See the beauty of Cheltenham from the skies and take a balloon ride across the Cotswolds. As well as this, if you're taking a loved one up in the air you'll receive a glass of champagne too!
Literature, science, jazz and music - the four festivals that grace Cheltenham every year. Thousands attend this huge event that celebrates the very best of cultural talent.
Spend your time exploring Cheltenham's award-winning museum, The Wilson. Art galleries and exhibitions change their features regularly, constantly showcasing innovative and intriguing pieces of work and history.
Pick your favourite horse, place your bets and make your way down to Cheltenham Racecourse. Some of the sport's biggest races take place here, including the Champion Hurdle and Cheltenham Gold Cup.
Surrounded by picture-perfect landscaped gardens, Sandford Parks Lido is one of the UK's largest outdoor swimming pools. On a hot day, this spot is ideal for sunbathing, picnicking and relaxing with friends or family.
A challenge for true adventurers, Cleve Hill is the highest point in the Cotswolds. It extends 330m above sea level but if you make it to the top the views are simply breathtaking.
With plenty of hands-on opportunities, children of all ages will love visiting Cotswold Farm Park. Meet sheep, cows and ponies and take the farm safari to catch a glimpse of how farm life works!
Enjoy a day in the sunshine and take the kids to Pittville Park. The Pump Room, an elegant grade I listed building lies in the middle and there are many places to while away a few hours, including lakes, a play area and tennis courts.
A wonderful experience for the entire family, make sure you pay a visit to Walks with Hawks. Here, you can meet and even handle owls, falcons and other birds of prey.
There's no better way to explore Cheltenham with young children than embarking on the treasure trail. It'll take you around all the main sights, with clues and interesting facts leading you to your next destination.
If your children love horses but you don't fancy the races, take them to The Playmate Children's Riding School instead. Here they can meet the horses and learn to ride by taking a popular day course.
Only a short distance from the city centre lies Montpellier Gardens. Spend a day relaxing here with your partner, and don't forget to look closely at the architecture nearby. The stunning buildings are all grade I listed.
Enjoy a luxurious facial, unwind in the sauna or book our double treatment room and experience treatments from our spa therapists at The Cheltenham Chase Hotel.
Guests at The Cheltenham Chase Hotel can enjoy a delicious, freshly prepared meal at Henry's, our exclusive hotel restaurant. Afterwards, guests can sit back with a glass of wine and enjoy the views of the famous Coopers Hill.
The perfect location for a date, book a ticket to see a show at the Everyman Theatre. From pantomimes to cutting-edge dramas, the venue makes for a wonderful start to a romantic evening.
Cheltenham is proud to be the home of Gustav Holst, the magnificent composer who crafted The Planets. Spend a few hours together with your partner learning about his past and works at the Holst Birthplace Museum.
Book a one-night break with QHotels from just £124 per room. Enjoy a sumptuous evening meal* during your stay as well as breakfast the following morning and a complimentary bottle of wine.
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