Berkeley Castle is perfect for a family day out. The Castle and Gardens are open from Easter to October, and you can visit the Butterfly House from May to September.
In addition the Castle promotes a programme of special events throughout the year and is a unique and distinguished venue to hire for special occasions.
Check our website for opening times, prices and events.
Berkeley Castle, Berkeley GL13 9BQ
Tel: 01453 810303
Step behind the heavy oak doors and you'll find a magnificent hotel offering delicious modern cuisine, created using fine ingredients from the castle’s gardens, local markets and nearby suppliers. Click here to view our menus.
Thornbury Castle is an enchanting wedding venue, and an inspiring setting for business meetings. Come and enjoy our regular events - click below for details.
Castle Street, Thornbury BS35 1HH
Tel: 01454 281182
A Tudor House built for the pleasure of Henry VIII
Latteridge Road, Iron Acton BS37 9TL
Tel: 01454 228224
Berkeley Heath Farm, Berkeley GL13 9EW
Tel: 01453 810510
The Birthplace of Vaccination
The Chantry, Church Lane, Berkeley GL13 9BN
Tel: 01453 810631
The Windmill Fisheries Showground, Westerleigh Road BS37 8QZ
Tel: 01454 222 959
The museum was started in 1986 to house a collection of artefacts bequeathed to The Thornbury Society, and rapidly expanded. It is managed by the Thornbury & District Heritage Trust, a registered charity as well as a Trust company, and is supported by South Gloucestershire Council and Thornbury Town Council. It is an independent museum and financed by grants and donations. Come to visit our exhibition rooms, chat to our volunteers, visit our shop, enjoy your local museum.
The museum is next to the Armstrong Hall, and opening times are Tuesday to Friday 1-4pm, and Saturday 10-4pm. We have a small shop with books, leaflets, pamphlets, postcards, all of local interest.
Postal address: Thornbury & District Museum, c/o The Town Hall, 35 High Street, Thornbury, BS35 2AR
Chapel Street, Thornbury
Tel: 01454 857774
Woodchester Mansion is a 19th Century Victorian Gothic Masterpiece mysteriously abandoned mid-construction in 1873. Hidden in a secluded Cotswold valley, it is untouched by time and the modern world.