The Neeld Hall
The Neeld Hall was built in 1850 as an extension to the Town Hall and originally housed the Cheese Market and the Corn Exchange.
Chippenham Town Hall
The impressive Town Hall buildings were completed in 1834 by Sir Joseph Neeld, then Member of Parliament for Chippenham.
Yelde Hall FREE
The medieval Yelde Hall is Chippenham's most iconic building. Originally constructed as the town's main meeting place in 15th C.
Lanhill Longbarrow FREE
Pre-historic long barrow and burial chamber.
|Just off A420|
Lanhill, near Chippenham
Maud Heath's Causeway FREE
The route that Maud Heath took every week to market in Chippenham during the 15th century. When she died she paid for an elevated stone walkway over the flood plain of the River Avon. A monument to her stands at the top of Wick Hill.
Lacock Tithe Barn FREE
Restored tithe barn open to the public, free to enter and wander around the large interior space.
Sutton Lane Meadows FREE
National Trust - Traditional hay meadows rich in wild flowers.
Driving Experiences for ages 10 and upwards. Skid Control, Karting & 4x4 Off-Roading Experts at Castle Combe, Wiltshire.☎ 01249783010Recommended by John Barry, Melksham“Great fun for both adults and kids to test their skills on the karting track, skid pan or 4x4's”
Pewsham Locks FREE
Follow the Avon Valley footpath to the restoration site of Pewsham Locks on the Wilts & Berks Canal.
Recommended by George, Pewsham“Take a stroll through history and walk from Chippenham to Lacock along this disused canal which is now being lovingly restored to its former glory”
|Avon Valley Walk|
This privately owned historic house, with its significant art collection, is open to visitors.Recommended by Poppy & Max, Chippenham“Great place for dog walking in the parkland surrounding the house, and it's free to access the grounds”
Lacock Abbey, Fox Talbot Museum & Village
National Trust - Beautiful ancient abbey, incorporated into later mansion.Recommended by Maura, Milan“So much to see in this amazing olde English village, the museum and abbey are well worth a visit, great pubs for a drink or a meal, and lots of little gift shops for souvenirs to take home.”
Family run Pottery Painting Studio.
Recommended by Jessica Matthews, Chippenham
|1 Gastons Road|
BMX Track At Stanley Park FREE
The BMX track at Stanley Park offers a high-energy, fast-paced sporting experience.
|Stanley Lane, London Road|
Chippenham Heritage Centre FREE
Permanent displays and temporary exhibitions telling the story of this historic market town.☎ 01249705020
Wiltshire And Swindon History Centre FREE
Archaeology, archive, buildings record, conservation, museum advisory services and county local studies library.☎ 01249705500
Westmead Recreation Area FREE
Whether you want a casual kick about with a football, a game of frisbee or just a walk with your dog.
Monkton Park FREE
Popular town centre park running along the banks of the River Avon.Recommended by Alan D, Purton“Great for kids, check out the crazy golf and pitch and putt course at the far end of the park with its own cafe”
Westmead Open Space FREE
Large area of open space leading down to the River Avon. Ideal for walking, cycling and dog walking. Free parking area.Recommended by Poppy & Max, Chippenham“Great dog walking area, where we can get off our leads and have a real run around!”
Baydons Wood FREE
Baydons Wood is a small, 1.09 ha WOYD site adjacent to the river Avon near the centre of Chippenham.
Chippenham To Calne Disused Railway Footpath And Cyclepath FREE
Easy walking or cycling path from Chippenham to Calne along the route of the old railway.
Recommended by Karen Fellows, Calne“Great for dog walking on a sunny day, it's surprising how quickly you can walk between the two towns and back again.”
|start at Eastern Avenue|
Chippenham Rivers Route And Cycleway FREE
Chippenham is blessed with a beautiful stretch of the River Avon which runs through the town and connects with adjoining towns.
Walking In Wiltshire FREE
Chippenham walks to download and print FREE.
John Coles Park FREE
Public park with children's playground, tennis courts, bandstand and play areas.Recommended by Jay Gardener, Chippenham“Always plenty to do in this park, loads of space for a game of football or just messing about with your mates. The ice cream shop is a bonus!”
Biddestone Village Pond FREE
Biddestone is a beautiful village, situated in North Wiltshire, England.Recommended by Karl Forster, Corsham“Relaxing place to sit and feed the ducks”
Derriads Pond FREE
Derriads Pond is located in Cepen Park South, just off Drake Crescent.Recommended by Poppy & Max“Great for kids and adults to stroll and feed the ducks, popular dog walking area too...”
Vincients Wood FREE
Lovely, semi-natural broadleaved woodland on the western edge of Chippenham, much used by local people who walk through it.Recommended by Nicki, Chippenham“Very peaceful walk through the woods, especially in the summer months when the paths are dry and wild flowers in bloom.”
Chippenham Park Bowls Club
A warm and friendly club that welcomes all bowlers of all abilities.
|John Coles Park, Ricardo Road|
Local Cinema.☎ 01249652498
Monkton Park 9 Hole Par 3 Golf Course
Open all year round from 9.00am till dusk, no need to book. Pitch & putt, crazy golf and tea room.
Chippenham Golf Club
The Club, founded in 1896, has an undulating parkland course which offers golfers a fine test without being 'heavy' on yardage.
The Gym UK Chippenham
Embark on a new journey to a new, fitter, healthier and Happier you. Fitness should be FUN, being active should be FUN.
|Bumpers Farm Industrial Estate|
Curves is a unique, 30 minute fitness concept, designed for women.
|3A Union Road |
Chippenham Sports Club
Private members club providing sporting facilities within the Chippenham Area.
|Hardenhuish Park, Bristol Road|
Olympiad Leisure Centre
Swimming pool & slides, kinetika gym, sports hall, squash courts.☎ 01249444144
Stanley Park Sports Ground
The award-winning Stanley Park Sports Ground is Wiltshire’s largest outdoor sporting facility.
|Stanley Lane, London Road|
Chippenham Park Tennis Club
The Club is based in John Coles Park, which opens at Sunrise and closes at Sunset.
|John Coles Park, Fleet Road|
Membership is made up of Chippenham Target Archery Club and Chippenham Junior Archery Club.
Chippenham Rugby Football Club
Rugby Football has been played in Chippenham for over 100 years.