Beautiful setting, picture perfect and time capsule with walkways around and water streams to add to the effect.
Getting there is easy enough, there is parking and a tea place near by. Definitely worth the time
This is an open air collection, although the exhibits themselves are under cover. You can go round at your own speed, once you have opened the heavy door from the café. There are hardly any interpretation boards, and the display is poorly presented. It is a nice open space, and it would be better with a little extra attention.
It really is lovely around the Cotswolds - we've stayed in Bourton-on-the-water and visited all the others locally including Stow-on-the-wold, Bibury, Cirencester, Lower and Upper Slaughter and Tewkesbury. And off to more tomorrow.
Absolutely amazing... Our visit was with Steve, our guide-cum-driver, who had a very good knowledge about the area. To make things even more beautiful, it was raining lightly.
We loved the villages, the serene environment, the green pastures, the beautiful houses, the thatched roofs. These tiny villages in Cotswolds are so green, neat, tidy and beautiful that if you don't...
The centre is inside the old prison and the court room and cells are open to explore. There are also lots of information boards covering the Cotswolds with ideas in activities. It's a great place to stop as there is wifi, toilets and a cafe.