Light Up Cheltenham self-guided tour

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  1. Add The Promenade verandas to your Itinerary

    The Promenade verandas

    Cheltenham

    The buildings built as Promenade Terrace in 1834, they were probably a Henney/Harward development, with different builders for each house. They had gardens originally and they all retain their wrought iron verandas and railings. The roofed…

  2. Add Cheltenham Observation Wheel | Light Up Cheltenham to your Itinerary

    Cheltenham Observation Wheel | Light Up Cheltenham

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    Event

    CHELTENHAM

    Dates

    As part of the 2020 Light Up Cheltenham event where more than 30 of the town's buildings will be illuminated in colour, there will be a 35m observation wheel installed in Imperial Gardens. The wheel will be surrounded by floodlit buildings including…

  3. Add Queens Hotel - MGallery to your Itinerary

    Queens Hotel - MGallery

    Cheltenham

    Built in 1837 as a tribute to Queen Victoria’s ascension to the throne, this building dominates the southern end of the Promenade. An increase in the number of wealthy visitors to Cheltenham’s famous spas meant that the old inns and small hotels of…

  4. Add Kuoni to your Itinerary

    Kuoni

    Cheltenham

    Kuoni, the experts in luxury tailor made holidays, are located on a prime spot on Cheltenham's famous Promenade. This tree-lined avenue dates back to 1818 at the height of the Regency period when the elms and horse chestnut trees were first planted…

  5. Add HSBC to your Itinerary

    HSBC

    Cheltenham

    Built in 1880 as the Worcester City and County Bank, then became the London City and Midland Bank at the end of the 1800's and then the Midland Bank around 1925. So, it's always been a bank. You’ll see the Latin Mottos ‘Cum Prudentia Sedulus’…

  6. Add 95 The Promenade to your Itinerary

    95 The Promenade

    CHELTENHAM

    95 The Promenade is now a prestigious office building that was refurbished throughout in 2013. The Promenade is Cheltenham's best known and most impressive avenue. The property is located close to the junction of Imperial Square and Royal Well Road…

  7. Add The House at No. 131 to your Itinerary

    The House at No. 131

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    Boutique Hotel

    Cheltenham

    A place to stay, relax, and celebrate. The House is a new addition to No.131. Home to eight individually designed bedrooms, a sun terrace complete with Victorian-style glass house bar, and a number of unique event spaces, this newly redeveloped…

  8. Add White Stuff to your Itinerary

    White Stuff

    Cheltenham

    White Stuff (and Gap) were originally three houses built in 1820-40 with 1930s-50s shop fronts. They have Ionic and Doric columns of classic architecture. They have Ionic and Doric columns of classic architecture. The building also fronts what was…

  9. Add Kings House at No.131 to your Itinerary

    Kings House at No.131

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    Boutique Hotel

    Cheltenham

    The House is the latest addition to No.131. Home to eight individually designed bedrooms, a sun terrace complete with Victorian-style glass house bar, and a number of unique event spaces, this newly redeveloped Georgian townhouse is Cheltenham's…

  10. Add LK Bennett to your Itinerary

    LK Bennett

    Cheltenham

    The Black & White Motorways booking office was housed in this corner of the Promenade. The Black and White Coach Station and its famous buses were well known in the town.

  11. Add Superdry Cheltenham to your Itinerary

    Superdry Cheltenham

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    Speciality Shop

    Cheltenham

    Dates

    From:
    1 Jan 2020to31 Dec 2020Various Opening Times

    We are proud that the world-reknowned clothing brand, Superdry, was established in Cheltenham as a creative collaboration between entrepreneurs Julian Dunkerton and James Holder in 2003. Julian started his career in fashion with a clothing stall at…

  12. Add Boots to your Itinerary

    Boots

    Cheltenham

    Boots is located on the corner of the High Street and North Street, the busiest spot for shoppers in Cheltenham. 

