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I popped in on a quiet Tuesday lunch time to pick up a gift for my niece before going back home. I had been in Gloucester to study. Some very kind volunteers refreshed my memory on the Beatrix Potter story.
Like stepping back in time when the high street was adorned by little windows like this. Friendly and inviting staff and lots and lots of anything to do with Beatrix Potter should you wish to purchase. Nice little room at the back where you can...More
Whenever we are in Gloucester ( around every two years) we visit this little gem. We cannot resist buying something as there are so many cute things with something for everyone. This visit we bought a tea towel and some coasters. This is a shop-cum-'museum'...More
Came across this shop by accident going to the Cathedral. It is an excellent shop and the staff were excellent telling you about the history of the shop and talking to visitors. A must for Beatrix Potter fans.
We went here to visit while on holiday , what a lovely little shop and museum, the shop is stocked full of Beatrix potter books, tea towels the works. The two ladies behind the counter were both friendly and knowledgeable will revisit
The most quaint and beautiful old little shop dating back to when Beatrix was alive and where she heard of a little story about the tailor who lived there which she later turned into a story book! The gift shop has the most adorable merchandise...More
If you are a Beatrix Potter fan - young or old you must visit this little shop and museum.
Its a very quaint shop tucked away down a small alleyway/walkway.
Beatrix Potter actuality got her inspiration for the story of the Tailor of Gloucester from...More
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It's a shop and a small museum. There was a volunteer there to tell about the room and stories. There is also an exhibit upstairs. There is no entrance fee but a donation is appreciated. It's located in an alley near the... More
It's a shop and a small museum. There was a volunteer there to tell about the room and stories. There is also an exhibit upstairs. There is no entrance fee but a donation is appreciated. It's located in an alley near the cathedral. So if you are going to Gloucester it's worth a visit. The town itself is nice too.