The cathedral is magnificent! Don't miss it if you are in town. There is a lot to explore inside. It was amazing to hear the organ player practicing. We were very lucky to experience that.
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Bristol Cathedral is open and welcoming with guided tours (I was not able to take part) and a fine exhibition programme, at the moment round WWI as citizens of Bristol. Beautiful garden, café (not always open). To be recommended!
We visited Bristol cathedral with a group on tour. We were greeted and welcomed and enjoyed a snack in the lovely quiet gardens. We attended a said Eucharist . Well worth a visit, a beautiful building.
We spent a good hour visiting this beautiful building but as it was raining we didn't look at the garden so next time we are visiting Bristol we must come back and do a proper visit ! The setting next to City Hall, I think...More
I am not religious or intend to be but I do appreciate amazing architecture. This Cathedral is absolutely beautiful. Lots of references to history and people. Very clean and tidy and in immaculate condition. A great place to visit to appreciate the past.
Bristol Cathedral may not be one of the best known cathedrals in England but it is certainly worth a visit if you are in the area. It is a very large building with much to interest the visitor.
Beautiful cathedral, light and airy. Very central location Wonderful restaurant with delightful garden. Very reasonable prices
If you are visiting Bristol, be sure to visit the Twelfth century Cathedral. The best place to park is at the Millennium carpark BS1 5LL. Central to the Cathedral, The Ferry, Friska's fast food restaurant, the Millennium Square and the Watershed where excellent Street food...More
Well worth visiting with lots of interesting historical information inside, not the most ornate cathedral inside but well worth visiting.