Our Photo Booth Hire Service Areas: Gloucestershire

Gloucestershire, nestled in the heart of England, is a county that boasts a rich tapestry of historical landmarks, stunning natural landscapes, and a forward-thinking approach to modern living. Offering a plethora of experiences that span from the tranquillity of nature to the vibrancy of cultural festivals.

Whether you're drawn to the historical depth of Gloucester and Tewkesbury, the natural beauty of the Cotswolds and the Forest of Dean, or the cultural richness of Cheltenham and Stroud, Gloucestershire invites you to discover its many treasures. Each visit promises new discoveries and lasting memories in this enchanting part of England.

Gloucestershire also borders a few other counties we provide our photo booth hire services - HerefordshireOxfordshireWiltshireBristol and Somerset



Cheltenham, known for its Regency architecture and prestigious cultural festivals, is a town that effortlessly combines historical charm with modern sophistication. The Cheltenham Literature Festival, Jazz Festival, and Science Festival are highlights of the cultural calendar, attracting visitors from around the globe. The town is also famous for the Cheltenham Racecourse, the venue for the celebrated Cheltenham Festival, a pinnacle of the National Hunt racing calendar.



The city of Gloucester, with its roots stretching back to Roman times, is home to the magnificent Gloucester Cathedral, famed for its striking Gothic architecture and as a filming location for the Harry Potter films. The historic docks and Victorian warehouses have been transformed into a bustling waterside hub, featuring museums, shops, and eateries. Gloucester also serves as a gateway to exploring the Cotswolds, making it a perfect blend of urban and rural attractions.


The Cotswolds

The Cotswolds, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, spans several counties, including a large part of Gloucestershire. Characterised by its picturesque villages, rolling hills, and historic manor houses, the Cotswolds is synonymous with quintessential English countryside charm. Towns like Cirencester, known as the "Capital of the Cotswolds," and Tetbury, with its royal connections, offer delightful exploration opportunities through cobbled streets and vibrant markets.


The Forest of Dean

One of England's few remaining ancient forests, the Forest of Dean, offers an escape into nature's tranquillity. With its dense woodlands, hidden lakes, and meandering rivers, the forest is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Activities range from gentle walks and cycling to more adventurous pursuits like zip-lining and canoeing. The forest's rich history, including its role in the mining industry, adds depth to the natural beauty of the area.



Tetbury, nestled in the south of Gloucestershire, is a town that epitomises the charm and elegance of the Cotswolds. Renowned for its royal connections, primarily due to its proximity to Highgrove, the residence of Their Majesties King Charles III and Queen Camilla, Tetbury attracts visitors with its unique blend of history, culture, and natural beauty. The town's centre is a showcase of well-preserved medieval architecture, with the Market House being a focal point for community and visitors alike.

Tetbury is surrounded by stunning landscapes and is a stone's throw away from the Westonbirt Arboretum, one of the UK's most magnificent collections of temperate trees and shrubs. The arboretum's seasonal displays, from the vibrant blooms of spring to the fiery colours of autumn, make it a year-round attraction.

Tetbury's commitment to preserving its natural and built heritage, combined with a lively calendar of events, including the Tetbury Music Festival and the Woolsack Races, ensures that this town remains a vibrant community and a delightful destination.



Stroud, nestled in the heart of the Cotswolds, is celebrated for its creative spirit, independent shops, and the award-winning Farmers' Market. The town's industrial heritage, particularly in the textile industry, is evident in the preserved mills and the Stroudwater Textile Trust. Stroud's vibrant arts and crafts community, along with its commitment to sustainable living, make it a progressive and inviting place to visit.



Tewkesbury, where the rivers Severn and Avon converge, is a town rich in medieval history, best known for the Tewkesbury Abbey. This imposing Norman abbey church dominates the town's landscape, with its stunning architecture and heritage. The annual Tewkesbury Medieval Festival re-enacts the Battle of Tewkesbury, bringing history to life with a vivid display of the past.