A maritime archive housing a wealth of materials relating to engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the SS Great Britain and Bristol's naval...
Brunel's SS Great Britain
Bristol's pride and joy is the mighty, innovative steamship, the SS Great Britain, designed by engineering genius Isambard Kingdom...
Set in the small park of Brandon Hill, this ornate red-brick tower was built between 1896 and 1898 to commemorate John Cabot's...
This lovingly converted 1930s cargo vessel used to transport barley and wheat. Fittingly it's now used by the Bristol Beer Factory to...
Middle Eastern market food is the stock-in-trade at this friendly diner in Southville, with characteristic dishes such as borek (filo...
133 Cumberland Rd · interesting places nearby
Spike Island information
Culture vultures should make time to visit Spike Island, a lively centre for visual arts that's home to a collective of artists' studios, a contemporary art gallery and a cracking little cafe (open 8.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday, and noon to 5pm Saturday and Sunday).
It's a short walk south from the SS Great Britain .