Clifton Suspension Bridge - Image Destination Bristol

Clifton Suspension Bridge - Image Destination Bristol

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Bristol Landmarks

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  1. Add Brunel's SS Great Britain to your Itinerary

    Brunel's SS Great Britain

    Harbourside

    Step aboard the world’s first great ocean liner, dating back to 1843. Tour the ship, climb the rigging, head deep into the Dry Dock and meet Victorian passengers and explore two additional museums in the historic dockyard

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  2. Add Bristol Old Vic Theatre to your Itinerary

    Bristol Old Vic Theatre

    Old City

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

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  3. Add Bristol Cathedral to your Itinerary

    Bristol Cathedral

    Central 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

    Price

    Free
  4. 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

    Price

    Free

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  5. 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
  6. 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

  7. Add Gloucestershire County Cricket Club to your Itinerary

    Gloucestershire County Cricket Club

    Bishopston

    Fancy some action this summer? Watch GCCC, a professional cricket club here in the heart of Bristol.

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  8. Add Bristol Central Library to your Itinerary

    Bristol Central Library

    Central Bristol

    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.

  9. Add Clifton Observatory to your Itinerary

    Clifton Observatory

    Clifton

    The Bristol tourist attraction features a Camera Obscura and Cave and sits above the Avon Gorge offering superb views of Bristol.

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  10. Add Pero's Bridge to your Itinerary

    Pero's Bridge

    Harbourside

    A pedestrian footbridge that spans Bristol's floating harbour, named in honour of Pero Jones, an enslaved African who lived in Bristol.

    Price

    Free
  11. Add Wookey Hole Caves to your Itinerary

    Wookey Hole Caves

    Somerset

    Wookey Hole Caves is one of the UK’s largest show caves systems deep below the Mendip Hills. It’s home of the Witch of Wookey Hole and offers a magical and historical day out for explorers of all ages.

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  12. 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.

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  13. Add Cheddar Gorge & Caves to your Itinerary

    Cheddar Gorge & Caves

    Cheddar

    Visit the spectacular Cheddar Gorge and Caves, boasting awe-inspiring cliffs and extraordinary subterranean stalactite show caves, plus it holds many fascinating secrets about our prehistoric ancestors. What are you waiting for? Nature, wildlife,…

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  14. Add Castle Park and St Peter's Church to your Itinerary

    Castle Park and St Peter's Church

    Bristol Shopping Quarter

    A picturesque park offering a quiet place to sit or stroll, right alongside the tranquil waters of the city harbour

  15. 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.

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  16. Add George Müller Museum to your Itinerary

    George Müller Museum

    North Bristol

    The new George Müller Museum celebrates the incredible story of how George Müller cared for and educated over 10,000 orphans in Victorian Bristol.

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  17. 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.

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  18. Add Bristol Beacon to your Itinerary

    Bristol Beacon

    Central Bristol

    Bristol Beacon is Bristol’s largest concert hall, presenting concerts and entertainment by major names in rock, pop, jazz, folk, world and classical music, stand up comedy and light entertainment, as well as local choirs, orchestras and schools.

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  19. 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.

  20. 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

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