Heritage Britain

Swindon, Wiltshire, England


A Historic Tour of Swindon
Lydiard park

A Historic Tour of Swindon
Swindon and Cricklade Railway

Swindon

Take time to discover Swindon – where the West Country meets the Cotswolds. This vibrant, growing town has a reputation of having a warm welcome for visitors from all over the world.

Once you get here you will find something for everyone – history & heritage, fabulous shopping, theatre & arts, and absolutely stunning countryside.

Swindon’s heritage collection will leave you hooked. Home to English Heritage and the National Monuments Record Office, which houses the archive of England’s heritage. Swindon also has a very special gem, Lydiard House, an elegant Georgian historic house set in rolling parkland. The town is famous as the home of the Great Western Railway Works, which has today been brought alive at the award winning STEAM – Museum of the Great Western Railway.

When it comes to entertainment Swindon’s got the lot – theatre, fabulous restaurants, fashionable bars, and premier nightclubs. But not only is Swindon a thriving town, visit some of our delightful villages, Victorian parks, historic market towns, and beautiful countryside

Take time to discover Swindon – where the West Country meets the Cotswolds. This vibrant, growing town has a reputation of having a warm welcome for visitors from all over the world.

Once you get here you will find something for everyone – history & heritage, fabulous shopping, theatre & arts, and absolutely stunning countryside.

Swindon’s heritage collection will leave you hooked. Home to English Heritage and the National Monuments Record Office, which houses the archive of England’s heritage. Swindon also has a very special gem, Lydiard House, an elegant Georgian historic house set in rolling parkland. The town is famous as the home of the Great Western Railway Works, which has today been brought alive at the award winning STEAM – Museum of the Great Western Railway.

When it comes to entertainment Swindon’s got the lot – theatre, fabulous restaurants, fashionable bars, and premier nightclubs. But not only is Swindon a thriving town, visit some of our delightful villages, Victorian parks, historic market towns, and beautiful countryside

HISTORY AND HERITAGE OF SWINDON

And travel just a short distance from Swindon and discover some of the most breathtaking scenery to be found in England – prehistoric sites and areas of outstanding natural beauty.

Swindon – the prefect base to discover and explore!

Call or email the Swindon Information Centre for a copy of the Swindon Visitor Guide.And travel just a short distance from Swindon and discover some of the most breathtaking scenery to be found in England – prehistoric sites and areas of outstanding natural beauty.

Swindon – the prefect base to discover and explore!

Call or email the Swindon Information Centre for a copy of the Swindon Visitor Guide.Take time to discover Swindon – where the West Country meets the Cotswolds. This vibrant, growing town has a reputation of having a warm welcome for visitors from all over the world.

Once you get here you will find something for everyone – history & heritage, fabulous shopping, theatre & arts, and absolutely stunning countryside.

Swindon’s heritage collection will leave you hooked. Home to English Heritage and the National Monuments Record Office, which houses the archive of England’s heritage. Swindon also has a very special gem, Lydiard House, an elegant Georgian historic house set in rolling parkland. The town is famous as the home of the Great Western Railway Works, which has today been brought alive at the award winning STEAM – Museum of the Great Western Railway.

When it comes to entertainment Swindon’s got the lot – theatre, fabulous restaurants, fashionable bars, and premier nightclubs. But not only is Swindon a thriving town, visit some of our delightful villages, Victorian parks, historic market towns, and beautiful countryside

And travel just a short distance from Swindon and discover some of the most breathtaking scenery to be found in England – prehistoric sites and areas of outstanding natural beauty.

Swindon – the perfect base to discover and explore!

Call or email the Swindon Information Centre for a copy of the Swindon Visitor Guide.

For more Information please contact:
Swindon Information Centre
37 Regent Street
Swindon SN1 1LJ
Web:  www.visitswindon.co.uk
Email:  infocentre@swindon.gov.uk
Tel: +44 (0)1793 530328/ 466454
Fax: +44 (0)1793 434031

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