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“Easter day out”

Gloucester Quays Antiques Centre
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Owner description: - One of the largest and longest established Antiques Centres in the UK - Lift and stairs to Three floors of shops and cabinets containing over 100 dealers. - Parking available at Gloucester Quays multi-storey car park. - Located in the heart of the historic Gloucester Docks, adjacent to Gloucester Quays Designer outlet centre. - Tea Cups cafe on the second floor serving speciality teas, coffee, cakes and light lunches. - Friendly, knowledgeable staff on hand to help - Open 7 days a week (except Christmas Day) Items for sale at the Centre include: period and 20th century furniture, fine art ceramics, glassware, gold, silver and antique jewellery, vintage clothing, cards, stamps, toys, quality antique clocks and watches and much much more.
Reviewed 19 April 2014 via mobile

Beautiful day with sun shining music playing the dock was lovely to stroll around enjoying local produce. I tried some lovely cheeses pickled eggs and even hot chilli vodka all was sublime. My partner enjoyed the orange and whisky cheese so much she brought some .great day out for all thank you Gloucester quay

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Reviewed 28 March 2014

This is a great centre to go to, with very friendly staff, easy accessible for disabled users. Well presented, even if every unit is different (due to various sellers.) Also very clean, not a spot of dust in site.

Probably one of the best, if not the best antique centre in the west country.

Thank Stonehengetom
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Reviewed 2 December 2013

This is the best Antique centre I've ever been to!! Lifts to all floors for the less able bodied (like me!) Toilets and a very nice Cafe. But the selection of collectables ( of any type) was wonderful and very easy to walk round and view. I especially liked the Watercolours and the Oil paintings but, unfortunately, couldn't afford any!! I don't think you necessarily need to buy, it's just joyful to look at it all!! Hope to go back - with more money the next time!!!

Thank retired26
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Reviewed 19 November 2013

Three floors of varied antiques displayed in cabinets and bigger 'spaces' that i believe are rented by individual dealers - mostly good quality, mostly reasonably priced as far as I am a judge, few very high priced items (a few hundred pounds for nice silver pieces seemed to be top) and plenty of other interesting and affordable items (books, coins, medals, pottery, porcelain, all manner of 'collectables'. I ate a very nice homemade sandwich for lunch in the little cafe on the third floor. The building is adjacent to the docks which are also worth a (quick) wander around. City centre is only a ten minute walk away.

Thank eclectic6
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Reviewed 22 October 2013

What a lovely place. Three floors of good quality antiques, collectibles, jewellery etc. was very impressed. Staff all extremely friendly and knowledgable. Came away with some good bargains. Well worth a visit

Thank Margaret195002
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