Tourist Attractions

This page will summarise the most popular tourist attractions in Gloucestershire.

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Attraction Types

  • Castles – A glimpse through the countries history.
  • Art
  • Museums –
  • Countryside –
  • Churches –

 

 

Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral, Also Known As the Cathedral Church of St Peter is based in the centre of Gloucester, Gloucestershire. Photos Of Gloucester Cathedral Map & Address Address – 12 College Green Gloucester GL1 2LX Telephone – 01452 528095 Website – www.gloucestercathedral.org.uk Related Harry Potter Choir Organ Services History Stained glass windows Tours Architecture Cloisters

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Gloucestershire Waterways

Gloucestershire has many notable waterways and the articles in this section feature anything to do with rivers, lakes, canals and other waterways. This includes the following waterways; River Severn, River Wye, River Chelt, River Frome, Gloucester Docks, Gloucester-Sharpness Canal, Stroudwater Navigation and Cotswold Water Park. The source of the River Thames at Thames Head is …

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Nature of the Beast – new are exhibition opening at Gallery Pangolin, Chalford

Nature of the Beast – new art exhibition at Gallery Pangolin, Chalford

Gallery Pangolin is delighted to announce the ‘Nature of the Beast’ exhibition, an alternative look at the animal world through sculpture, prints and drawings. Gallery Director Jane Buck said ‘In every culture, for as long as humans have made art, animal imagery has played a major role and it continues to be relevant today.’ Nature …

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Lower Slaughter Art Exhibition – Elements Summer Show 2015

The Summer Show 2015 Elements is an exhibition of local artists. This includes; Ceramics Mosaics Original Paintings Photography When ? elements art exhimbition runs from 24th – 30th June 2015 and is open daily from 10am until 6pm. Where? This exhibition is at Lower Slaughter Village Hall. Address – Lower Slaughter Village Hall, Lower Slaughter, …

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Dean Heritage Centre

The Dean Heritage Centre is located in the pretty valley of Soudley, Gloucestershire, England in the Forest of Dean and exists to record and preserve the unique social and industrial history of the area and its people. The centre comprises the museum itself, a millpond and waterwheel, forester’s cottage with garden and animals, art and …

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Cotswold Farm Park

The perfect family day out interacting with our unrivalled collection of domestic rare breeds, or the chance to learn more about farming and conservation,  Cotswold Farm Park is open every day from 10.30 am to 5 pm. An educational venue holding 50 collections of British rare breed animals, with games and activities. Adam Henson Introduces …

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Randwick Wood

Randwick Woods & Standish Wood Near Haresfield Beacon

Randwick Woods is a public footpath through beech and yew woodlands in The Cotswold’s. There are various routes through the woods including some circular woods. Randwick Woods is a public footpath through beech and yew woodlands in The Cotswold’s. Randwick Woods There are various routes through the woods including some circular woods. According to OS …

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Dr. Jenner’s House, formerly known as the Edward Jenner Museum

The Edward Jenner Museum in Berkeley, England, is housed in a grade II listed early 18th century building called the Chantry, famous as the home of Edward Jenner, the pioneer of smallpox vaccine, and now used as a museum. “Edward Jenner Museum, The Chantry, Church Lane, Berkeley, England-9March2010” by Nick from Bristol, UK – Jenner’s …

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