SS Great Britain

Bristol | Bath | The Cotswolds

Wells | Glastonbury | Stonehenge

Park St

Colston Hall

The Matthew

Bristol Harbourside

In a dry dock is the SS Great Britain constructed in 1843 by Brunel, the worlds first luxury passenger liner. Alongside is The Matthew a replica of John Cabots 15th Century sailing ship. Take the Ferryboat, and or waterbus to explore the Harbour

The City

City Museum and Art gallery, the Industrial Museum at Princess Wharf, The Georgian House, an Eighteenth century Merchants House. Take an Open Top Guided Bus Tour. Harveys Wine cellars. Bristol Cathedral, much of which dates from Norman times is imposing. Christmas Steps

bristol square

clifton Suspension Bridge

Clifton Suspension Bridge

At Clifton is Brunels Clifton Suspension Bridge and Visitor Centre Clifton is also home of Bristol Zoo, the Penguin exhibit is especially popular. Admirers of Civil Engineering may wish also to visit the Severn Bridge. the longest span of its time.

Around and About Bristol

Only a few miles South East is Bath with its roman ruins, a rich architectural heritage ranging from the Royal Crescent to Pulteney Bridge. Bath a city on every tourists United kingdom must see list. North of Bath are the Cotswolds with yet more mellow stone buildings, idyllic villages, everyones ideal of England. South West of Bristol are Wookey Hole Caves, Britains most impressive show caves, and the limestone landscape of Cheddar Gorge.

Victoria Street

Christmas Steps

Bristol Docks


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