England's oldest inhabited Castle is a home and not a museum 24 generations of Berkleys have since 1153 transformed a savage Norman Fortress into a stately home full of treasures. The splendidly preserved Castle is surrounded by sweeping lawns and Elizabethan terraced gardens and there is also a wonderful Butterfly farm.
Cotswold Farm Park
The home of rare breed conservation and home to Adam Henson, one of Countryfile's presenters, a splendid place to take the children so that they can actually handle and get up close to the animals.
Cotswold Wildlife Park
Animals from all over the world graze in the 180 acres of gardens and woodland. Visit the walled garden, Tropical house or even the adventure playground with narrow gauge railway.
Is a medieval castle developed from an original built by William the Conqueror in 1068.
Has been described as the 'Little Venice' of the Cotswolds and is one of the most popular tourist spots in the region being serviced by the many shops, café's and attractions.