Looking for a huge range of great antiques, collectibles and curios at unbeatable prices?
From rare finds, beautiful gifts and classic collector's items, to that little momento of your visit, you’re sure to find what you're looking for at THE GLOUCESTER ANTIQUES CENTRE, located at the heart of our ancient city, with outstanding views of Gloucester's magnificent Cathedral, which is just around the corner.
We look forward to seeing you pay us a visit, where a warm welcome awaits!
Our new elevator is now installed to provide you with easy access to all parts of the Centre upstairs. See picture below at the end of this page. Even more bargains for you to discover!
Opening hours 10.00am to 5.00pm Monday to Saturday and 11.00am to 4.00pm Sunday
Telephone 01452 529716
Excited by the thought of finding treasures from generations past? Do you love the smell of old books or the sight of beautiful antique furniture? Then you’ve come to the right place - Gloucester Antiques Centre has a diverse selection of antiques and collectibles to search through and fine treasures to take home. Discover art, decorative items, stamps, toys, clocks, postcards and cigarette cards, coins, silver and glassware, jewellery, vinyl records, and much, much more!
Take your time in exploring our lovely displays. You never know what you might find as you browse! Something to treat yourself, or, perhaps, a gift for a friend or loved one? You'll find just the right thing here!
We have over 40 knowledgeable dealers, each with their own special range of products and friendly, expert, sales staff available to advise and assist you. All our items are priced clearly and presented in a relaxed, comfortable and well-lit environment.
THIS IS US!
Only a 2 minute stroll from the iconic Gloucester Cathedral!
26 Westgate Street, our home, in the ancient Cathedral quarter, is widely acknowledged to be Britain's finest example of a medieval timber-framed townhouse.
In addition to displaying our stunning range of antiques and collectibles, "Number 26" itself is rich in history, dating back to the 15th century, and has been occupied by various merchants, clothiers and the judiciary (a former Assize Judge's Lodgings) and it was once thought to have been used by Colonel Massey as a military headquarters during the Siege of Gloucester in 1643. The upper floors of the building contain beautiful and outstandingly well preserved Tudor roofing and windows, vintage industrial equipment and boast outstanding views of Gloucester Cathedral. The windows, overlooking Maverdine Lane, are absolutely stunning and are considered one of the best examples of their kind in the country. Furthermore, it's possible to partake in guided tours of the upper floors of Number 26 and Maverdine Lane. For more details, check out our Heritage Page.
Are you an antiques enthusiast/dealer/trader? Come and join us! See our page for traders on this web site for further details.
We are delighted to announce that we have extra floor space available, at very reasonable rates, which would be particularly good for displaying furniture and/or other antique or collectible items.
We also have cabinets available to display smaller items for sale. For further details contact Mick Cant on 01452 529716 or email email@example.com.
Our friendly new Tea Rooms are now open and were visited recently by the cast of 'Allo, 'Allo during Gloucester's wonderful retro weekend.
Why not take the weight off your feet for a few minutes, whilst exploring the Centre, and enjoy one of Mick and Min's lovely snacks, a nice cup of tea, coffee or a refeshing soft drink....?
We'd be delighted to see you!
And here is our new elevator, together with Councillor Paul Toleman, a good friend to the Antiques Centre. It was installed to provide our customers with easy access to all our sales areas and also the Gallery Tea Rooms on the first floor. Enjoy!
We are open all the year round, 7 days a week, Monday to Saturday 10.00am to 5.00pm and Sundays 11.00am to 4.00pm (except Christmas Day and Boxing Day).Our central location puts us close to numerous city centre car parks, a short walk from Gloucester's main-line train and bus stations and a few minutes drive from Junctions 11 and 12 on the M5.