Welcome to Tewkesbury a Medieval Town famous for it's Living Heritage and remarkable blend of old and new, voted the best place to live in 2011.
Lovingly maintained 11th to 15th Century buildings are still in use today as Hotels, Pubs, Shops, Offices and Homes, the 11th century Abbey is the jewel in the crown.
The Town is proud of it's many Independent Retailers, Coffee Shops, Food Outlets and Award Winning Restaurants, providing a range of quality and choice not found anywhere else.
Tewkesbury and it's waterside is located in outstanding countryside, is free of congestion and pefectly located for the Cotswolds, Malverns, Cheltenham, Worcester and Forest of Dean. Easy access to a wide range of things to do all year round.
Please use the buttons on the left to discover a wealth of information about Tewkesbury's places to stay and things to do including, Heritage events, Festivals, Fetes, Music, Theatre, Tours, Walks and outstanding places to visit.
We are currently undergoing a major update with a vast range of additions, some features may not be available during the update.
Contrary to impressions created by the media Tewkesbury Town is flood safe, the High Street and Town Centre car parks have never flooded in recorded history. For Real Time live information about flooding click the Tewkesbury Flooding button on the left.
Tewkesbury Farmers' and Craft Markets are held on the 2nd Saturday of every month February to December, next to the Abbey.
There's a wide range of local produce from Farmers, Growers and Food makers, plus local Arts and Crafts, see example photos further down
Produce often includes:
Car Parking is provided a short walk away, please look for car park signs near the Market or click the button above to view the Location Map.
Here's a selection of photos from recent Tewkesbury Farmers' and Craft Markets.