Gloucester is a cathedral city in the south west of England. Located on the River Severn and near the M5 Motorway. Gloucester is the main city in the rural county of Gloucestershire. Latest News About The City…
Gloucester has 2 main shopping areas; “Gloucester City Centre” & “The Gloucester Quays Designer Outlet” near “The Historic Gloucester Docks”.
The city is historically a Rugby town represented by Gloucester RFC who play at Kingsholm near the city centre.
About Gloucester Visitor Attractions
The Historic Gloucester Docks, Waterways Museum, Gloucester Cathedral, & Much More…
Gloucester Quays Outlet Centre
The Quays Outlet Centre opened in May 2009 and is the newest shopping area in Gloucester. Gloucester Quays Outlet Centre is accessible from the cities Historic Docks as well as its own car parking facilities.
Shopping Overview – Glos Quays Outlet Centres primary shops include both mens, ladies and childrens fashion stores, see full list of Quays shops below.
Eating Out At Glos Quays – The Quays also includes a choice of restaurants and coffee shops.
Quays Opening Hours
Weekdays 10am-8pm; Saturday 10am-7pm; Sunday 10am-5pm
Pubs & Bars
Pubs & Bars In Gloucester City Centre
Coffee house and bar that serves pub food. The Westgate pride themselves at being the only LGBT bar in the city.
Phone – 01452 417113
Address – 56 Westgate Street, GL1 2NF
Website – http://www.thewestgateonline.co.uk
Beatrix Potter’s House of the Tailor of Gloucester
This charming shop and museum is open to the public every day where you will be served by enthusiastic and knowledgeable volunteers. The house is the original building used by Beatrix Potter in her wonderful story The Tailor of Gloucester.
Address – 9 College Court, GL1 2NJ
Other Useful Places
- Shire Hall
- Gloucester Crematorium
- Tax Office
- The Land Registry
Geographical Information About Gloucester, The geographical makeup of the city will be defined on this page.
Gloucester is a cathedral city in the south west of England. Located on the River Severn and near the M5 Motorway, it is the main city in the rural county of Gloucestershire.
Gloucester has 2 main shopping areas; “The City Centre” & “The Quays Designer Outlet” near “The Historic Docks”.
Gloucester is historically a Rugby town represented by Gloucester RFC who play at Kingsholm near the city centre.
Visitor Attractions Include: The Historic Docks, Waterways Museum, Gloucester Cathedral, & Much More..