Chippenham is a market town in northwest Wiltshire, with a lot of history. Why not discover the city via the Turnpike Treasure Trail or the Spy Mission Treasure Trail. The Turnpike Trail and Spy Mission are themed walks around Chippenham where you will discover lots more about the local area.
The Atwell Wilson Motor Museum is the only motor museum in Wiltshire, providing hundred of exhibits, mainly cars from the 1920s onward. They also feature a collection of motorcycles and bicycles. Lacock Abbey, Fox Talbot Museum and Village is a very interesting attraction. It's a country house with monastic roots, once home to William Henry Fox Talbot who invented of the photographic negative. Also of interest is the REME Museum, with seven galleries to explore and many interactive installations to keep you busy. The REME Museum preserves the heritage of the Corps of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.
For the youngsters, RampNation is Wiltshire’s largest indoor skate park, which has been constructed of bespoke ramps, set in a massive warehouse.
For smaller children, Jesters Adventure Play is a great soft play centre, while Woodland Adventurers provides outdoor education and activities using nature and a forest school.