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The Georgian House Museum
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Stanton Drew Stone Circles & Cove
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St Mary Redcliffe Church
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The New Room\/John Wesley's Chapel
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Bristol Cathedral
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Temple Church
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Clifton Suspension Bridge
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Pero's Bridge
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Brunel's Swivel Bridge
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Bristol Temple Meads Station
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Bristol City Hall
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Raja Ram Mohan Roy Tomb
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Pero's Bridge
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#1 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
If you're coming to Bristol you must visit this lasting monument to one of the greatest Britons Free to walk across Amazing amazing views Visitors centre on the Leigh woods side and sometimes a free tour on a Sund...
A Fantastic Easter Sunday well worth a visit stunning Views great ice cream van there if anyone was unsure to visit this beautiful landmark GO it's really beautiful people we met very friendly
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#2 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
Outstanding insight to the History of the Building, delivered by Students who make the tour fun and interesting -topped off with the best views in Bristol, a must if visiting for a short break
Fascinating tour of parts of the Wills Building as well as the Tower and Great George (bell): history of the university, surrounding architecture etc. Extra special on a clear view day.
#3 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
St Mary Redcliffe is a highly recommended historical site in Bristol, with is Gothic historic architecture built in the 14th century, it is a very loved place its easy to tell by how gorgeously preserved it is - t...
... which are delightfully rude!), some really elegant 18th century ironwork, beautiful stained glass, a world famous organ, a fabulous hexagonal grand entrance porch, and a tower giving superb views over the town.
#4 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
Plenty of steps to the top but worth it for the view, panoramic Bristol skyline views are incredible and the tower is set in the lovely Brandon Hill Park - one of my favourite places in Bristol.
We were very lucky with the weather - sunny dry day in December!! great views all over the city - Suspension Bridge - SS Great Britain , Harbour area and the whole expanse of Bristol - well worth a visit and the e...
#5 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
Whatever your views on religion this place is very well worth a visit.
If you are a fan of Poldark, then a must visit site.
#6 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
This is a beautiful theatre with comfortable seating, excellent views of the stage and good acoustics.
The Old Vic is a pure theatre experience under many points of view: the architecture and the structure are elegant and cosy, it can welcome many people albeit looking small.
#7 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
An absolutely beautiful cemetery park with breathtaking views of the city.
The graves and the chapels were all amazing sights.
#8 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
This quaint little hamlet is quite hidden from view until you go through the gate, then you feel completely transported back in time, beautiful and picturesque
#9 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
A visit to the beautiful building is well worth the effort and the city of Bristol is to be complimented for maintaining this landmark and making it available to all.
Hidden away, although you do get a view of the top storey from the road.
#10 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
... for Charity but we were very fortunate to be able to attend the special Carol Service for the Mercy Ships which was wonderful and afterwards were able to have a walk around the Cathedral to view properly.
This cathedral is so un known but should be celebrated as one of Europes beautiful sights , it is absolutely magnificent and if you are in the city you definitely should visit
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#11 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
Fascinating view of a Georgian merchant's house and life.
A good time spend in this lovely house especially as it's free to view.
#12 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
Great views of Bristol all the way, entertaining singing, and of course a chance to get a really good look at a superb reconstructed 15th century ship.
Went on this trip today fish and chip jolly i loved it being bristol born was lovely to see a different view the boat is beautiful the crew are fantastic fish and chips were good good history given by the crewfelt...
#13 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
Loads to do and see Brunels SS Great Britain M Shed local history of Bristol .John Cabots ship The Mathew loads of ferries dashing all around the docks great views loads of food and drink outlets.
... , Brunel's Buttery , The SS Great Britain , The marina , Spike Island , The Cottage , check out the view of Avon Gorge ,over to The Pumphouse , walk along the recently tidied up dockside , check out the new Ap...
