Gloucester Quays Designer Outlet
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Fantastic value at this Outlet Centre. Also includes a cinema and an historic dock with museum.
Outlet Bargains galore. Great places to eat, make a day of it with a tour of the river on a boat tour
Outlet shopping centre set in historic Gloucester docks. Good selection of restaurants and pubs.
The Gloucester Quays has a newly built shopping centre with outlets from many of the big brands. One the best places to shop in the county. Also has sightseeing, museums, restaurants situated right on the Quayside.
Great shopping in Gloucester Quays - a modern shopping development by the water & cinema
Gloucester Quays Outlet have an outstanding mix of high street and designer labels at up to 70% off recommended retail prices.
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