About Gloucestershire


  • Historic Docks – A working docks in the 1800’s, Gloucester Dockside has recently been renovated to create an interactive tourist destination partnering history with the city’s modern dwellers.
  • Gloucester Quays Shopping Centre – The new shopping outlet located at Gloucester’s historic docks. This is a great place to find a bargain from a number of high street shopping outlets, grab something to eat or go to the cinema.
  • Gloucester Cathedral – Tucked away in the city centre Gloucester Cathedral is an oasis from the busy streets. The film set for the national treasure Harry Potter and the home of regular art installations the cathedral is definitely worth a visit.
  • City Centre – Full of big brand high street names this is the ideal location to get your university supplies before relaxing in one of the many bars and restaurants.


  • Town Centre – The High Street can cater for all of your shopping needs and offers a wide selection or bars and restaurants to choose from.
  • Race Course – For a thrilling day out the race course has many meetings throughout the year as well as being the location for many other festivals and events throughout the season to provide something for everyone.
  • Montpellier – For some up-market shopping or dining Montpellier is the place to relax in style, complete with a beautiful park which is perfect for those sunny days.
  • Leckhampton Hills – An opportunity to escape to the country without needing to leave the county, the Leckhampton Hills are full of fabulous walks and bike trails that provide you with views right across Gloucestershire.