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Stately Homes and Gardens of England Black Taxi Tour from London
"Start your day being collected from your central London hotel in your own private iconic London taxi. Leaving London head out to the first major stop- Bowood House.Bowood House sits within 100 acres of beautifully landscaped ‘Capability’ Brown Parkland a than at Bowood? Deemed to be one of the finest examples in the country with a flowing mix of plantations and sweeping lawns leading down to a winding mile-long lake. The Bowood landscape has an exceptionally interesting history which will be revealed in which will be displayed in The Orangery of Bowood House. You will explore not only the house but the gardens. See the gardens ablaze with colour from abundant rhododendrons azaleas and marigolds a spectacle not to be missed. Wander the house and view the rooms and wonderful historical memorabilia . The house is a mix of Georgian Architecture and historical treasures such as Queen Victoria's wedding chair and Napoleon's death mask plus a host of other fascinating historical features. Leaving Bowood behind you can now choose your second half of the day. Choose from a visit to one of the following: Blenheim Pal Greys Court
From GBP699.00
 
Stately Homes and Gardens of England Black Taxi Tour from London
"Start your day being collected from your central London hotel in your own private iconic London taxi. Leaving London head out to the first major stop- Bowood House.Bowood House sits within 100 acres of beautifully landscaped ‘Capability’ Brown Parkland a than at Bowood? Deemed to be one of the finest examples in the country with a flowing mix of plantations and sweeping lawns leading down to a winding mile-long lake. The Bowood landscape has an exceptionally interesting history which will be revealed in which will be displayed in The Orangery of Bowood House. You will explore not only the house but the gardens. See the gardens ablaze with colour from abundant rhododendrons azaleas and marigolds a spectacle not to be missed. Wander the house and view the rooms and wonderful historical memorabilia . The house is a mix of Georgian Architecture and historical treasures such as Queen Victoria's wedding chair and Napoleon's death mask plus a host of other fascinating historical features. Leaving Bowood behind you can now choose your second half of the day. Choose from a visit to one of the following: Blenheim Pal Greys Court
From GBP699.00
 
Stately Homes and Gardens of England Black Taxi Tour from London
"Start your day being collected from your central London hotel in your own private iconic London taxi. Leaving London head out to the first major stop- Bowood House.Bowood House sits within 100 acres of beautifully landscaped ‘Capability’ Brown Parkland a than at Bowood? Deemed to be one of the finest examples in the country with a flowing mix of plantations and sweeping lawns leading down to a winding mile-long lake. The Bowood landscape has an exceptionally interesting history which will be revealed in which will be displayed in The Orangery of Bowood House. You will explore not only the house but the gardens. See the gardens ablaze with colour from abundant rhododendrons azaleas and marigolds a spectacle not to be missed. Wander the house and view the rooms and wonderful historical memorabilia . The house is a mix of Georgian Architecture and historical treasures such as Queen Victoria's wedding chair and Napoleon's death mask plus a host of other fascinating historical features. Leaving Bowood behind you can now choose your second half of the day. Choose from a visit to one of the following: Blenheim Pal Greys Court
From GBP699.00

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Victorian Christmas Market

Characters in Dickensian dress sell locally produced food, drink and gifts in what has become one of the biggest and best seasonal market events in the locality. Highlights include street...
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Jun 09, 2015

Gloucester Quays

Gloucester Quays is a fantastic shopping Mall situated right next to the Historic Docks. Here you will find a fabulous array of high street shops, coffee shops and one or two restaurants such as Pizza...
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Feb 26, 2011

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The high street has charm and many small locally run shops. This photo shows the "Gloucester Poterry Shop". We just had to purchase a little copy of "The Tailor of Glouchester" for fun at a local...
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Feb 12, 2004
 
 
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Gloucester Cathedral

The vast and magnificent building now known as Gloucester Cathedral was, until 1541, the Abbey church of St Peter. It really began life in the late 600s AD/CE when an Anglo-Saxon religious community...
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Gloucester Docks

Gloucester's once-decrepit Victorian docklands has been the focus of concerted restoration and improvement for a couple of decades or so now, with great success. The area has been developed into a...
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National Waterways Museum

The National Waterways Museum Gloucester is housed in a Grade II listed warehouse in the heart of Gloucester’s historic docks beside the Gloucester and Sharpness Ship Canal and the River Severn . The...
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Robert Raikes House

Robert Raikes' house is on Southgate Street and is now a pub of the same name. Robert Raikes (1736 - 1811) was a local newspaper-owner and philanthropist who promoted Sunday schools. These provided...
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Eastgate Street

The portico was first built in 1856 on a site to the West of its' current position and was re-erected here in 1973 following a redevelopment of the area. The three tall arches supported by large...
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St Mary's Gate

St Mary's Gate leads into the Cathedral Close from St Mary's Square, where you'll find the ancient church of St Mary de Lode. The gateway itself dates from the 1200s. It was once the main entrance...
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"A wonderful Medieval cathedral........"
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Balam

"Glevum"
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Myfanwe

"Glorious Gloucester"
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Janani

"Gloucester"
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"Gloucester ~ historic inland port"
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