Cirencester is a charming market town set in the beautiful Cotswolds.
It was once one of the most important places in Roman Britain, second only to London and known then as Corinium. Cirencester's market square is dominated by the cathedral-like Parish Church of St. John Baptist (one of the largest in England).
The town remains an important regional attraction and claims the title "The Capital of the Cotswolds". Cirencester’s location makes it an ideal base for visitors wishing to tour the Cotswolds. Its diverse range of shops and restaurants means that it is a popular shopping and leisure destination too.
The first Agricultural College in the English-speaking world was founded in Cirencester and it is now a universality and attracts students from all over Britain and the world to study. With its great links to London, Bristol, Cheltenham and Birmingham by road and rail, plus some excellent independent, grammar and state schools it is a fantastic place to live and work.
• Corinium Museum
• Cirencester Open Air Pool
• Cirencester Park
• Roman Amphitheatre
• St. John Baptist Church
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