If you’re after unique shops in Bristol, this is the place for you. Located in Clifton Village, this Victorian shopping arcade is home to the cutest little shops. There’s also a great café to eat at with fresh food served throughout the day.
Built in 2000, this steel-cable-stayed bridge runs across Bristol’s Floating Harbour amongst a newly developed area behind Temple Mead station, for pedestrians and cyclists.
Bristol Zoo Gardens
What better for a fun day out than to the zoo? Bristol Zoo Gardens is home to over 400 species of animals, including gorillas, monkeys, penguins and reptiles. Fun fact: it’s the fifth oldest zoo in the world!
Brandon Hill/Cabot Tower
It’s the oldest park in Bristol, and Brandon Hill doesn’t disappoint when it comes to views over the city. This popular spot is situated just off Park Street in the West End and features arguably the icon of Bristol’s skyline, Cabot Tower. Enjoy walks within the nature conservation area and take in the views.