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  1. Add St Michael's Tower to your Itinerary

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    St Michael's Tower

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    Tower

    Gloucester

    St. Michael's Tower is home of Gloucester Civic Trust and ‘A tower of learning’ – a place where the community and visitors can learn about Gloucester’s rich past, while recording today’s history for future generations to enjoy.

  2. Add Hillfield Gardens to your Itinerary

    Hillfield Gardens

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    Garden

    Gloucester

    Just outside the city centre lies Hillfield Gardens, a true hidden gem of Gloucester. This public park is home to some of the oldest trees in the city and the historic monuments Scriven's Conduit, the King's Board and a leper chapel.

  3. Add Llanthony Secunda Priory to your Itinerary

    Llanthony Secunda Priory

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    Abbey/Priory

    Gloucester

    Ruined outer court of an Augustinian priory founded in 1136 by canons from Llanthony (Gwent), including a 15thC tithe barn and late medieval storage buildings.

  4. Add Museum of Gloucester to your Itinerary

    Museum of Gloucester

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    Type:

    Museum

    Gloucester

    Museum of Gloucester is open again after a million pound renovation. Come and experience the brand new interactive displays or enjoy lunch in the new Café Nerva.

  5. Add St. Nicholas Church to your Itinerary

    St. Nicholas Church

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    Church/Chapel

    Gloucester

    This 12th Century Church is a city landmark with it's 15th Century leaning Tower and Spire. Inside the Church are Norman and Gothic Arcades, Victorian Pews, elaborate monuments and a fine decorated Stuart Chest Tomb.

  6. Add Barnwood Arboretum, Nature Reserve & Park to your Itinerary

    Barnwood Arboretum, Nature Reserve & Park

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    Type:

    Formal Garden

    Gloucester

    Barnwood Park is a formal park with mature trees and ducks. Barnwood Arboretum is a local nature reserve within the park and provides habitat for wildlife. The grassland is managed by grazing rare breed sheep.

  7. Add Historic Docks to your Itinerary

    Historic Docks

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    Type:

    Historic Site

    Gloucester

    Collection of restored Victorian warehouses, with shops, museums, restaurants and cafe bars. Boat trips and guided walks in summer months.

  8. Add Gloucester Civic Trust Audio Tours to your Itinerary

    Gloucester Civic Trust Audio Tours

    Type

    Type:

    Walking Tour

    Southgate Street, Gloucester

    Discover the History of the City of Gloucester at your own pace by doing one of four Audio Trails. Designed by Gloucester Civic Trust it is sure to teach you about the history of Gloucester in a fun and interactive way.

  9. Add Blackfriars to your Itinerary

    Blackfriars

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    Type:

    Abbey/Priory

    Gloucester

    The best preserved medieval Dominican priory in Britain, built in the 13th century on the site of Gloucester's Norman castle. Soon to be operating in 2012 as a cultural centre, available for various privaste hires and events.

  10. Add St. Mary de Crypt Church to your Itinerary

    St. Mary de Crypt Church

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    Type:

    Church/Chapel

    Gloucester

    St. Mary de Crypt is a 15th Century Church in the centre of Gloucester. It is famous for it’s Tudor Schoolroom adjacent to the Church and for it’s two famous ‘Sons’- George Whitfield 18thC Evangelist and Robert Raikes who started Sunday Schools.

  11. Add Robinswood Hill Country Park to your Itinerary

    Robinswood Hill Country Park

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    Type:

    Country/Royal Park

    Gloucester

    Two-hundred and fifty acres of open countryside with viewpoint, pleasant walks, waymarked nature trail.

  12. Add Gloucester Guildhall to your Itinerary

    Gloucester Guildhall

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    Type:

    Event Venue

    Gloucester

    Gloucester's premier arts venue featuring art galleries, cinema and live musical and theatrical performances. The Guildhall's café-bar is a laid-back and peaceful haven just a step away from the hustle and bustle of Eastgate Street.

  13. Add Greyfriars Priory to your Itinerary

    Greyfriars Priory

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    Type:

    Abbey/Priory

    Gloucester

    Greyfriars is a Franciscan House which was founded in 1231. Is particularly of interest as the nave and north aisle are almost of equal height and width (only example in the country). Only remains still stand and can be seen today.

  14. Add Eastgate Viewing Chamber to your Itinerary

    Eastgate Viewing Chamber

    Type

    Type:

    Historic Site

    Gloucester

    Roman and medieval gate-towers and moat in underground exhibition chamber.

  15. Add Gloucester Life Museum to your Itinerary

    Gloucester Life Museum

    Type

    Type:

    Museum

    Gloucester

    Gloucester Life Museum has a new Tea Shop, Retro Rooms, Boutique and Educational Facilities plus exhibitions, events and family craft activities, so there's something new and exciting to see whenever you visit.

  16. Add Jet Age Museum to your Itinerary

    Jet Age Museum

    Type

    Type:

    Museum

    Cheltenham Road East, Gloucester

    The Jet Age Museum is home to a unique collection of historic aircraft and artefacts charting the history of Gloucestershire's aviation heritage and telling the story of the people who made the first Allied jet powered flight possible.

  17. Add St. Oswald's Priory to your Itinerary

    St. Oswald's Priory

    Type

    Type:

    Abbey/Priory

    Gloucester

    St. Oswald's Priory was founded by Lady Aethelflaed of Mercia, daughter of Alfred the Great, around 900. Was used as a site for pilgrimages, has been a church and now only the remains still stand. Visit to see the 12th and 13th Century arches.

  18. Add Beatrix Potter's House of the Tailor of Gloucester to your Itinerary

    Beatrix Potter's House of the Tailor of Gloucester

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    Type:

    Museum

    Gloucester

    Children's author Beatrix Potter created one of her most loved characters here. This charming shop and museum is the original building that inspired the very story and is used in the illustrations. Free entry and open to the public every day.

  19. Add Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum to your Itinerary

    Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum

    Type

    Type:

    Museum

    Gloucester

    The Museum displays the remarkable story of the Soldiers of Gloucestershire who have served their regiments since 1694. It depicts their courage, humour, traditions and their sacrifices in exciting and colourful exhibitions for all ages.

  20. Add St. Mary de Lode Church to your Itinerary

    St. Mary de Lode Church

    Type

    Type:

    Church/Chapel

    Gloucester

    St. Mary de Lode is the city's oldest Parish Church being built in the 12th Century. It was built over a Saxon Church and a Roman Building.
    The Roman Mosaic tiled floor can still be seen in the church today.

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