Bristol's public hot tub dates back to 1849, and after falling into disrepair during the early 20th century, this naturally heated pool...
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...
Bristol Zoo Gardens
Highlights at the city's award-winning zoo include a family of eight western lowland gorillas (bossed by silverback Jock) and the Seal...
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...
Quartier Vert information
The QV has been a Whiteladies mainstay for two decades, and after several revamps has settled on Spanish and Southern Med flavours, supplemented by designer cheeses, sausages, tapas and home-baked bread. Wine-tasting and Slow Food courses will knock that philistinic palate into shape.