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Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum

Custom House the Docks, 31 Commercial Rd, The Docks, Gloucester GL1 2HE, UK

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About Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum

The Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum is located in Gloucester’s Historic Docks. The Museum displays the remarkable story of the Soldiers of Gloucestershire who have served their regiments since 1694. It depicts their courage, humour, their traditions and their sacrifices in exciting and colourful exhibitions for all ages to enjoy.



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National Waterways Museum Gloucester0.3km from Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum

Gloucester Waterways Museum tells the story of our wonderful canals and rivers. It was housed in a warehouse at the heart of Gloucester’s fine Victorian docks. you can find out all about the people who lived and worked there – as well as marvel at the original Dunkirk Little Ship floating alongside the working steam dredger.

Gloucester Life Museum0.36km from Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum

Gloucester Life Museum is one of the oldest-established museums dedicated to social history. It holds an important and fascinating collection of artefacts from the last few hundred years up to the 1960s and 1970s including a working jukebox.

Museum Of Gloucester0.38km from Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum

The Museum of Gloucester in Brunswick Road is the main museum in the city of Gloucester, England. This is a vibrant museum to visit for tourists and locals alike with regular events and exhibitions, exciting activities for children and a café for refreshments. It tell the story of Gloucester through archaeology and natural history, while fine and decorative arts are found on the first floor. The art gallery has a fine collection of paintings, most of which have been donated or bequeathed by loca

Gloucester Cathedral0.44km from Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum

The magnificent Gloucester Cathedral was built in 1100 as a Norman abbey church and survived the Dissolution thanks to its historical connection with the monarchy. It has one of the largest medieval stained glass windows in England and an elegant and impressive interior.  The diocese covers the greater part of Gloucestershire, with small parts of Herefordshire and Wiltshire. The cathedral has a stained-glass window depicting the earliest images of golf.

Robinswood Hill Country Park2.71km from Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum

Robinswood Hill is a hill and country park to the south of the city centre of Gloucester. Two-hundred and fifty acres of open countryside with viewpoint, pleasant walks and way-marked nature trails that cover the hill. It is home to much wildlife and affords spectacular views of the surrounding area including other hills of Gloucester, the Cotswolds, Malvern Hills, May Hill and on a clear day the Severn Bridges.

Wysis Way3.54km from Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum

The Wysis Way is a long distance hiking path that begins in Monmouth and leads east through The Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to the town of Kemble. The Way runs between Monmouth in Wales and Kemble, Gloucestershire in England.

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The cathedral city of Gloucester nestled between the Cotswolds and the Forest of Dean, is Britain’s most inland port, rich with history dating back to Roman times. Gloucester’s many museums and attractions tell the stories of those that have made a great impact on England and the world.