Gloucester Recreating the Past

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Gloucester: Recreating The Past with Andrew Armstrong and Phil Moss

Join city archaeologist Andrew Armstrong and local historian and illustrator Phil Moss as they tell the story of Gloucester through its amazing archaeological discoveries and its magnificent buildings, celebrated in the their new book "Gloucester: Recreating the Past".

Andrew and Phil will also be taking questions after the talk and signing copies of their book in the Museum shop and café.

A Museum Shop Sunday event…

If you stand today in the middle of Gloucester, you’re above 2,000 years of history: a Roman fortress, a Saxon royal centre, a prosperous Medieval market town, a Roundhead bastion and a Victorian industrial hub...

If you stand today in the middle of Gloucester, you’re above 2,000 years of history: a Roman fortress, a Saxon royal centre, a prosperous Medieval market town, a Roundhead bastion and a Victorian industrial hub...

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Entry to the museum is by donation, simply pay what you think! We advise booking museum admission tickets online to avoid disappointment (you can donate online when you book or in the museum itself…)

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Adult ticket£5.00 per ticket
Child ticket£3.00 per ticket

For further information and to book tickets, go to: https://www.museumofgloucester.co.uk/events/gloucester-recreating-the-past

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Gloucester: Recreating The Past with Andrew Armstrong and Phil Moss

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Brunswick Road, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL1 1HP
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