sat11sep11:00 amsat4:00 pmGloucester Cathedral - Parliament RoomsHistoric Places Open Day

Time

(Saturday) 11:00 am - 4:00 pm(GMT+01:00)

Location

Gloucester Cathedral

12 College Green, Gloucester, GL1 2LX

Event Details

Visit three historic rooms in Church House, the former Abbots’ lodgings which are the site of Richard II’s parliament in 1378 and are the place where Henry III and Anne Boleyn stayed in their royal progress of 1535.

You do not need to book for this event

About the Cathedral:

Formerly the Benedictine Abbey of St Peter, founded in the 11th century, the Cathedral features Norman pillars in the nave, the elaborate tomb of Edward II, exquisite 14th century fan vaulting, the 15th century tower and the magnificent Great East Window.

Our activities and events listed below bring this remarkable and sacred place to life for all.  It is free to visit the Cathedral and on Heritage Open Days we are delighted to offer additional free activities to visitors. 

ACCESS STATEMENT:

The Cathedral is wheelchair accessible however the Parliament Rooms, Crypt and Tower Tours are not.  Wheelchair users are able to access our Pitt Street Stonemasons Yard and the Chapter House.

Health Guidelines for this Event

Other Health Guidelines You do not need to book access to this venue. We will comply with any government guidelines for venue capacity and your booking will help us to ensure your visit is safe and enjoyable.