Pittville Pump Rooms

Pittville Pump Rooms is the most famous example of Regency architecture in Cheltenham.  Built between 1825 and 1830 it was the last and largest of the spa buildings to be constructed in Cheltenham.  It stands at the northern end of Pittville Park, with landscaped grounds running down to the lake.  The Main Hall is noted for its excellent acoustics and outstanding interior decor and makes a wonderful setting for our performers.

Cheltenham Town Hall

The Town Hall is the home of the Festival where the majority of our events take place. It has a number of lovely rooms which suit the variety of performances; from the large Main Hall to the more intimate Pillar Room and Drawing Room.  Built in the early 1900’s it provides a wonderful backdrop to the performances.

Pittville Pump Rooms
East Approach Drive
GL52 3JE
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cheltenham-town-hall Cheltenham Town Hall
Imperial Square
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bethesda-methodist-church Bethesda Methodist Church
Great Norwood Street
GL50 2AP
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Parking at the Pump Rooms

Parking Charges will be in force at the Pump Rooms – although the first 2 hours will be free, a ticket must be displayed. There is some free parking in and around the Pump Rooms as well as on street ‘Pay and Display’ parking nearby.  The North Street car park is a few minutes walk.   There is a Park & Ride service at the racecourse, GL50 4SH

There are now charges on Sunday for every parking space.


Buses run regularly between the centre of Cheltenham and the Pump Rooms – routes D and E.

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