The House of the Tailor of Gloucester stands within the shadow of the Cathedral in College Court. This was the area that inspired Potter to write what she described as her favourite book. The museum and shop are staffed by volunteers, both enthusiastic and knowledgeable about Beatrix Potter and her works.
Located in Brunswick Road the Gloucester City Museum and Art Gallery is a fun place to learn about the history of Gloucester with many displays and interactive exhibits charting the history of the city including Iron Age artefacts, a Roman kitchen and a medieval street scene.
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