Corsham High Street

At the heart of the town centre is Corsham's historic High Street, with its Bath Stone buildings, independent retailers and pedestrianised cobbled street. Take time to wander along the High Street and soak up the relaxed atmosphere.

Enjoy a coffee on one of the pavement cafes or lunch in one of the bistro style restaurants.

The market is a welcome addition on a Tuesday. Browse the locally sourced products together with a variety of stalls from Fish to Fruit.

The History of the High Street

Wander along the high street today and it is easy to imagine Corsham 100 years ago, with some of the buildings dating back as early as the mid 17th Century.

Corsham's High Street is made up of Flemish Weavers cottages and historic Bath stone buildings. The Cotswold Limestone has been used for building since the Roman times and has been quarried in and around Corsham for hundreds of years.

The High Street has remained largely unchanged over the years, except you can no longer find the haberdashery shops and Blacksmiths which use to line this street, replaced now by a wonderful mix of independent retailers.