The ever popular Gloucester Ghost Walks return on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights at 7.00pm.
Anne and Denise have taken over the tours and tickets are now available for all weekly tours. Taking place every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (unless stated otherwise), tours will begin at 7.00pm outside the Tourist Information Centre on Southgate Street.
Pre booking is advised and please check the dates on www.gloucesterghostwalks.co.uk before purchasing a ticket.
Tickets: Adult – £8.00 Concession/disabled – £5.00 Child – £5.00
Adult and Concession tickets can be purchased at Gloucester Tourist Information Centre on 01452 396572.
Child tickets can be purchased through the Ghost Walks website.
All tickets are non refundable.
Please arrive 5 minutes before the tour is due to begin.
Don’t miss this fantastic winter spectacle – from the comfort of the heated Peng observatory hear the Slimbridge reserve warden’s commentary as he feeds the thousands of wintering wild birds and hundreds of Bewick’s swans that have flown all the way from arctic Russia to be here.
1st Nov to 28th Feb. Time: 4 pm
Price: it is included in the normal admission cost and free to members.
The snowdrop collection has been greatly enhanced at Colesbourne Park in recent years by Henry Elwes and his wife Carolyn and is now one of the best in the whole country. Visitors can walk through the ten acre garden with its woodland and lakeside paths, the new Spring Garden and the formal garden to see huge banks of snowdrops, hellebores and other winter plants.
Ticket price (guide): £7 – under 16s free.
One of the premier horse racing events of the year.
Starts Tuesday 15th March, culminating in the famous Gold Cup on Friday 18th
GWR invites you to this mysterious train ride. The train will depart from Toddington Station at 7pm and a thrilling mystery will enfold around you. A traditional steam train and the charming cotswold countryside, a perfect plot for a murder mystery!
Also, it is The Cheltenham Fryer, enjoy your fish and chips delivered to your reserved seats by the GWR train stewards.
9th July, 13th August, 3rd September, 17th September
Fun for all the family, featuring flower crafts and of course chocolate. Set amongst the backdrop of the beautiful Cotswolds and surrounded by award winning gardens.
Tudor fun with Zoolab workshop, Henry’s Horrid Histories and the Mary Rose pop-up museum and activities. The chance to explore the castle’s historic rooms and award-winning gardens; meet feathered friends in the owlery and pheasantry – and you’ve got the makings of a great family day out at Sudeley Castle.
Drop in sessions: 10am – 12 noon and 1 – 3pm (children must be accompanied by an adult).
£5 per child
At Longborough, we have a fully-fledged opera house seating 480, complete with an orchestra pit accommodating up to 65 players. It is built in the grounds of our house on the edge of the Cotswold village of Longborough with beautiful views across the Evenlode Valley, and has been included in the latest Pevsner guide to buildings in England. In 2007 the building had a major face lift: a new façade and a new insulated raised roof were added, together with a new staircase and grand upper foyer.
- Indoor Event
- On-Site café/restaurant
- Picnic Site