Main Attractions and Sights in Bristol

The Clifton Suspension Bridge was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, a famous engineer and designer. It was completed only after his death. This bridge stands as the most majestic landmark in Bristol.

Clifton Observatory and Caves Bristol
The Clifton Observatory and Caves houses the Camera Obscura itself which allows you to observe a panoramic outlook of the grassy spot in a straight line surrounding the observatory, and also of Clifton and the central area of Bristol.

SS Great Britain Bristol
Built by Brunel in the year 1843, it is the world’d first iron hulled, screw propeller-driven, steam-powered passenger liner which is now preserved in a dry dock near Bristol harbour.

St Mary’s Redcliffe Church Bristol
This is the most famous parish church in the city. It holds a spectacular architectural design and attracts a large number of tourists.

Bristol Industrial Museum
Located at one of the old harbour transit sheds, the Bristol Industrial Museum is a spectacular behind the times industrial museum that has a great collection of valuable working and static exhibits.

Ashton Court Bristol
One of the most astonishing estates in Bristol is the Ashton Court that is spread of about 850 acres of splendid park and peaceful woodland. It also captures a stunning view of the Bristol city.

At-Bristol is a collective name for the IMAX cinema, the Wildwalk and Explore science centres where many of the entertainment can be found.

Theatre Royal Bristol
Featuring many of the old Georgian style, the Theatre Royal in Bristol, one of the oldest surviving theaters in the city is popular among the people.

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