Chepstow has a fantastic array of attractions to keep visitors and locals busy through the changing seasons .
If you are looking for fresh air and activity then why not take a leisurely walk around one of the many town centre trails or a more challenging route along Offa’s Dyke. Or maybe take a bike ride on or off road with a picturesque picnic stop en route after stocking up at the local producer’s market. For the adventurous there is the option of 4 x 4 off roading, learning to dive or maybe pony trekking.
If you fancy a day at the races visit Chepstow racecourse, home of the Welsh Grand National for a great day out. Through the year there are various race meetings that you can attend and lots of other events. Visit Chepstow Racecourse to find out more.
Chepstow is deservedly proud of it’s warm welcome and friendly customer service in the shops and eating places. With lots of individual and boutique shops there are lots of opportunities to shop for all occasions, whether it is every day items, gifts or a special treat.
Throughout the year there are many special events planned, including :
- Twice weekly mini producers market
- Creative cultivators market
- 'The Widders' (weekend of Morris, Music and Dance)
- Hoggin’ the bridge
- Mari Lwyd (The famous meeting of English and Wales on the old iron bridge)
To find out more about the extensive history and heritage attractions in Chepstow click here.
Of course, while you are in Chepstow you may want to visit the many bars, restaurants and cafes that offer a wide choice of food and drink choices. There really is something for every taste and budget.
To find out more contact the Tourist Information centre, they are always happy to help – by phone, email or in person. You are guaranteed a warm welcome and friendly advice.