We know that everyone likes to see famous landmarks and in Bristol we have plenty for you to tick off your list. From the majestic and world-famous Clifton Suspension Bridge to Georgian Queen Square and beautiful Cabot Tower.
We've pulled together our top recommendations for the key sights to see while you’re visiting Bristol to help you get started. We know that it can be difficult to know where to start when exploring a new city. That's why we're here to help.
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Step aboard the award-winning Brunel's ss Great Britain for a ship shape and Bristol fashion day out!
A pedestrian footbridge that spans Bristol's floating harbour, named in honour of enslaved African Pero Jones.
Professional Cricket Club located in Bristol
Much more than a fascinating building, being a fine example of a hall church, it is a centre of Bristol's history, civic life and culture
A magnificent Georgian park area in the heart of Bristol, surrounded by trees and cobbled streets.
Replica of John Cabot's 1497 ship that he used to discover Newfoundland, which is open for visits and cruises around the harbour
One of the most beautiful churches in all England and one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture in the country
The world famous bridge and the iconic symbol of Bristol, designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel in 1831 and completed in 1864 after his death
Britain's oldest working theatre showcases some of the most cutting-edge theatre in the country.
The Central Library contains the Lending centre, Learning Centre, Children's, Music and Business, Art and Local History libraries along with the Family History, Drama Collection and the Reference Library.
A century-old 105ft tower, set in the gorgeous parkland of Brandon Hill near Park Street in the West End.
Fascinating camera obscura and subterranean cave system alongside Bristol's beautiful Avon Gorge and Clifton Suspension Bridge
Bristol Shopping Quarter
The oldest church in Bristol that's still in operation, founded between 1124 and 1137 by the Earl of Gloucester
Banksy’s ‘Paint-pot Angel’ is a reminder of the hugely successful 'Banksy versus Bristol' Museum exhibition held in 2009
A very early Banksy showing a cat with a spray paint can and two approaching dogs
Bristol's very own anti-establishment grafitti artist Banksy makes his mark on a sexual health clinic with this iconic artwork.
Bristol's very own anti-establishment grafitti artist Banksy makes his mark on Stokes Croft with this iconic artwork
A life-sized bronze statue of Hollywood legend Cary Grant, unveiled in 2001 to commemorate the Bristol-born actor's achievements.
The Girl with a Pierced Eardrum depicts a take on Vermeer’s famous Girl with a Pearl Earring, replacing the girl’s earring with an outdoor security alarm.
An early Banksy of a gorilla in a pink mask. This was accidentally painted over in 2011, but has since been restored and is now a ghostly version of the original.