Bristol Museum & Art Gallery
Once the home of the wealthy West India merchant John Pinney, this 18th-century house provides an evocative insight into aristocratic...
Located in the small park of Brandon Hill, this redbrick tower was built between 1896 and 1898 to commemorate John Cabot's pioneering...
Built in 1590 but remodelled in 1730, this red-brick house is a mix of Elizabethan, Stuart and Georgian architecture. The highlight is...
Shoot some 8-ball at this popular outlet of the pool hall chain.
Popular deli serving gourmet goodies. Branches can be found on Whiteladies Rd, Princess Victoria St and Quaker's Friars.
Queen's Rd · interesting places nearby
Bristol Museum & Art Gallery information
A classic old Edwardian museum that's full of mix-and-match exhibits, taking in everything from dinosaurs and Asian antiques to Assyrian reliefs. The French and Eastern Art sections are particularly strong: look out for paintings by Pissarro and Renoir, and a new 'Red Gate' sculpture by the Chinese artist Guan Donghai. As you enter, look up to see the famous Bristol Boxkite, an early design of propeller-powered biplane, dangling from the ceiling.