Address: The Docks, Gloucester, GL1 2EH
Price: Once you're parked up, it won't cost you a thing
Toilets: As well as our National Waterways Museum - Gloucester, there are toilets in the various attractions around the docks
Gloucester Docks was once the deepest and widest in the world. Today, old dock buildings house musuems, shops and cafes making it a great place for a family day out.
The award-winning National Waterways Museum, Gloucester charts the fascinating 200-year history of our inland waterways. With fun and interactive exhibits for all ages, café, museum shop and boat trips around the dock and on the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal.
Also look out for Cineworld cinema, Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum, Gloucester Cathedral, Beatrix Potter Museum, Gloucester Quays Shopping Centre, Llanthony priory, Gloucester Antiques Centre
You'll see boats year round but especially in the summer
There are lots of cafés, pubs, bars and restaurants around the docks
Our museum's coffee shop is on the ground floor
Cruise down the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal in style
The Queen Boadicea II and King Arthur offer 45 min trips down the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal
Boat trips - restaurant
There are lots of benches and picnic tables around the docks
You may see:
There is a pay and display car park