Folk Museum

at , Gloucester, GL1 2

Folk Museum

Gloucester GL1 2
Contact Phone
P: 1452-396868


Gloucester Folk Museum is housed in two of the oldest buildings in the City of Gloucester, a Tudor merchant's house and a 17th-century town house. The museum, at 99–103 Westgate Street, is devoted to the social history of Gloucestershire. Bishop Hooper is said to have lodged in the buildings now occupied by the museum the night before he was burned at the stake in front of St Mary de Lode Church in 1555.

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