Various cruise operators offer boat trips up and down the River Avon from the landing station underneath Pulteney Bridge, including the...
Bathwick Boating Station
Hovering gracefully above the rushing waters of Pulteney Weir, this elegant bridge is one of only a handful in the world to be lined...
Scruffy pub on boho Walcot St, with a good beer garden and regular bands.
Sam's Kitchen Deli
This eclectic cafe is a fantastic place for lunch, offering a choice of set dishes (including a daily roast), served straight from the...
Lonely Planet review
Sir William Holburne, the 18th-century aristocrat, aesthete and art fanatic, amassed a huge collection which now forms the core of the Holburne Museum, in a lavish mansion at the end of Great Pulteney St. Fresh from a three-year refit, the museum houses an impressive roll-call of works by artists including Turner, Stubbs, William Hoare and Thomas Gainsborough, as well as a fine collection of 18th-century majollica and porcelain.