About Swindon

Swindon is located in South West England. It has a population which is estimated to be around 224,263, making it the largest town in Wiltshire and the third largest in the South-West. Swindon is part of the Thames Valley area and is a commuter town for Bristol and London.

Eating And Drinking In Swindon

Eating And Drinking In Swindon

The Royal Oak offers the finest fresh fish and locally sourced seafood. Located in the heart of Swindon, a stone’s throw from the town centre. You are in good hands when dining here, a business who pride themselves on knowledge, experience, and expertise within the industry.

Harper's Bistro is a steakhouse in the heart of Swindon, serving delicious craft ales. Located down Penzance Drive, Harper's offers an extensive wine list, top notch service and the finest ingredients of its kind.

Fratello's is a family-friendly Italian restaurant with a wood-burning pizza oven. They offer take-out, delivery, and catering services, so you can enjoy our delicious foods at home or on the go.

Shopping In Swindon

Shopping In Swindon

Designer Outlet Swindon is a shopping mall offering designer and premium brands at outlet prices. It's a one-stop shop for all your fashion, shoes and home accessories needs. There are over 90 stores inside the mall, plus restaurants, and cafes.

The Brunel Shopping Centre offers everything you need for a day of retail therapy. From fashion to food and beauty to games, browse our 2 floors of shops, restaurants, and cafes. The centre is also conveniently located a short distance away from the Brunel Museum, which is perfect when you need that extra bit of culture to round off your trip!

Old Town is one of the most popular places to visit in Swindon; it is near many shops, restaurants, and bars. Old Town is a great place to be with family, friends or your significant other on a weeknight or the weekend with music, food, and drinks.

Things To Do In Swindon

Things To Do In Swindon

Coate Water is a country park 5 miles to the southeast of central Swindon, England. It takes its name from its main feature, a reservoir originally built to provide water for the Wilts & Berks Canal. The reservoir has since been adapted as a nature reserve, with tours available on occasion. The woodland stretching around the reservoir is rich in birdlife and provides excellent opportunities for photography.

Experience the age of steam travel brought to life through locomotives, reconstructions, and films of the 1950s. Alongside the railway museum take the family to the Steam Festival with traditional games, displays and railway exhibits.

Lydiard Park is a beautiful historic estate, set in approximately 260 acres of parkland in the heart of Swindon. The Palladian House & Gardens, Church and Walled Garden are all open to the public. At Lydiard there is also a children's play area, Cafe & Tea Rooms, events, and education programmes making it an ideal day out for visitors of all ages.

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