Eating & Drinking

You’ll discover a range of places to eat and drink throughout the town, from traditional English pubs, through family-run restaurants and coffee shops, to nationally-known restaurants such as Prezzo and Wagamama – there’s bound to be something to suit all tastes.

Avebury
A mixture of prehistoric and English scenery . . .
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Castle Place Shopping Centre
Built in 1974 following the demise of the Market Hall and the outdoor cattle market, Castle Place Shopping Centre is home to 17 retail units and a further 32 market stalls, including a café, which are situated in its lower floor. Successfully serving the Trowbridge community as it has done for many years,
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Bradford on Avon
Just less than three miles away from Trowbridge and nestled in the rolling hillsides you will find the Anglo-Saxon town of Bradford on Avon. With the River Avon running through the heart of the town as its name suggests, the small winding streets lead you to the undiscovered treasures the town has
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Bath
The city of Bath is only 20 minutes away from Trowbridge via rail, so for the sake of such a short trip, you could not visit Trowbridge without popping into Bath. Famed globally for its Roman Baths and Georgian architecture which have led it to become a UNESCO World Heritage site,
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Longleat Safari Park
The location for the BBC's Animal Park, this famous safari has plenty to offer everyone. Spend time exploring the grounds as well as the house and gardens
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Stonehenge
This impressive stone circle monument, world class exhibitions and visitor centre, is a must to visit when discovering Wiltshire
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St Stephen’s Place Leisure Park
Leisure, dining and entertainment.
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Westbury White Horse
A true icon of Wiltshire, this chalk carving can be found on a north-west facing slope of Bratton Camp. One of no fewer than thirteen to be found in the county, this can be seen from the Trowbridge area, and is about 20 minutes’ drive away from the town, at
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Clanger Wood
This area of over 140 acres of woodland gives all nature explorers the perfect spot to discover something new. Renowned for its bluebells and butterflies, Clanger Wood has been made a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and is certainly worth a visit...
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Southwick Country Park
Whether you fancy exploring by yourself, the children or your pooches Southwick Country Park has something for all.
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