The Best Landmark in Gloucester

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Gloucester, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Greyfriars Walk, Gloucester GL1 2EZ

Since 1231

Tourist Attraction, House, Historic Site, Landmark, Historical Place, Architectural Structure, Perpendicular Gothic Style Building & Public Library

Free Entry - It was a Medieval Monastic House - It was followers of St Francis of Assisi and founded many religious houses across Europe - They earned their name from the grey habits that were worn as a symbol of their vow of poverty

Mon - Sun 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Love coming here to this lovely medieval building. Don't come often depends if it is open or if there is an event here. Just enjoy the surroundings and imaginings of days gone by.
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Ladybellegate Street, Gloucester GL1 2HN

Since 1239

Landmark, House, Historical Places, Architectural Buildings, Historical Buildings, Weddings, Concerts, Exhibitions, Guided Tours, Filming, Educational Events & Private Hires

It is Grade I listed building - It is a stunning example of a 13th century medieval Priory site nestled at the heart of the waterside City of Gloucester - Packages for groups can be arranged with afternoon tea and refreshments provided after the tour

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If you are visiting Gloucester on a Sunday or Monday Blackfriars is well worth a visit. It is only open on these two days every week until 3 pm. The building is historically very interesting as it was a medieval monastery that was converted into a large house that later became derelict. It has now been restored and is used for events. However the building is beautiful and hidden away most of the time - like so many interesting and historic places in Gloucester. You have to know where it is.

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The Cross, Gloucester GL1 1PA

Since 1465

Tower, Landmarks, Historical Buildings, Architectural Buildings, Historical Places, Guided Tour, Daily Activities, Coffee and Cake, Adults Programs, Children Programs, Meetings, Conferences & Special Events

It became a Grade II listed building - There had been a church on the site since the 12th century and Roman remains were found under the tower - The Tower was restored by the trust at a cost of over £300,000 - Free WiFi is also available

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St Michael's Tower is a beautifully preserved building on Gloucester's Roman town centre. It hosts the civic trust and is the place to go when you want to join the very inexpensive guided history tours. It is also possible to get audio headsets for self-guided tours. I took my family on one of the tours and it was excellent - even my 16 year old was fascinated. Well worth a visit if on Gloucester and interested in History.

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