Visitors can never run short of what to see and places to visit in Bristol.
Bristol Zoo Gardens
This is the 5tholdest zoo in the world and is open in summer. It is also the oldest zoo outside the capital city. It was awarded the zoo of the year award in 2004 by Good Britain Guide.
Blue Reef Aquarium
This amazing aquarium transports visitors to the grand underwater gardens of the Mediterranean and the beautiful tropical waters. The aquqrium is home to most species, including seahorses, ,pufferfish, living corals and tropical sharks.
Clifton Suspension Bridge
The bridge is always open to the public and is is the city’s most famous landmark. Brunel’s 19thcentury spans the Aron Gorge at 75 metres height. On the other side of the bridge is a visitor’s centre.
Built over 3 years and in excess of 500 million pounds, it boasts of 120 days, including names like Harvey Nichols, House of Fraser, and others. It stretches over 200 000 feet of prime retail space. Most famous chain stores can be found here.
Bristol Museum and Art Gallery
This is Bristol’s major museum and art gallery. It houses diverse and magnificent objects including sea dinosaurs and beautiful art, a visit to the museum is always inspirational.
Where To Be
There are many malls for visitors to be while in Bristol.
Located in Colston Street, the Hall offers a wid variety of acoustic music including classical, world and jazz music. This is one of the best places to be and has a nice vibe.
This is one of the most popular pubs in Bristol. The pub regularly hosts alternative liberal electronic dance and rave music events. Live music is also offered from time to time.
The Mall still features an old post-war structure. It contains the mall galleries. The mall is big and has many shops including Primark, Lush and Next. It is not as grand as Cabot Circus but also offers great shopping experience.