Royal Wootton Bassett is a small town (population 11,385 in 2011) in Wiltshire, United Kingdom, not far from Swindon. It was founded in 681 as Wodeton, and gained the 'Royal' moniker in 2011 in recognition of the town's role in respectfully welcoming back deceased British troops from overseas.
- 1 Wootton Bassett Museum. Local historic museum housed in a former town hall.
- Royal Wootton Bassett Arts Festival. Annual festival of music, drama and art held in June.
RWB boasts a number of good restaurants, including Indian, Chinese, Greek, Turkish and British pub-style eateries.
- North to Cricklade, Kemble and to see Roman history in Cirencester
- East to Wroughton and Swindon
- South to Avebury which is famous for its neolithic stone circle
- West to Malmesbury, known for its abbey.