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St Michael’s Tower

St Michael’s Tower is all that is left of the church of St Michael the Archangel, which had existed on this site since 1307.

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National Waterways Museum

The National Waterways Museum is located at Llanthony Warehouse, the largest of the warehouses built at Gloucester Docks on the River Severn.

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Llanthony Secunda Priory

Situated within five acres of landscaped grounds beside Gloucester Docks, Llanthony Secunda Priory is the remains of a once large and important Augustinian Priory.

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Mariners Chapel

Mariners Chapel was built in 1849 to meet the needs of the sailors and boatmen arriving at the docks from around the world and the inland waterways

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Discover DeCrypt

The Church of St Mary de Crypt and the Old Crypt Schoolroom stand in the historic heart of Gloucester.

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Olympus Theatre

The Olympus Theatre was built as a 700-seater cinema in 1923 in the style of the Theatre Royal Drury Lane.

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Museum of Gloucester

The Museum of Gloucester holds an internationally important collection of treasures of nearly one million objects.

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Gloucester Cathedral

Whether you are coming to discover nearly 1,000 years of history or to worship in this beautiful building, we hope that your experience is enjoyable and special.

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 Gloucestershire Heritage Hub

Gloucestershire Heritage Hub

Our 10 miles of unique archive collections and resources offer a one-stop destination for those wanting to find out about the county’s people and places.

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Blackfriars Priory

Blackfriars Priory

The priory is the best preserved medieval Dominican house in Britain.

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St. Oswald’s Priory

St. Oswald’s Priory

The standing remains incorporate part of the north wall of a minster church built around 900 by Aethelflaed, the Lady of the Mercians.

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Gloucester Park

Gloucester Park

Gloucester Park is currently used for a wide range of community events, from Saturday morning Park Runs and recent Black Lives Matter events to carnival, funfairs and fireworks.

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 The Eastgate Chamber and Kings Bastion

The Eastgate Chamber and Kings Bastion

This underground chamber on Eastgate Street reveals the remains of city defences and the East Gate, dating back to about AD 68 when Gloucester was founded as a Roman settlement.

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The Folk

The Folk

The Folk of Gloucester, formerly the Folk Museum, is a collection of historic buildings in lower Westgate Street.

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 Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum

Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum

The Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum reopened in 2014 and allows visitors to learn about the history of Gloucestershire soldiers and war history, from 1694 to the present day.

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Over Bridge & River Severn

Over Bridge & River Severn

Over Bridge, designed by Thomas Telford in 1825, is a lasting reminder of the importance of the River Severn and the need for people to cross the river.

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All Nations Community Centre

All Nations Community Centre

All Nations Community Centre is a centre for Community use, welcoming enquiries for Meetings Group Activities Seminars & Family Gatherings

Memories from the people of Gloucester

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