12 exciting things to look forward to in the Cotswolds in 2022

British Muslim Magazine sought out 12 of the most exciting things to look forward to in the Cotswolds in 2022, from unmissable events to anticipated new openings…

Take a spring stroll around Westonbirt Arboretum

Dubbed as Cotswolds ‘ best-kept secret,’ while also being famous for its spring season, it’s a wonderful time to visit the attraction near Tetbury.


Meet a baby rhino at Cotswold Wildlife Park

While there are plenty of reasons to visit Cotswold Wildlife Park, the chance to aww at a baby rhino has to be up there!

Here, you have the unique experience to catch a glimpse of baby Molly daily in her solar-powered rhino house.


Enjoy dinner with a view at The Scenic Supper

A unique dining venue in the Cotswolds. Returning in April 2022 at Todenham Manor, friends and families have the opportunity to dine together in an intimate dining glasshouse.


Experience a real Mughal Indian Palace at Seizoncote

Opening up to visitors for the first time this year on Monday 2nd May 2022, take a tour around the spectacular Sezincote – the Cotswolds very own 200-year-old Mogul Indian Palace near Moreton-in-Marsh.


Get ready for the return of the Royal International Air Tattoo

After a two-year break from shows, The Royal International Air Tatoo will be taking to the Cotswold skies once again, from Friday 15 until Sunday 17 July 2022.


Soak up some fashion, street style!

New Brewery Arts in Cirencester is hosting Shoes have Names from January to April 2022. The exhibition features 10 internationally renowned artists, shoemakers, and designers who have teamed up with formerly homeless people to create a special exhibition.


Relax at a Cotswold Spa

Kick-off the year in opulence as The Lygon Arms is giving potential members guided tours around its spa with a luxurious swimming pool. Sign up before the end of March 2022 with a joining fee of only £255.


Look after your mental health, refresh your senses and enjoy a natural spa experience.

In the heart of the city, Thermae Bath Spa is an award-winning natural spa where you can now bathe in naturally warm, mineral-rich waters as the Celts and Romans did over 2,000 years ago. There are no joining or membership fees at Thermae Bath Spa and you can simply choose a 2-hour spa.


Where to eat?

Why not try these amazing, halal restaurants when you’re exploring the beautiful Cotswolds

German Donner Kebab, UK

65-67 High St, Cheltenham GL50 1DU

Simpson Fish and Chips

73-75 Priors Road, Cheltenham GL52 5AL
Tags: celts and romans, cotswolds, day out, mughal indian palace, seizoncote, spa experiences

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