Attractions

* The Clifton Suspension Bridge & The Avon Gorge
* Bristol Zoo & it’s Beautiful Gardens
* The Red Lodge - an Elizabethan House
* Tyntsfield House - spectacular Victorian Country House & Estate, set in wonderful gardens
* The Georgian House - 18th Century, built by Bristol Sugar Merchant John Penny
* A variety of Museums - covering many aspects of Bristol Heritage
* Bristol Cathederal - an Augustinian Monastery (founded in 1140AD)
* The Roman Catholic Cathederal of St’s Peters & Paul, Clifton - built in the 1960’s
* St Mary Redcliffe Church - described by Elizabeth 1st as “the fairest Parish Church in England”
* The Matthew - a replica of John Cabot’s 15th Century ship in which he discovered Newfoundland
* The SS Great Britain - The first Translantic Passenger Liner, built in Bristol by Brunel - now being restored
* @ Bristol - Situated on the Harbourside,containing Explore, Wildscreen & The Planitarium
* Balloon Fiesta & Balloon trips - www.goballooning.co.uk
* Theatres - Bristol Hippodrome, Colston Hall, Theatre Royal & New Vic

The Cities of Bath, Cardiff, Cheltenham & Gloucester are all within easy reach, as are the Glorious Cotswolds, Cheddar Gorge & Caves. Berkley Castle, Bowood Park, Badminton House & Longleat are all within an hour’s car journey.
* Trips can be organised by Wessex, Wales & Beyond Tours