Welcome to Visit Corsham

Visit Corsham

In historic Corsham you’ll find independent shops and restaurants; peacocks roaming freely from their home at Corsham Court and Poldark – the BBC’s hit drama was filmed in the High Street.

Begin your visit here with all the information you will need to plan your time in Corsham. Easily search for what's on in the area, accommodation, events and attractions.

Click Visit Corsham for where to eat and where to play and use the useful links on how to get around. Let us guide you around this historic and beautiful town; from Peacocks to Poldark, Corsham awaits your visit.


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It's getting closer. Are you ready to discover great food and drink - there'll be beer, cider, a rum bar and gin here on Saturday, plus all sorts of amazing food to try from a High Street full of stalls. And if that wasn't enough you can try and taste Corsham in one day, with free tasters at nine of our fabulous foodie places. Try them all, get your entry form stamped and you could win a case of Pol Roger Champagne donated by Octavian Wines. Plus there'll be BBQs at Toby Haynes Family Butchers and The Royal Oak, Cantonese food at Imperial Garden and lots, lots more, including live music courtesy of Pound Arts' Blue Sky Festival and talks on food and the environment from Transcoco. And the forecast isn't looking too bad either! Find out more here.


Just 10 miles from Bath and on the fringe of the Cotswolds, you will find the historic market town of Corsham. A hidden gem waiting to be explored. 

Surrounded by beautiful countryside with a historic High Street made up of mellow, Georgian stone buildings, it is home to a wide variety of independent retailers and our colourful and noisy residents; Peacocks!

There's more to Corsham than meets the eye. Corsham Court, set in Capability Brown designed gardens, sits at one end of the High Street with a 17th Century School room and Almshouses at the other.

Corsham's unique and vibrant arts centre, The Pound, is a bustling hub of music, theatre and art. Stay a while and enjoy the many restaurants, cafes and pubs and enjoy a street market every Tuesday, where local produce can be found.

An ideal base away from the city of Bath with good transport links to explore the surrounding area, including Lacock and Castle Combe. Savour the relaxed atmosphere and make Corsham your next place to visit.


Corsham Town Guide