Relive a bit of Hollywood on one of our boat trips. Gloucester Docks was the backdrop for Disney's blockbuster ‘Alice Through The Looking Glass’, and you can cruise along the same stretch of water that appears in the film.
Did you know that our tour boat, Queen Boadicea II, was one of the 'Little Ships’ of Dunkirk and in May 1940 helped evacuate troops from the beaches of Dunkirk. National Waterways Museum, Gloucester
Boat trips run from 24 March to the 4 November and depart from the quayside at the back of the museum.
Our Dunkirk Little Ship, 'Queen Boadicea II', will take you on a captivating 45-minute boat trip along the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal with running commentary.
|Daily from 24 March to 4 November||12.00pm, 1.30pm|
|2 Adults, 2 Children||£18.00|
|3 and under||Free|
If you cruise before the museum reopens on 5 May you will get a free ticket to return to see the galleries.
Please note there will be no cruises on Friday 13th April, Monday 16th April, Tuesday 16th April, Saturday 23rd June & Sunday 22nd July.
For more information contact the museum on 01452 318200 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Last date edited: 6 July 2018