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Things to do in Cirencester
Whether you prefer gentle strolls, hilly hikes or winding footpaths, take in some of the country’s prettiest views.
Cirencester is home to the remains of a dramatic Roman amphitheatre and an ancient Roman mosaic – with the grand Chedworth Roman villa close by, too.
St. John the Baptist Church has much more to see than beautiful Gothic architecture – it holds the famous Boleyn Cup, given to Anne Boleyn before her execution in 1535.
Hidden down a tucked away side street, Black Jack Street is known for its independent boutiques, cafes and market stalls selling locally-sourced treats.