    The High Street, or the lower High Street to be exact, is Cheltenham’s oldest district and home to some of the oldest buildings in…

  13. Add United Services Club to your Itinerary

    United Services Club

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    Live Music

    Cheltenham

    This became a ‘services’ club soon after WW2 when people in the services would have used it. Next door to the building’s left there used to be a row of buildings before they were knocked down to make way for a road – now A46. A.A Motors used to be…

  14. Add Municipal Offices to your Itinerary

    Municipal Offices

    Cheltenham

    The town’s finest early 19th Century terrace. Designed by George Underwood, the terrace was built as private houses in 1823-35 and was originally known as Harward’s Buildings after Samuel Harward, one of the developers of Sherbourne Spa and…

  15. Add The Logical Utilities Company to your Itinerary

    The Logical Utilities Company

    Cheltenham

    This historical building, located in one of Cheltenham's most sought after garden squares, is the headquarters for The Logical Utilities Company which was founded in 2009 and is now the UK market leader in energy consulting and support services…

  16. Add Pizza Express to your Itinerary

    Pizza Express

    Cheltenham

    The building (Belgrave House) was built in 1820 and in 1845 it was Haydon and Shaw's boarding house for fashionable visitors to the spa. In 1850, Rowe wrote his Cheltenham guide and noted it as ‘Mesdames Haydon and Shaw’s Boarding House which…

  17. Add Gap to your Itinerary

    Gap

    Cheltenham

    The old Gap (and White Stuff) were originally three houses built in 1820-40 with 1930s-50s shop fronts. They have Ionic and Doric columns of classic architecture. The building also fronts what was once Cheltenham’s manufacturing chemist - Beetham &…

  18. Add Royal Bank of Scotland & Optical Express to your Itinerary

    Royal Bank of Scotland & Optical Express

    Cheltenham

    Formerly Williams and Glyn’s Bank and prior to this, Royal Insurance Company. It was originally a terrace of four houses now shops and a bank. Built in 1820 with later additions and alterations. The Promenade was laid out in 1818 as a tree lined…

  19. Add The Ivy Montpellier Brasserie to your Itinerary

    The Ivy Montpellier Brasserie

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    Restaurant

    Cheltenham

    Dates

    From:
    1 Jan 2020to31 Dec 2020Various Opening Times

    The Ivy Montpellier Brasserie in Cheltenham is an all-day dining British restaurant with an all-encompassing menu serving modern British and international classics, seven days a week. Located in the stunning grade I listed Montpellier Rotunda…

  20. Add The Brewery Quarter to your Itinerary

    The Brewery Quarter

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    Food & Drink

    Cheltenham

    Dates

    From:
    1 Jan 2020to31 Dec 2020Open 09:00 - 00:00

    The Brewery Quarter prides itself on being a 'one-stop shop where you can shop-dine-stay and play!' It was Cheltenham’s first proper brewery when it was founded in 1760 by local maltster and baker, Thomas Gardner. Gardner’s Brewery flourished and…

  21. Add The Neptune Fountain to your Itinerary

    The Neptune Fountain

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    Historic Site

    Cheltenham

    The Neptune Fountain is worth a visit all year round; whether water flows from its faucets or not, the fountain is a monumental statuesque piece depicting Greek god Neptune in a shell-chariot, being drawn by four sea-horses and heralded by…

  22. Add Cheltenham Town Hall to your Itinerary

    Cheltenham Town Hall

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    Historic Site

    Cheltenham

    Dates

    From:
    1 Jan 2020to31 Dec 2020

    Cheltenham Town Hall is now home to an impressive all year round programme of major festivals, entertainment, exhibitions and functions. Built in 1902-1903 as a venue for social events, it replaced the Assembly Rooms on the High Street, which had…

  23. Add Crew Clothing to your Itinerary

    Crew Clothing

    Cheltenham

    This building was originally a house but has been a number of shops over the years including Maynard’s Sweet Shop. The sweet shop used to have a famous Easter display with sugared eggs open at one end with a tiny display inside the egg. It was a…

  24. Add Knight Frank to your Itinerary

    Knight Frank

    Cheltenham

    Originally a semi-detached villa, designed by John Forbes and built in 1934-40 this building has been a doctor’s surgery, solicitors and Elgoods in the 70's.

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