Received a very friendly welcome when visiting this attraction – the staff were most helpful and I and found much of interest.
It gives an insight into a different way of life now gone and how people both lived and worked on the canals and in particular those between Gloucester and Sharpness also to Tewksbury.
The museum is quite vast being on three floors and you can spend a considerable time there browsing the exhibits. I think some of these could be updated and improved, but guess it’s a question of cash and what Grants or other funding can be obtained.
Certainly this is worth a visit and I hope it goes from strength to strength in the future.
By the way, the whole docks area has been improved greatly; there is plenty of parking, also a large Antique Centre nearby, some good cafes/coffee shops and a covered Outlet Shopping Centre with a fine choice of designer brands so really something for everyone!
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