Gloucester Cathedral

We have based the review on information provided from the cathedral and online research.  Thank you to Frances Bircher for providing the appropriate information.

Activities available:

*Tribune Gallery, accessible only via a medieval spiral staircase, is an interactive gallery space for both children and adults alike.

* Audio visual interactives, including never seen before views of the Cathedral filmed using a drone

* Multi-sensory recreated medieval chapel

* Dress up as a character from the Great East Window

* Find out about how medieval stone masons built the Cathedral and learn about what our modern masons do today to look after the building

* Design your own gruesome gargoyle”.

Outdoor activities:

“The Cloister Garth is an enclosed garden within the Cathedral but it not a dedicated play area”.

They have family based activities throughout the year such as “Brunch and Bounce”.  http://www.gloucestercathedral.org.uk/visit/things-to-do/family-activities/

Price and entry:  FREE entry to all.

Parking: “Gloucester Cathedral has some limited blue badge parking available on a first come first served basis, or there are many other public car parks around the city”.