Set amid the iconic cranes of Bristol's dockside, this impressive museum is a treasure trove of memorabilia. The exhibits are divided...
The most striking thing about this replica of the vessel in which John Cabot made his landmark voyage from Bristol to Newfoundland in...
An unsettling stencil by Bristol street artist Banksy of the Grim Reaper rowing a boat. It used to sit right on the waterline of the...
Bristol's club-boat has nights for all moods: electro-punk, indie, disco and new wave, plus regular live gigs during the week. Check the...
Riverstation is one of Bristol's original dining-out destinations, and still leads the pack. The waterside location is hard to beat,...
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With tables right beside Bristol's Floating Harbour, this rustic eatery is a top spot for a waterfront lunch. It serves tapas and twists on Mediterranean food; think cured and torched mackerel, mushrooms made pungent by smoked garlic, and smoked chicken made spicy by harissa.