#14 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
Historic beautiful building in vast parkland of varied fauna/flora, catering for those picnicking, relaxing with a drink/snacks, taking in the beautiful views, or the more energetic outdoor activities - walking, c...
(Which I do quite often!) highly recommend for a great view of bristol and just to chill and get away from the hustle and bustle
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#15 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
The Historic Queens square site of the infamous Bristol Riots ! a Tranquil setting to have a rest or a picnic lunch , The Square it self has many interesting Buildings situated her ,including the site of Americas...
Queen square is one of the lovely spots that you will find in Bristol for just walking around, having a relax and just taking in the views of what is one of the oldest parts of Bristol, close to the waterfront, pu...
#16 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
Follow the path around past the old mill and then on to Tarn lake, here we then turned back and joined a path that took us up past the Butchers cave as you climb up you get some great views over the gorge, then on...
... places for walking the dog or letting the kids run wild, with a large play area , Blaise hamlet now owned by the national trust is in walking distance and a lovely little place to visit, there is a cafe on site.
#17 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
Beautifull views of wild mountains one mile from Bristol`s city centre, it`s like you are transported in a totally different area and you forget that less than 400 yards away there is civilization :)) Great for an...
Very pleasant lady welcomed us - break from cleaning duties - upstairs to the observatory and the camera obscura and good view of the bridge - steps down to the cave and viewing point - very steep and quiet narrow...
#18 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
This is the oldest Church in Bristol and I would thoroughly recommend a visit to view for yourself the history that this Church holds.
There is an on site café, meeting rooms for hire and lots of interesting history about the building.
#19 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
Beautiful site, great facilities, so much to see.
#20 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
Plenty of space and climbing stuff to keep the kids amused in between looking at the animals, and unlike many places you can bring your own lunch rather than buy it on site.The gift shop was surprisingly cheap if...
We didn't try the restaurant on site as we took a picnic - they provide an indoor picnic area if the weather is poor, a great idea - but we did have a couple of hot drinks that were very reasonably priced.
#21 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
The food was great, all grown on site and I was happy to pay for the privilege of eating fresh produce although £3 for the minty lemonade was a bit much!
#22 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
The view from the allotments to the distant trees is beautiful.
#23 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
Lovely sights , such a hidden gem visited while in the area and so glad we did , even the drive up to it was gorgeous
Magical stones - second only to Avebury - and in my view better!
#24 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
The views are amazing, lovely big patio and courtyard and the vineyard is an added bonus (their own wine is delicious), it’s just got a lot of character with a laid back feel to it.
There is a lovely little self catering cottage on the farm/vineyard site, which we booked for one night when visiting our son in Bristol (about 10 miles away).
#25 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
The room was luxurious, enormous bed, beautiful views of the orchard and most importantly, free sherry!
... a huge room,Mary 1st,a 4 poster so comfy it was a wrench to leave, a shower you could drown in, and a view through the massive windows onto the gardens and adjoining church, and the food, intense flavors that ...
#26 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
Newcomers beware, some silly builder thought it a good idea to put an ugly view blocker building at the bottom of Christmas Steps, so you may have a hard job finding it to begin with.
An interesting place to visit ,but not easy to find for the casual visitor.Very steep,a great view from the top looking down .Some interesting shops .
#27 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
Clear signage to the area of the stands you are looking for, and of course great views of the pitch uninterrupted by stanchions.
The seats are comfy (there is more legroom in the Lansdown stand) and all gave a good view.
#28 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
A useful cafe provides all the usual fare, as well as hot food to order - my bacon roll was delicious - and you can eat outside with a fantastic view of the harbour and the Hotwells hillside.
This is a working boatyard that allows visitors to roam around most of the site, it outlines the history of Bristol docks and the systems used to keep the place a useable facility for ships.
#29 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
Great landmark ....leaning tower
#30 of 74 Sights & Landmarks in Bristol
The first station (Brunels passenger shed) is to the side and at the front of the site.