Bibury is a village and civil parish in Gloucestershire, England. It is situated on the River Coln, about 6.5 miles (10.5 km) northeast of Cirencester.

The artist and craftsman William Morris called Bibury "the most beautiful village in England" when he visited it. Its honey-colored 17th century stone cottages with steeply pitched roofs once housed weavers who supplied cloth for fulling at nearby Arlington Mill. The picturesque Arlington Row cottages were built in 1380 as a monastic wool store. This was converted into a row of weavers' cottages in the 17th century. The cloth produced there was sent to Arlington Mill.

The River Coln flows alongside the main street. Its water, along with the Bibury Spring, supplies Bibury Trout farm, founded in 1902, by the famous naturalist Arthur Severn, to stock the local rivers and streams with the native Brown Trout. The hatchery spawns up to 6 million trout ova every year.