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We found this place by accident whilst wandering the streets of Gloucester whilst on holiday in the area. It's such a lovely quaint little place - a must see. There is a room set up just as it was in the book and a little...More
This treasure changed our opinion of Gloucester...until we found it, Gloucester seemed less than impressive but this was such a delight. How lovely it was to see where Beatrix Potter had actually worked and to see all the different characters in this beautiful little built...More
Lovely little shop with a small museum dedicated to Beatrix Potters characters. Tucked away down a small alley way on the way to the Cathedral. Spent over an hour here looking round & listening to the very enthusiastic volunteer shopkeeper. My granddaughter,who is 9, loved...More
As I work in Peter Rabbit & Friends in Keswick I just had to visit.
The shop is tucked away down a alleyway near the Cathedral, but it's a real gem.
It's not just a shop it's a museum as well.
Very friendly staff.
The shop is tucked away very close to Cathedral, it is a shop downstaIrs and museum upstairs. They have got a recreations of the Tailor of Gloucesters waistcoat made famous by Beatrix Potters, there was lots of information, it was very well laid out, it...More
Calling all Beatrix Potter fans; this shop has everything you could possibly want regarding Peter Rabbit & Friends. It has stuffed animals, plates, cards, etc. The shop is narrow, but is chock full of happiness from floor to ceiling.
I remember visiting as a child and this weekend I visited over 20 years later! A really unique shop and museum. Small and quaint tucked away in an alley next to the cathedral. Some lovely gifts for babies and small children. Lovely staff. Not the...More
It's a fun little shop with a lovely selection of Beatrix Potter collectibles and toys as well as a magnificent hand-stitched waistcoat on display. The best part for me was when the very nice employee quite innocently asked my wife "Would like to hold the...More
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It's a shop and a small museum. There was a volunteer there to tell about the room and stories. There is also an exhibit upstairs. There is no entrance fee but a donation is appreciated. It's located in an alley near the... More
It's a shop and a small museum. There was a volunteer there to tell about the room and stories. There is also an exhibit upstairs. There is no entrance fee but a donation is appreciated. It's located in an alley near the cathedral. So if you are going to Gloucester it's worth a visit. The town itself is nice too.