Light Up Cheltenham Guided Tours

Type:Heritage

Queens Hotel
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire
GL50 1NN

Tel: 0844 576 2210

Light Up Cheltenham Guided tours

Opening Times

Season (1 Feb 2021 - 2 Feb 2021)
DayTimes

Directions

Road Directions

The Queens Hotel is located in Montpellier in Cheltenham town centre.  Cheltenham is situated off junctions 10, 11 and 11a of the M5, Cheltenham lies within the main motorway network in easy reach of London, Bristol and Birmingham. If travelling from the north on the M5 it is possible to leave from junction 9 and take the A435 south. For full information click here - Getting to Cheltenham by car.

Public Transport Directions

It is easy to travel to Cheltenham via coach and train. With many direct services available from most major cities. Coaches come into Royal Well Bus Station in the town centre.  The train station is a five minute drive from the town centre. Buses run regularly to/from the town centre and the railway station. Click here for full information about Getting to Cheltenham.

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Map Location and What's Nearby

  1. Montpellier Gardens

    Montpellier Gardens lie close to the town centre and are an important part of…

    0.03 miles away
  2. The Gardens Gallery

    The Gardens Gallery is Cheltenham's Community Art Gallery for local artists to exhibit…

    0.06 miles away
  3. Montpellier Caryatids

    Don't miss Cheltenham's most iconic Regency feature; The Caryatids in Montpellier.

    0.1 miles away
  1. Imperial Gardens

    The Imperial Gardens were originally landscaped and planted as a pleasure garden for the…

    0.17 miles away
  2. Parabola Arts Centre

    Parabola Arts Centre’s mission is to support emerging artists from across the UK and…

    0.18 miles away
  3. Cheltenham Town Hall

    Cheltenham Town Hall is now home to an impressive all year round programme of major…

    0.2 miles away
  4. Isbourne Holistic Centre

    The Isbourne is a pioneering hub of wellbeing and spiritual development in the South-West…

    0.2 miles away
  5. The Neptune Fountain

    The Neptune Fountain is worth a visit all year round; whether water flows from its…

    0.26 miles away
  6. The Promenade and Long Gardens

    Cheltenham's famous Promenade dates back to 1818 at the height of the Regency period,…

    0.28 miles away
  7. The Playhouse Theatre

    Welcome to Cheltenham Playhouse Theatre; an intimate community theatre set in a Regency…

    0.33 miles away
  8. The Hare and the Minotaur

    The Hare and the Minotaur Statue in Cheltenham can be found on The Promenade, outside…

    0.36 miles away
  9. Everyman Theatre

    The Everyman is Gloucestershire's theatre - and has been serving the county (and beyond)…

    0.37 miles away
  10. Sandford Park

    Situated at the end of the High Street, Sandford Park is one of Cheltenham's lesser known…

    0.38 miles away
  11. The Wilson - Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum

    Cheltenham has an outstanding museum and art gallery with a programme of exciting…

    0.44 miles away
  12. Bonsai World of Cheltenham

    0.44 miles away
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