Visit Swindon – a new tourism website aimed at attracting people looking to explore the town’s cultural offerings – has been launched.
Developed by Swindon-based design and branding agency Jazzbones Creative, and supported by Reuben Digital in conjunction with Switch on To Swindon, the site offers visitors to the site up-to-date information about events and places to shop, eat, and sleep.
With Swindon already famous for its railway heritage, visitors to the site are being told to “expect the unexpected” as the spotlight is shone on some of the town’s hidden gems.
The site targets different audiences with sections based on family days out, green days out, heritage, shopping, arts, culture, and the night-time economy, and gives a comprehensive list of venues.
Exhibitions, festivals, theatre shows, comedy, concerts and more can be found in the What’s On section.
Meanwhile, local businesses and organisations – especially those working in and around the tourism and leisure sectors – are urged to submit their own relevant content for inclusion.
The Jazzbones team hopes to encourage contributors to add news, events, and blogs articles to the site.
According to Jazzbones, the site – which was launched in time for the summer holidays – is already attracting healthy traffic with savvy SEO achieving great results on Google and other search engines.
Nathan Sandhu, Jazzbones Founder and Creative Director, said, “Over the last few years we have worked on a number of exciting projects with Swindon Borough Council and Switch on to Swindon, and in many ways, the Visit Swindon website is the culmination of that fulfilling journey.”
“Jazzbones works with high-profile clients throughout the UK, but nothing gives us more pleasure than projects that raise Swindon’s profile.
“Every one of our design team was born, bred and lives in Swindon, so the Visit Swindon project is a real labour of love.”
The Visit Swindon website can be found on the web at, on Facebook at Visit Swindon, on Twitter at @visit_swindon, and on Instagram at Visit_Swindon.