Gloucester (/ˈɡlɒstər/ ( listen)) is a city and district in southwest England, the county city of Gloucestershire. Gloucester lies close to the Welsh border, on the River Severn, between the Cotswolds to the east and the Forest of Dean to the southwest.
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5 based on 437 reviews
Dedicated to the preservation of Gloucestershire's rich aviation heritage, Jet Age Museum is an all-volunteer, registered charity. We tell the story of the Gloster Aircraft Company, focussing on the first Allied jet flight. Our Mission is the preserve the past and inspire the future by telling the stories of the people and places that put our County at the forefront of the aerospace industry.
Great free museum. Plenty to interest children and adults. Child sized planes and full sized real cockpits for kids to sit in. Friendly, knowledgeable volunteer staff happy to show kids how things work and to tell their stories. Sensible shop with pocket money to medium priced souvenirs. On site free car park with planes taking off and landing from the airport. Open weekends plus Wednesdays during school holidays. Well worth visiting and a generous, voluntary, donation.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Cathedral of the Cotswolds
It is such a wonderful Cathedral with a lot of history within. Some early works from Harry Potter was also filmed here which is an added bonus to the visit. It is a must see in GloucesterHello, Thank you for taking the time to leave us such lovely feedback. We're glad you had such a great visit to the Cathedral! We look forward to welcoming you again soon, The Visits Team
4.5 based on 207 reviews
Our visitors can experience what it was like for soldiers and their families throughout the last three hundred years. The Gloucestershire Regiment (The Glosters) has been present at many of the turning points in British History; battles in the American Revolutionary War, defeating Napoleon, the defence of Dunkirk and fighting the spread of communism in Korea.Special exhibition Commemorating the Battle of Imjin now on. Also our new Modern Army Display has recently been commissioned - Come and see what it is like to served in Afghanistan. See the latest equipment, lift the body armour and the pack and imagine what it is like to go on operations on extremes of temperature.
Visited this museum while in Gloucester. It was only 4 pounds and was a great way to spend a couple of hours. The history is amazing, lots of articles and artifacts to see and touch. They had an area where you can try on the different soldier uniforms which is great for kids and adults. They have different sections that tell about the different years and soldiers and wars, it was all so interesting especially if it is an area of interest. This museum is also right in the heart of the Gloucester Canals and Quay, so make sure to take the time to walk around the area as it is beautiful and full of activities, shopping and history! It is also within walking distance of the Cathedral which is downtown.
4.5 based on 141 reviews
The ground is a "must" visit for any rugby fan. It is a rugby city and the raucous atmosphere is something to experience. Standing in the Shed is the best way to hear the local "commentary" on both the opposition and the officials! An enjoyable evening even though Gloucester surrendered their long unbeaten home run!
4.5 based on 193 reviews
Nature in Art, the world's first museum and art gallery dedicated to fine, decorative and applied art inspired by nature. The displays embrace 2D and 3D work in all mediums and styles from across the world, spanning 1500 years. Each year there is a vibrant temporary Exhibitions programme, which includes photography, textiles and much more. There is also the chance to meet an artist at work in the artists' studio (February to November). Visitors can watch a variety of artists create their next masterpiece, take away some helpful hints and tips or even purchase an original artwork.
An interesting museum/gallery that focuses on various media that all display the beauty of nature. When we visited the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition was on and the images were a mixture of fascinating, beautiful, disturbing. There is also a changing exhibition of artworks in the collection and a separate exhibition area for the artist in residence. On a good day you can wander around the Gardens, which are dotted with all sorts of sculptures as well as the flowers and borders.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
I have regularly visited the docks and love going there for a hot summers day or on a night out. It’s great to pop into a bar or pub in the Sunshine or visit one of the many cafes. Being next to the Quays, you have shopping at your finger tips but I’d recommend walking around the docks. There is a nature reserve just over the bridge near Dr Fosters which is lovely in the Sunshine.
The docks at night time is a safe and enjoyable place to be with friends. As it’s a residential area, all the facilities shut at 11pm which is slightly disappointing but completely understandable.
Overall, there are some lovely walks along the canal and you can take some great photos. If you’re visiting Gloucester, this is a must!
Also, take note of when there are events taking place, I’ve been to many from the tall ships festival to the Christmas markets and would recommend all!
4.5 based on 122 reviews
Visited Gloucester for the first time yesterday,I found the quay area similar in design to the Albert dock Liverpool ,and just impressive with a good amount of shop's,bars& restaurants,
A nice pleasant walk around the quay& along the canal.
I then visited the Cathedral which I found again impressive in design and marvel how architect's designed & built it without the technology available today, there was a lot of work being carried out on the exterior of the building but nevertheless enjoyable.we then walked all around the town.
And this is all we had time for in this visit but a return is definitely on the cards
4.5 based on 107 reviews
Gloucester Tourist Information Centre provides a range of information and services for tourists and local residents. Services include tickets for local events and attractions and accommodation bookings.
4 based on 667 reviews
A shopper's paradise, Gloucester Quays is home to designer and high street fashion brands, including more than 60 top names such as All Saints, Calvin Klein, Jaeger, Osprey, Fat Face, White Stuff, Joules, Cath Kidston, Jack Wills, Nike, L.K. Bennett, Ted Baker, Next, Skechers, Pavers, Quba, Levi's, Clarks, Crew Clothing and an M & S Outlet, and is now one of the fastest growing outlets in the UK.
Most of the Time, this place is quiet. There are a few nice shops to do some shopping at reasonable prices. The place is too big and it feels empty. It could do with a second floor as it it just a waste of space. But nevertheless, a great place to do some shopping in shops such as Asics, Nike, GAP.
4.5 based on 159 reviews
I live in the Cotswolds. Cheltenham is worth a visit for shopping, the racecourse, lovely parks (Pittville park is stunning) and beautiful surrounding countryside. Visit Gloucester for the Cathedral and the docks. Tewkesbury has some lovely little shops and canal walks. The Forest of Dean is a great place for walking, cycling and beautiful scenery along the rivers. and it's worth visiting some of the lovely Cotswold villages such as Bourton on the Water and Stow on the Wold
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