The Cathedral offers a wealth of things to see and do from climbing the tower to special family activities and events. We also have a Coffee Shop you can relax in after exploring and a Gift Shop full of interesting products.
Set in a stunning waterside location, Gloucester Quays is the cities thriving leisure quarter and features an outlet shopping centre, multi-screen cinema and the Waterways Museum as well as an exciting variety of new bars and restaurants opening throughout the year.
Gloucester Quays truly is a great day out for the whole family, there is so much for everyone to see and explore whatever your age or interests. Whether its enjoying a local ale in a waterfront bar, dining in style at one of the buzzing restaurants or catching a family film at the multi-screen cinema there really is something for everyone!
The historic docks offer a stunning backdrop for the designer outlet as well as offering an insight in to the history of the area with local heritage trips and plenty of architecture to see.
Perfect for shopping days or a family day out, Gloucester Quays has a vibrant mix of style, culture and entertainment to suit everyone and for the first time in many years Gloucester Quays will once again be landing exotic cargoes from around the world, only this time it will be letting its anchor down in style.
Gloucester Waterways Museum
Gloucester Docks was once the deepest and widest in the world. Today, old dock buildings house fantastic new museums, designer shops and cool cafes making it a great place for a family day out.
Within the complex is our award-winning National Waterways Museum, Gloucester charting the fascinating 200-year history of the docks and the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal.
The Grade II listed Gloucester Waterways Museum warehouse has been renovated, refreshed and rebranded thanks to over £1m from the Heritage Lottery Fund and DCMS/Wolfson Museums & Galleries Improvement Fund.
With fun, interactive exhibits, café, museum shop and boat trips around the dock, you'll discover the stories of the communities that lived and continue to thrive here.
Cheltenham is a town in Gloucestershire, England, home to the renowned Cheltenham Festival, 4 days of horse jump racing culminating in the Gold Cup, held annually in March at Cheltenham Racecourse. It's also known for Regency buildings, including the Pittville Pump Room, a remnant of Cheltenham’s past as a spa town. There's fine art at The Wilson museum, and the Victorian Everyman Theatre has an ornate auditorium.
With a rich, vibrant history and a beautiful waterside setting, there is plenty for everyone to discover in Tewkesbury.
You can take in the stunning scenery by taking a stroll beside the River Severn, or a boat trip along the Avon.
Then head to Tewkesbury Abbey; an imposing feature of the town’s landscape for nearly 900 years. Renowned the world over for its fine Norman tower, ornate 12th Century ceiling and stunning stained-glass windows, the Abbey is one of Gloucestershire’s most popular tourist attractions, second only to Gloucester Cathedral.
The Valley is a perfect place to spend a relaxing day with a great mix of brand names and unique gift shops all set within 125 acres of stunning rural Worcestershire countryside. Indulge your gardening passion with Blue Diamond Home & Garden and enjoy top brands including Fat Face, Barbour, Mountain Warehouse and Pavers Shoes. Choose from a range of cafes and restaurants.
Dog-friendly, gentle walks, set in unspoilt countryside, events throughout the year, open seven days a week and free parking.
Why not spend a lovely day down at the beautiful town of Stow on the Wold?
Why not spend a lovely day down at the beautiful town of Bourton on the Water?
Why not spend a lovely day down at the beautiful town of Broadway?