Best Landmarks in Swindon

Expert recommended Top 3 Landmarks in Swindon, UK. All of our landmarks face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes local reviews, history, trading standards, ratings, satisfaction, trust, price and their general excellence. Only the bee's knees!


Lydiard Tregoze, Swindon SN5 3PA Directions

Since 1189

Landmarks, Historical House, Tourist Attraction, Architectural Building, Heritage Site, Educational Programs, Learning Programs, Group Visits, School Visits, Walled Garden, Lydiard House, The Coach House Tea Rooms, Exhibition, Family Activities, Events, Conference Centre, Wedding Photographs, Cafe & Shops

'Lydiard Park' is a 260-acre country park with woodlands, lakes, lawns and pasture. There is a Grade I listed Palladian house that for 500 years was home to the St John family. The children's play area, Cafe & Tea Rooms, events and education programmes make Lydiard Park a great destination for a family day out. Free admission for under 3's.

Price: Adult £6.50, Child (3-15 yrs) £3.50, Senior (60+) / Student £6.00, Family Ticket (2 Adults + 1 Child) £15.00, Family Ticket (2 Adults + 2 Children) £18.00 & Family Ticket (2 Adults + 3 Children) £21.00

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Wed - Sun 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Mon & Tue Closed

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The Engine House, Fire Fly Avenue, Swindon SN2 2EH Directions

Since 1940

Heritage Museum, Landmarks, Architectural Buildings, Historical Places, Exhibitions, Collections, Displays, Historic Photographs, Aerial Photographs, Survey Photographs, Commercial & Civic Buildings

'HISTORIC ENGLAND ARCHIVE' is a public archive of archaeological and architectural works and contains over 12 million historical photographs and publications. Parking is available.

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Tue - Fri 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Sat - Mon Closed

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Euclid Street, Swindon SN1 2JH Directions

Since 1891

Landmark, Town Hall, Architectural Building, Historical Site, Balls, Concerts, The Court Leet, The Magistrates Court, County Court, Auction House, Civic Functions, Dance Hall, Public Meetings, Lectures & Reading Rooms

'Swindon Town Hall' was built in the mid 19th century to be a centrepiece of New Swindon. The entire building is now used by Swindon Dance and a National Dance Agency. The building has a lower floor, previously owned by Swindon Reference Library, remain vacant. It is designed by an architect named Sampson Sage.

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