure playground. For the little ones, Rugrats and Halfpints Cirencester offers a giant indoor soft play centre for kids of every age.

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    Cirencester is a market town that offers history, culture, shopping, photo ops and outdoor recreation for your holiday travels. Situated along the River Churn, it's the largest town in the Cotswolds. Here, you can walk historic sites and visit museums that trace the history of this place back to its pre-Roman days or walk serene lakefront parks.You can lounge on...

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