We are close to the former dock estate which has become a popular free destination where visitors can enjoy interesting views. There are a range of modern facilities while wandering around a remarkably complete example of a Victorian port.
Views include many fine warehouses and other dock-related buildings that have been found new uses. Where ships once discharged their cargoes, there is now an ever-changing miscellany of visiting narrow boats, smart motor cruisers and the occasional yacht or tall ship.
A stunning new waterside shopping and leisure destination with a fabulous new Designer Outlet, waterways museum, antiques centre, multi-screen cinema, historic docks and new bars and restaurants opening throughout the year, Gloucester Quays is a great day out for the whole family. There is so much for everyone to see and explore, whatever your age.
The historic docks offer a stunning backdrop for the designer outlet as well as offering an insight in to the history of the area with local heritage trips and plenty of architecture to see.
One of the most beautiful buildings in Europe. Historically important and architecturally stunning. The tomb of a King of England, Edward 2 also the tomb of Richard Duke of Normandy. Place of coronation of Henry 3 and over 1000 years old.
The Cathedral Guides offer full or partial guided tours which they will tailor to suit your interests and the time you have available.
The Cathedral Guides can take you into the Crypt, lead you on an architectural tour or show you where Harry Potter was filmed.
Gloucester City Council's Farmers Market is located in the Gate Streets every Friday 9am-3pm.
It is generally accepted by most Farmers' Markets that stall holders must have grown, bred, caught, pickled, brewed or baked the goods themselves.
The selection of produce available at a Farmers' Market will clearly vary with location and season. However customers are likely to be able to find a delicious seasonal selection of fruit and vegetables, fresh and processed meats, eggs, bread and cakes, preserves, fruit juices and dairy produce.
Gloucester Rugby Club are the best supported team in England and play in the Avia Premiership in Kingsholm which is a couple of hundred yards from Fad and Fated. On match days the area is buzzing and the roar of the famous 'Shed' can be heard in Fad and Fated. A match at Kingsholm is a must if you are visiting the area.
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