Gloucester's indoor entertainment venues need your support

With everything from visiting the museum, taking a trip to one of the cinemas, immerse yourself in virtual reality or escape from zombies — there’s so much to experience in Gloucester.

A host of businesses in Gloucester welcomed customers and visitors back for the first time in months in May 2021 and, with this in mind, business-led, non-profit organisation Gloucester BID is encouraging people to support the city’s indoor entertainment venues.

So, whether you’re looking to experience the thrill of a rollercoaster ride without the long queues, explore the wonderful world of The Ladybird Artists, learn more about Gloucester’s origins as a Roman settlement, want to escape from a zombie apocalypse or catch a glimpse of Peter Rabbit and his friends on the big screen — there is so much to enjoy in Gloucester.

The Gloucester BID website has a list of venues that you can support including immersive entertainment centre VRXPERIENCE, the Museum of Gloucester, Trapdoor Escape Rooms and of course, one of the cinemas — where Peter Rabbit 2 is currently being shown which features elements of the city — and so much more.

For more information and to see what venues you can visit in Gloucester, see gloucesterbid.uk.

By Maddy Richards


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Tuesday 08 June 2021

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