Bristol's interactive science museum has several zones spanning space, technology and the human brain. In the Curiosity Zone you get to...
Bristol's harbourside aquarium has been newly renovated, with underwater habitats including a Bay of Rays, a Coral Sea, a Shark Tank and...
On Bristol's revived harbourside is one of the country's leading science centres, Explore-At-Bristol. It's crammed with hundreds of...
Bristol's digital media centre hosts regular art-house programs and film-related events, including the Encounters Festival in November.
This ecoconscious restaurant is housed in a converted dock warehouse, and offers a choice of settings: a downstairs cafe for cake,...
Bristol Cathedral information
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Originally founded as a 12th-century monastery church, Bristol Cathedral was heavily remodelled during the 19th century. It's one of Britain's best examples of a 'Hall Church' (meaning the nave, chapels and choir are the same height). Although the nave and west towers are Victorian, parts of the choir are medieval, and the south transept contains a rare Saxon carving of the Harrowing of Hell, discovered under the chapter-house floor after a 19th-century fire.