Cheltenham, United Kingdom

Cheltenham - Pittville - Parks, Pumps and Planets

Cheltenham - Pittville - Parks, Pumps and Planets

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10 tour stops


A Brief History of Pittville

Pittville is one of England’s best examples of Regency estate building.

4 min

Royal Crescent, Ladies’ College, & St. Mary’s

This area near the bus station offers views of several important sites.

3 min

Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum

This gallery contains a variety of exhibits, including an Arts and Crafts collection.

2 min

St. Mary’s Church

This 12th-century church features a noteworthy rose window.

2 min

Everyman Theatre

This theatre, opened in 1891, is the oldest surviving work designed by Frank Matcham.

2 min

Pittville Street to Portland Street

The commercial heart of Cheltenham, this area features several historic buildings.

2 min

Gustav Holst Birthplace & Museum

This typical terraced house offers insights into the life of an iconic composer.

1 min

Pittville Lawn

The 1830s iron gates into Pittville are a testament to Joseph Pitt’s achievements.

2 min

Pittville Pump Room

The centerpiece of Pittville, the Pump Room features Ionic pillars and a huge dome.

3 min

Wellington Square & Clarence Square

The buildings along Wellington Square are some of Pittville’s earliest.

2 min


A 60-minute stroll out to the Pittville Estate, featuring: Royal Crescent; John Dower House; the Art Gallery and Museum; St Mary’s Church; the Everyman Theatre; the Holst Museum; Pitville Park; the Pittville Pump Room; Wellington Square; and Clarence Square.

Itinerary 3.5 km / 1:00

Offline map included

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