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Museum of Gloucester Re-opening

Museum of Gloucester

We are so excited to announce that the Museum of Gloucester and Gloucester Tourist Information Centre have re-opened!

From Tuesday 1 September 2020, their new opening hours will be:

📌 Tourist Information Centre: Monday-Saturday | 10am-3pm

📌 Museum of Gloucester: Thursday-Saturday | 10am-3pm

Please book tickets via phone to avoid disappointment (very limited walk-ins for the museum are available for your safety.) To book your museum tickets, please telephone on 01452 396131 or 396572.

Safety measures have also been implemented at the museum, including:

📌 Changes to opening hours

📌 Pre-booking encouraged

📌 Screens at staffing points

📌 Layout changes to shop

📌 Café is now table service

📌 Clear, informative signage across the site

📌 Some interactive and activity areas removed

📌 Currently no corporate hire...

More information on safety measures can be found on the Museum of Gloucester's website and social media pages below. It's been fun being 'Open online', but the team at the Museum of Gloucester can't wait to welcome you back!

Found within the City of Gloucester is an internationally important collection of treasures of nearly one million objects...

The Museum of Gloucester tells the story of the city’s origins as a Roman settlement and its subsequent development through the Dark Ages and Medieval period. This fine Victorian building also has a significant collection of art including paintings by Richard Wilson, Thomas Gainsborough, John Atkinson Grimshaw and Thomas Dibdin.

The museum features ground floor exhibitions and exhibits that promise a much more interactive experience. Highlights include a Roman kitchen playhouse and medieval street. Part of the original Roman wall can also be viewed within the museum. The Archaeology collection includes the world-famous Birdlip Mirror, impressive Roman tombstones and the Gloucester Tables Set, the oldest complete backgammon set in the world.

Explore Gloucestershire
2 September 2020

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