Top things to do in Swindon

Wind surfers from the South Cerney Sailing Club

Located in Wiltshire, Swindon has become well known as a travel destination. Conveniently surrounded by major cities including London, Bristol and Cardiff, travellers find it easy to access. The city provides a number of activities which can be enjoyed when in town.

STEAM Museum of the Great Western Railway

The museum opened its doors in 2000 as an updated replacement to the previous Great Western Railway Museum. The exhibits housed here are of great interest to many as it chronicles the history of Swindon’s railway community and allows them to visualize how things were back then with the lifelike exhibits. Not only does the museum focus on the trains themselves but the mastermind behind it all, Isambard Kingdom Brunel.

Cotswold Water Park

The largest marl lake system found in the UK, the Cotswold Water Park is an important area for natural and wildlife conservation. The park itself is run by a trust which works to improve upon the 40 square mile park for the benefit of both humans and wildlife alike. Offering a number of recreational activities, such as sailing and fishing, the park is also well known as a bird watching sanctuary. In all the area is comprised of 147 numbered lakes.

Grosvenor Casino Reading South

For those who want a bit more action on their holiday, consider visiting one of the casinos in the surrounding area. Part of a modern casino chain, Grosvenor offers all the best in traditional table games and electronic slot machines similar to those that are mentioned in Gaming club review. There is also a restaurant here which makes it convenient to grab a meal while visiting. For those who are up late, consider capping off the evening with a cocktail in the casino’s bar.

The next time you plan a holiday in Swindon consider filling your travel itinerary with some of these suggested activities.