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  • 1 National Waterways Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Llanthony Warehouse GB - Gloucester GL1 2EH

    Using contemporary technology (video, interactive screens etc), this inspired museum evokes the life of boatmen in all their guises during the golden age of Britain's canals in the 18C, dealing with types of boat, life aboard, waterside flora and fau..

  • 2 Cathedral Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    12 College Green GB - Gloucester GL1 2LX

    The present structure is essentially the creation of the Norman Benedictine Abbot, Serlo, and some of his 14C successors, who pioneered the Perpendicular style and adorned the transept and choir using funds provided by royal patronage or by pilgrims ..

  • 3 St Mary's Church Interesting

    Religious buildings

    A38 GB - Deerhurst GL19 4BX

    The oldest parts of St Mary's, formerly a church in a prospering monastery, may go back as far as the 8C. The church has remained profoundly Saxon, despite being rebuilt and enlarged several times. This can be seen in the splendid baptismal fonts. Th..

  • 4 Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    GB - Slimbridge GL2 7BT

    Situated along the vast marshland of the Severn - a river greatly influenced by the tide - this aquatic bird sanctuary, which took the late Sir Peter Scott 40 years to complete, has become internationally renowned for its research centre and environm..

  • 5 Historic Docks Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Gloucester Docks GB - Gloucester GL1 2HE

    The fifteen brick warehouses of this 19C river port are being revamped in preparation for this redundant site being transformed into a lively and trendy new focal point for the city. Restaurants, flats and shopping galleries have moved into the surro..

  • 6 Chapel of Odda

    Religious buildings

    A38 GB - Deerhurst GL19 4BN

    Built on a low hillock, in the middle of the Severn bed that runs nearby, the Chapel of Odda was consecrated by Count Odda in 1056. Still attached to the farm that it once housed the kitchen for, the chapel was only "rediscovered" in the 19..

  • 7 City Centre

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    The Cross GB - Gloucester GL1 2HQ

    St Michael's Tower, now the Tourist Information Centre, marks the site where the medieval streets once met, the Cross. Bishop Hooper's Lodging in Westgate Street, now the Gloucester Folk Museum and the New Inn in Northgate Street are two excellent ex..

  • 8 Via Sacra

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Via Sacra GB - Gloucester GL12

    This famous pedestrian route roughly follows the line of the Roman walls and links the cathedral with a modern shopping centre and other points of interest, notably Blackfriars, a medieval Dominican friary.

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