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Bristol Old Vic Theatre

Bristol Old Vic Theatre

Britain's oldest working theatre showcases some of the most cutting-edge theatre in the country.

Tyntesfield House Bristol

Tyntesfield

National Trust Victorian Gothic house, gardens, woodland, 3 play areas, 2 cafes, and shop...Phew!…

Clifton Observatory

Clifton Observatory

The Bristol tourist attraction features a Camera Obscura and Cave and sits above the Avon Gorge…

Underfall Yard

Underfall Yard

Underfall Yard – the heart of Bristol’s harbour since 1809 and the machines that powered a port.

Bristol History & Heritage

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  1. Add St Mary Redcliffe Church to your Itinerary

    St Mary Redcliffe Church

    Central Bristol

    One of the most beautiful churches in all England and one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture in the country

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    Free
  2. Add Sudeley Castle & Gardens to your Itinerary

    Sudeley Castle & Gardens

    Bristol & Bath

    Walk in the footsteps of Kings and Queens at Sudeley Castle. Delve into a 1000 year history, explore award-winning gardens, indulge in luscious lunches, enjoy the adventure playground, and more.

  3. Add Charles Wesley's House to your Itinerary

    Charles Wesley's House

    Central Bristol

    Visit the home of Charles Wesley, the great Methodist preacher and hymn writer, with everything exactly as it was for him and his family

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    Free
  4. Add The Georgian House Museum to your Itinerary

    The Georgian House Museum

    West End

    One of the most complete 18th century town houses surviving in the UK, offering a glimpse of life hunderds of years ago.

  5. Add Wells Cathedral to your Itinerary

    Wells Cathedral

    Bristol & Bath

    Gothic cathedral in the heart of medieval Wells. Magnificent 13th century West Front; impressive scissor arches; 14th century Vicars' Close. Free daily tours (not Sundays). Family trails, holiday workshops. Entry donations welcomed.

  6. Add The Matthew to your Itinerary

    The Matthew

    Harbourside

    Replica of John Cabot's 1497 ship that he used to discover Newfoundland, which is open for visits and cruises around the harbour

  7. Add Clifton Observatory's Giants Cave to your Itinerary

    Clifton Observatory's Giants Cave

    Clifton

    Ghyston’s Cave, sometimes known as the Giants Cave or Foxhole is a natural cave in the limestone face of St Vincent’s Rocks in the Avon Gorge.

  8. Add John Wesley's Chapel 'The New Room' to your Itinerary

    John Wesley's Chapel 'The New Room'

    Bristol Shopping Quarter

    The oldest Methodist building in the world, constructed as a meeting room and accommodation after Wesley began to preach in 1739.

  9. Add Blaise Castle House Museum and Estate to your Itinerary

    Blaise Castle House Museum and Estate

    Henbury

    Unique mansion that houses some stunning period costumes and everyday Victorian objects, including model trains, dolls and toys

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    Free
  10. Add The Red Lodge Museum to your Itinerary

    The Red Lodge Museum

    West End

    A historic Elizabethan house, with a stunning walled garden and many original or otherwise completely restored features.

  11. Add Camera Obscura and Museum to your Itinerary

    Camera Obscura and Museum

    Clifton

    William West's Camera Obscura is now 1 of only 3 working Camera Obscuras in the UK. This marvellous piece of Victorian engineering has sat on ton of Clifton Observatory’s tower since 1828.

  12. Add Underfall Yard to your Itinerary

    Underfall Yard

    Central Bristol

    Underfall Yard – the heart of Bristol’s harbour since 1809 and the machines that powered a port.

  13. Add George Müller Museum to your Itinerary

    George Müller Museum

    Cotham

    George Müller cared for 10,000 orphans in Victorian Bristol, by faith. The George Müller Museum shares his story and the lives of the Orphans in the New Orphan-Houses.

  14. Add Queen Square to your Itinerary

    Queen Square

    Old City

    A magnificent Georgian park area in the heart of Bristol, surrounded by trees and cobbled streets.

  15. Add Christchurch to your Itinerary

    Christchurch

    A historic church notable for its stunning quarterjacks which still strike every fifteen minutes.

  16. Add Cabot Tower and Brandon Hill to your Itinerary

    Cabot Tower and Brandon Hill

    West End

    A century-old 105ft tower, set in the gorgeous parkland of Brandon Hill near Park Street in the West End.

    Price

    Free
  17. Add The New Room Museum to your Itinerary

    The New Room Museum

    Central Bristol

    The Museum at the New Room tells the incredible story of the lives of John and Charles Wesley, the early beginnings of Methodism and its relevance today. Come and explore our 12 interactive rooms!

  18. Add Glenside Hospital Museum to your Itinerary

    Glenside Hospital Museum

    East Bristol

    Glenside Hospital Museum is located within the grounds of the old hospital, it aims to inform, educate and de-stigmatise mental illness and learning difficulties.

  19. Add St John on the Wall to your Itinerary

    St John on the Wall

    Old City

    The only surviving church founded by Walter Frampton and built on Bristol's saxon inner town wall during the 12th century

    Price

    Free
  20. Add Clifton Suspension Bridge to your Itinerary

    Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Clifton

    The world famous bridge and the iconic symbol of Bristol, designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel in 1831 and completed in 1864 after his death

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