Cirencester (often referred to as the Capital of the Cotswolds) was the second largest town in Britain during Roman times.
- Cirencester Park is probably the finest example of geometric landscaping in the country. See below
- .Corinium Museum of the Roman past
- .Community Arts Centre - centre for Cotswolds contemporary art.
Cirencester Park – Family seat of the Earls of BathurstSituated to the west of the town, this is a superb example of a forest style garden and is well worth a visit, it can be reached via Church Street and Cecily Hill. It is here where entrance to the park is gained .
- Barn theatre
- cirencester amphitheatre .The Cirencester amphitheatre is one of the largest known examples surviving from the Roman occupation of Britain.It was built just outside the walls of the town (then known as Corinium) early in the 2nd century AD.
Parish Of Cirencester. Set in the picturesque Cotswold town of Cirencester, our Parish consists of three Anglican churches – the Parish Church of St John Baptist, Holy Trinity Church, Watermoor and St Lawrence Church Centre, Chesterton.