Located in the small park of Brandon Hill, this redbrick tower was built between 1896 and 1898 to commemorate John Cabot's pioneering...
Well Hung Lover
Originally founded as a 12th-century monastery church, Bristol Cathedral was heavily remodelled during the 19th century. It's one of...
Boston Tea Party
This southwest deli chain serves great sandwiches, wraps, salads and fresh juices. It also has branches on Princess Victoria St and...
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), the book-lined library and the grand drawing rooms, as well as Pinney's cold-water plunge-pool in the basement.