Set in the small park of Brandon Hill, this ornate red-brick tower was built between 1896 and 1898 to commemorate John Cabot's...
Well Hung Lover
A saucy stencil by Banksy, the controversial graffiti artist, which sits on the side of a building. It features an angry husband, a...
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...
Boston Tea Party
First-rate sandwiches, wraps, salads and fresh juices are served up in style at this southwest deli chain's very first store.
7 Great George St · interesting places nearby
Georgian House information
Once the home of the wealthy West India merchant John Pinney, this 18th-century house provides an evocative insight into aristocratic life in Bristol during the Georgian era. It's decorated in period style, typified by the huge kitchen (complete with cast-iron roasting spit), book-lined library and grand drawing rooms, as well as Pinney's cold-water plunge-pool in the basement.