things to do in bibury

Things to do in Bibury

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Discover the best attractions and activities that Bibury has to offer

Bibury, a picturesque Cotswolds village, is a fantastic tourist destination with an array of attractions to visit and things to do throughout the year

Be sure to take a look at some of the things to do in Bibury, a delightful civil parish in Gloucestershire, while you’re in the Cotswolds.

The River Coln flows through Bibury village, making for a peaceful and picturesque destination for walkers. Bibury walks include The Coln St Aldwyn and Bibury Circular is a popular route, running past the renowned Arlington Row.

Bibury Trout Farm is one of the top things to do in Bibury, a place with amusements for all the family. Also discover the Chedworth Roman Villa nestled in a nearby valley, one of the largest in Britain.

Be sure to visit the Catherine Wheel pub in Bibury, the only pub in the village. Despite there only being two Bibury restaurants, rest assured that the quality is of the highest level.

And of course, you have the stunning rural landscape of the Cotswolds AONB at your disposal, perfect for long afternoon strolls. You’ll never be short of things to do in Bibury with our useful travel guide.

  • Arlington Row, Bibury

    Arlington Row

    GL7 5NG

    One of the most recognised groups of houses in Britain, Arlington Row is a culmination of weavers’ cottages built in the 14th century and used as a monastic wool store. They were later converted into weavers’ cottages, and sit adjacent to the Rack Isle water meadow.

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  • Bibury Trout Farm

    Bibury Trout Farm

    GL7 5NL

    01285 740215

    Founded over 100 years ago, Bibury Trout Farm is a popular attraction that offers visitors the chance to learn all about the Rainbow and Brown Trout as they explore the stunning Cotswolds setting.

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  • Chedworth Roman Villa

    GL54 3LJ

    01242 890256

    The beautiful Chedworth Roman Villa is located in a tranquil Cotswolds valley, now maintained by the National Trust, and is one of Britain’s largest and fascinating Roman villas.

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  • River Coln, Cotswolds

    River Coln

    The River Coln flows through the ‘picture-postcard’ English countryside and Cotswolds villages. It joins the River Thames close to Lechlade. Considered the best trout river in the Cotswolds, there is a great variety of fishing amongst the tranquil setting.

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  • St Mary’s Church

    Church Green
    OX28 4AW

    01993 779492

    Located in one of the most popular villages, this 12th-century church boasts an old heritage. Along with wonderful carved doorways, there is plenty to admire from the Norman carvings, to medieval windows.

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