CALLING AT... MORETON-IN-MARSH
Moreton-in-Marsh is located in north-eastern Gloucestershire. It is the main settlement in the North Cotswolds. Its accessibility has been a key part of its history, welcoming travellers since Roman times. The earliest human settlements date back to the Bronze Age, with Iron Age settlements and Roman pottery all found in this town.
Today, this is the only town to have a mainline train station in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), making it the perfect starting point for a visit to this picturesque part of the country.
Step free access
Managed by Great Western
The collections at Batsford cover a wide range of plants from around the world but have an emphasis on the Far East.
There are over 2,850 labelled specimens including about 1,300 different trees, shrubs and bamboo. Take a visit and soak up the nature from all continents no matter what the season.
From owls to vultures, Cotswold Falconry Centre is a memorable experience for the family.
Experiences are available to get the chance to experience the birds of prey up close and even fly them!