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All reviews waterways museum dry dock tall ship lovely area bars and restaurants well worth a visit city centre food festival shopping mall great shopping lovely walk designer outlet plenty of places to eat walk around victorian christmas lots of shops christmas market
First visit to Gloucester, so much to see. Docks & Quays full of history & museums to visit. Original warehouses now made into flats & apartments but still have all the character of the original buildings. Lots of restaurants & shops also. Will definitely visit...More
We visited the Docks with some of our family who had been there many many years ago. It was such fun to hear their stories and view the Docks as they present themselves now. The renovation work has been carried out most sympathetically and is...More
Whilst stopping in Gloucester we visited Gloucester docks on our last day..we wish we had gone their sooner, lots of lovely interesting things to see we went in the mariners church which was lovely...the shopping centre is good theirs even a narrow boat that serves...More
The Gloucester docks area is one of the better urban restoration projects that I've seen. It has a good vibe about it with an abundance of cafes, restaurants and shops to visit. It is easy to walk around and only a short hop from the...More
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.