Banksy's Love Triangle Stencil
Originally founded as a 12th-century monastery church, Bristol Cathedral was heavily remodelled during the 19th century. It's one of...
Bristol Museum & Art Gallery
Housed in a stunning Edwardian baroque building, the city museum and art gallery has an excellent collection of British and French art;...
Shoot some 8-ball at this popular outlet of the pool hall chain.
Boston Tea Party
This southwest deli chain serves great sandwiches, wraps, salads and fresh juices. It also has branches on Princess Victoria St and...
Lonely Planet review
This 18th-century house provides an evocative illustration of aristocratic life in Bristol during the Georgian era. The six-storeyed house belonged to West India merchant John Pinney, along with his slave Pero (after whom Pero's Bridge across the harbour is named). It's decorated throughout in period style, typified by the huge kitchen (complete with cast-iron roasting spit), the book-lined library and the grand drawing rooms. Look out for Pinney's cold-water plunge-pool in the basement.