Jurys Inn Swindon
Jurys Inn Swindon Hotel,
Swindon, SN1 2NG
Tel:+44 1793 445 600
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Best Bar: The Glue Pot (5 Emlyn Square, Swindon) is full of real ale and quirky characters! Get a true taste of Swindon in here.
Best Restaurant: Authentic Italian in an intimate setting at family-owned Fratello's (12 Victoria Road).
Best Shopping: House of Fraser (44-54 Canal Walk) has a wide range of designer brands.
Best Kept Secret: Swindon’s Old Town boasts many small shops selling antiques and furnishings and is home to many cafés, bars and restaurants.
Steam - Museum of the Great Western Railway
This award winning museum is located in the old railway works buildings in Swindon. Here you can learn why Swindon is famous for building the world's greatest steam locomotives and with interactive displays such as the child friendly simulated footplate ride this truly is an attraction to suit all ages. Steam Museum.
The lovingly restored house lies in 260 acres of 18th Century parkland and was the ancestral home of the Viscounts Bolingbroke. The park welcomes visitors throughout the year where they can wander through the elegant ground floor apartments and view the fascinating 17th century painted window, which contains over a hundred pieces of glass exquisitely painted with flowers, figures and mythical creatures. This lavish country estate is a sight not to be missed when visiting Swindon. Lydiard Park Events.
National Monuments Record Centre
This magnificent building houses the archive of England's heritages. This includes over 10 million photographs, drawings and other documents recording the archaeology and architecture of England.
Swindon Art Gallery
The Swindon Collection houses one of the most significant compilations, outside the Tate Gallery, of 20th Century British Art. Works by Nicholson, Moore, Lowry, Sunderland and Hodgkin can all be viewed.
Swindon Designer Outlet
At Swindon Designer Outlet you will find the labels you love, at discounted prices and is located in the splendidly restored Victorian buildings of the Great Western Railway works.