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Above are the weather conditions for Tewkesbury. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 4°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Experience the Cotswolds from a Tewkesbury holiday cottage
Your Tewkesbury accommodation lands you in the heart of a medieval market town in the sublime Cotswolds. Tewkesbury's wealth of family attractions and history glitter invitingly.
Models and medievalism
Look out on scenes of animation at Tewkesbury Museum, where 2,000 figures are locked in mortal combat. A scale model of the famous Battle of Tewkesbury is just one of the gems of this collection. Learn about the arctic explorer who hailed from these parts, and life during the war at this enthralling exhibition.
Tewkesbury Abbey is one of the treasures of the town. Built nearly a thousand years ago, the abbey survived the Dissolution of the Monasteries, and continues to be the most notable building on Tewkesbury's skyline. It also boasts what may be the most impressive Romanesque tower in England. Don't miss the nearby Abbot's gatehouse and Tudor residences on Church Street.
Horses and bouldering
Hack through the spectacular Cotswolds with the Playmate Children's Riding School. Expert coaches build children's confidence and experience with tacking up and caring for the horses. All ability levels are welcome at this superb equestrian centre, which has been successfully teaching riding since the seventies.
You could also check out Funky Warehouse's indoor play centre, a heaven for children. Besides a three-storey soft playground, there's a bouldering wall, parkour course, and trampolines to play on.
Local history and heritage
Sudeley Castle is worth the short commute to Winchcombe. Besides learning about the dalliances of Anne Boleyn and Elizabeth I while wandering the structure, you can explore the willow maze and fly down the zip wires at the adventure play park.
Alternatively, see a hidden military base at Croome Court. Formerly the RAF Defford headquarters, Croome was a significant wartime centre. Learn about the secret lives of its inhabitants in the 1940s through enthralling exhibitions of artefacts and documentary material.
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