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;...
This venerable Clifton local looks fresh from a recent refit, and now serves grub, too, in addition to its Cask Marque approved ales.
Everything from goat's-cheese tart and Serrano ham to damson jam and poppy-seed cake is stocked at this gorgeous deli, where the shelves...
Oakfield Pl · interesting places nearby
Bristol Lido information
Bristol's public hot tub dates back to 1849, but after falling into disrepair during the early 20th century, this lovely naturally heated pool has now been fully restored and is back to its steamy best (with a balmy water temperature of around 24˚C). Spa treatments and massage sessions are also available, and there's a rather good bar and restaurant where you can relax once you're done. Priority is given to members; on weekends and busy days the lido is closed for day visitors, so phone ahead to make sure there's space.