數百人對她表示歡迎，一些人在活動中穿上了 "歡迎難民 "的T恤衫，活動還包括現場音樂。
在項目啟動前，其藝術總監阿米爾-納齊爾(Amir Nazir)說，這源於 "難民被認為是一個問題的想法，而實際上他們不是，他們是有潛力的"。
She became a symbol for human rights after she travelled from the Turkish-Syrian border to Manchester last July.
On Thursday she was paraded through Cheltenham's streets. She will be in Bristol later.
During her visit to the Gloucestershire town, Little Amal laid flowers at the town's war memorial and greeted pupils at Pittville School.
Hundreds of people welcomed her, with some wearing "Refugees Welcome" t-shirts at the event which also featured live music.
"As a Town of Sanctuary we must keep welcoming refugees and make sure those already here from Syria and elsewhere feel welcome."
Speaking before the project's launch, its artistic director Amir Nazir said it stemmed "from the idea that refugees are thought of as a problem, when actually they're not, they're potential".
He added: "By walking with Amal through cities and through communities, creating a big art spectacle and creating big moments where the community can gather and think of itself and how it receives others, proves the case that refugees shouldn't be regarded as a burden.
The tour began in Manchester and will visit numerous locations before finishing on the beach in Folkestone in Kent - where Amal first arrived as a refugee a year ago.