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Local Attractions

Dursley is conveniently situated in the heart of the South Cotswolds with easy access to a wide range of tourist attractions.

Attractions located within and close to the Vale Business Forum area.


St Augustines Farm  - Arlingham.  Visit the friendly family farm.

Newark Park National Trust Property - Ozleworth.  House and Garden with fine views over  the countryside.

Hetty Peglars Tump -  Uley.  Neolithic Long Barrow

Uley Bury - Uley.  Iron Age Hill fort with views over Uley and towards Dursley

Berkeley Castle - Berkeley.  A Norman Castle now a family home

Cattle Country - Berkeley.  A great day out for both children and adults with lots of animals to see
Edward Jenner Museum - Berkeley.  The house where Edward Jenner pioneered a vaccination against small pox
Dursley Swimming Pool - Dursley.  Open 7 days a week
Stinchcombe Hill Golf Course - Stinchcombe.  A challenging course set on the edge of the Cotswold Escarpment.
Dursley Sculpture and Play Trail - Dursley.  Launched in 2008 to help local residents and visitors appreciate the woodland.
Breakheart Quarry Nature Trail - Dursley.  Wildlife and recreational area

Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust, Slimbridge - Slimbridge.  View the collection of wildfowl from around the world and use the many hides to view wild birds.

Woodchester Mansion - Nympsfield.  An uncompleted Mansion hidden in a wooded valley - Woodchester Park (National Trust).

Westonbirt Arbotetum - Tetbury.  National collection of Trees, a fine sight in any season

Owlpen Manor - Uley.  Tudor Manor House & Gardens.

Museum in the Park Stroud - Stroud.  Admission is free and colourful displays celebrate the rich history and heritage of the Stroud District.


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