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There is so much to see at a leisurely pace.
We have to view the boats under repair at T Neilsen boat yard, to stand on the foot bridge and view into the dry-dock watching the craftsmen at work on the historic timber boats.
We felt a little disappointed when visiting the docks. We had expected more variety in the food outlets. There was a sign saying that there was more to be developed over the next few years, so hopefully it will become a livelier place.
I enjoyed my time around the dock area. Looking at the boats and canal barges.
The shopping centre was great for bargains . Lovely coffee shops and an abundance of restaurants to choose from .
Will be coming back for a second visit .
Over the last few years much money has been spent on modernising the area. As well as the conversion of many of the old buildings into apartment there are many restaurants to suit all tastes and prices.
The museum gives a good history of the...More
Thouroughly enjoyed our visit to Gloucester Quays. Lovely shops and some amazing restaurants to visit. The restaurants may appear quiet during the day but the Quays certainly came alive in the evening.
Parking is easy at Southgate Moorings situated next to the docks and this is value for money(£3.50 for 4 hours).
From here there are signposts to direct you to all of the places of interest, including the town centre and the cathedral.
From here its...More