Tales of the Tombs

Monday 5 September, Wednesday 7 September, Thursday 8 September

Photo credit: Angelo Hornak

Join a knowledgeable Cathedral Guide to discover seven of the most fascinating medieval tombs and monuments within Gloucester Cathedral. As well as the stories behind them, this entertaining tour will provide you with an insight into the style and symbolism of the tombs and explores the intriguing question ‘where are the bodies?!’

Monday 5 September: 14.00 – 15.30
Wednesday 7 September: 11.00 – 12.30
Thursday 8 September: 11.00 – 12.30

This event forms part of the Voices Gloucester programme, which coincides with Gloucester History Festival 2022. Find out more by clicking on the button below.

Voices Gloucester
Special Event
From September 7, 2022 To September 8, 2022
Opening times
5, 7, 8 September
Nave 12 College GreenGloucesterGL1 2LX
Adult £8
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Getting Here

  • Address

    12 College Green Gloucester GL1 2LX
  • Map

  • How to find us

    The Cathedral is located in the historic heart of Gloucester and our spectacular tower can be seen from many spots in and around the city.

    Click here to download or print off a guide on ‘Getting to Gloucester Cathedral’

  • Parking

    We are sorry that due to limited space, parking in the Cathedral Close is restricted to pass holders only.

    There are eight disabled parking spaces which are for use by Blue Badge holders on a first come first served basis.

    However, there are several public car parks within easy walking distance of the Cathedral.

    To find out more please download our parking guide or click here for up-to-date information.

  • Arriving by Public Transport

    The Cathedral is located in Gloucester Town Centre, so the best way to get here is by public transport.

    We are a 10-15 minute walk from both the train and bus stations. You can also use Gloucester’s Park and Ride.

    Click here for more information about this service.

  • Cycling

    There are bike racks available on Cathedral Green. Route 41 of the National Cycle Network runs through the Cathedral grounds – find out more about the route here.