Bristol Museum & Art Gallery
You're in for a few surprises at this classic old Edwardian museum. Look out for the Paint-Pot Angel by world-famous street artist...
Set in the small park of Brandon Hill, this ornate red-brick tower was built between 1896 and 1898 to commemorate John Cabot's...
During the 18th and 19th centuries, wealthy Bristol merchants transformed the former spa resort of Clifton into an elegant hilltop...
An endearingly scruffy boozer with a warren of wood-panelled rooms and hallways, and at least eight real ales on tap.
Country food with a modern twist is served at the Cowshed. The focus is on quality, locally sourced meat – aged beef, wild rabbit, pork...
Oakfield Pl · interesting places nearby
Bristol Lido information
Bristol's public hot tub dates back to 1849, and after falling into disrepair during the early 20th century, this naturally heated pool has now been restored to its steamy best (with a balmy water temperature of around 24˚C). Priority is given to members; on weekends and busy days the lido is closed for day visitors.
Spa treatments and massage sessions are also available, and there's a good bar and restaurant where you can relax once you're done.