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National Waterways Museum Gloucester

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National Waterways Museum Gloucester

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Llanthony Warehouse Gloucester Docks, Gloucester GL1 2EH England
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Gloucester is two routes, which will be alternated every week. The routes are as follows:<br><br>Route One <br>*Folk Museum<br>*Dick Whittington<br>*Old Crown Inn<br>*Fountain Inn<br>*Bull Lane<br>*Old Kings Theatre (Poundstretcher)<br>*Fleece Hotel<br>*McDonald’s<br>*A.G. Meek<br>*New Inn<br>*Debenhams<br><br>Route Two:<br>*Bishop Hoopers Memorial<br>*Cathedral<br>*Comfy Pew<br>*Fountain Inn<br>*Fleece Hotel<br>*Old King's Theatre (Poundstretcher)<br>*Old Argos<br>*Bell Lane (Eastgate)<br>*St Michael’s Tower<br>*Cross Keys Inn<br>*Cafe Rene<br>*Greyfriars<br><br>The walks are, Newent on Friday night, Gloucester on Saturday night at 8pm. <br>Private Tours are also welcome, please also book for these.
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GloucesterEh78 wrote a review Nov 2020
Bristol, United Kingdom50 contributions19 helpful votes
Fantastic place to take the kids and keep them entertained for a few hours, would recommend and return
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Tommiddle wrote a review Oct 2020
43 contributions1 helpful vote
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Nice little museum surrounded in great view of the docks. The history is great and interesting to discover- all to do with the boats and canal behind the museum. So great for history lovers and learners who want to know more about that sort of thing. The artwork in the stairs of the top floor was great and very attractive to visitors so thumbs up for that. The size is the only slight problem-if it was a bit bigger which will leave people to see and look at more would be better. Also , at the entrance , one man who works here called Trevor was very friendly to us and happily told us about the canals etc.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Keith P wrote a review Oct 2020
Staines, United Kingdom13 contributions14 helpful votes
Interesting museum detailing life and times of the waterways from birth to death, and subsequent resurrection as primarily a leisure pursuit. Entry price included the guide book, always a plus, and a years free return entry, nice idea but impractical unless you live close enough to use.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Helena B wrote a review Oct 2020
Gretna Green, United Kingdom103 contributions42 helpful votes
Let’s put it this way great for family’s, tiny cafe, but pricey for time taken to go round. Lots of info and videos not hard to find in centre just nothing interactive for all ages. E.g walk in barge
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Date of experience: October 2020
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BeaKeeler wrote a review Oct 2020
Bristol, United Kingdom39 contributions31 helpful votes
Last came here a long time ago and I still recognised some things but others seemed new. Very informative and learnt lots about the canals and the boats themselves
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Date of experience: October 2020
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