Easter tea cruises

Published: Wednesday, 03 March 2010

THE  Waterway Museum at Gloucester is running  a special tea cruise along the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal on Easter Sunday.

This will between 3.00pm and 5.00pm on 'King Arthur', and will include Easter cakes and tea and a spot the bunny competition.

The  General Manager Doreen Davies tells us:

"A cruise offers a fantastic alternative option for celebrating Eater and is sure to keep children and adults alike entertained. A great way to start the school holidays."

There will also be an egg decoration competition in the museum on Easter Sunday. It will be judged by The Mayor of Gloucester; Chris Witts and prizes awarded for age groups (3-5) (6-8) and (9-11) years.

New cruise season

The Easter Tea Cruise starts the new cruise season at the Waterways Museum.  There will be carvery lunch cruises later in the year.  The King Arthur will be well used this season, with  cruises to Tewkesbury, Saul Junction and Sharpness.

There will also be disco cruises, fathers' day lunch cruises, and jazz cruises.

King Arthur has a fully licenced bar onboard and can also be booked for private hire.