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Ancient, spectacular and a beautifully serene place to visit, the Cathedral is one of the most magnificent Gothic buildings in the world.
Climb the 269 steps of Gloucester Cathedral Tower and marvel at the spectacular views of Gloucestershire countryside spanning 40 miles.For history buffs and the energetic, continue onto the historic Cathedral where Henry III was crowned, Edward II was buried and where pilgrims have flocked for centuries.Harry Potter fans will get a kick out of Gloucester cathedral as the stunning cloisers doubled up as Hogwarts in two of the films and a walk around them is a real treat.NB -Tower Tour only suitable for reasonably fit people and children over 6.
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