Gloucester Cathedral (Gloucester) Reviews
Description:17, College Green / Gloucester / Gloucestershire / GL1 2LR / Tel: +44 (0)1452 528 095 / Fax: +44 (0)1452 300 469.
Newest Review: ... and some wonderful architecture - painted chapels, bosses, fan vaulted celings, crypts, treasures and much more. The tea shop is very good. There is a lot to explore and to enjoy. In my opinion, one of the main reasons for going to the catherdral is to see the new stained glass window. This is one of the most modern glass windows in the country, and is set in one of the many side chapels. ... more
Customer Gloucester Cathedral (Gloucester) Reviews (1)
by - written on 14/05/01, updated on 14/05/01 (Very useful, 42 readings)
Gloucester cathedral dominates the town's skyline and is visible from miles around. It is a huge building and used to also have an abbey, the ruins of which are still visible. The catehdral is open to visitors during the day, and as it is in the centre of Gloucester, its very easy to visit. There have been religious builsings on this site since Saxon times, there is a great deal of history in the bilding itself, and some wonderful architecture - painted chapels, bosses, fan vaulted celings, crypts, treasures and much more. The tea shop is very good. There is a lot to explore and to enjoy. In my opinion, one of the main reasons for going to the ... Read the complete review
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