Well Hung Lover


One of Banksy's best loved pieces of street art features an apparently two-timing wife, an angry husband and a naked man dangling from a window. That it sits on the side of a sexual health clinic is surely no coincidence.

The best view is from the mini bridge on Park St that arches over Frogmore St. You'll notice blue blotches on the design – the result of someone firing off a paintball gun.

Lonely Planet's must-see attractions

Nearby Bristol attractions

1. Georgian House


Once the home of the wealthy slave plantation owner and sugar merchant John Pinney, this 18th-century house provides an insight into aristocratic life in…

2. Bristol Cathedral

0.11 MILES

Originally founded as a 12th-century monastery church, Bristol Cathedral was heavily remodelled during the 19th century. It's one of Britain's best…

3. Castles Stencil

0.16 MILES

Hidden away down the side of the Central Library, hunt out the 2011 Banksy stencil that states 'you don't need planning permission to build castles in the…

4. Red Lodge

0.16 MILES

Built in 1590 and remodelled in 1730, this red-brick house showcases a mix of Elizabethan, Georgian and Victorian architecture and decor. The highlight is…

5. We the Curious

0.19 MILES

Bristol's interactive science museum is a playful, hands-on space where 300 'exhibits' fly the flag for curiosity, scientific collaboration and creativity…

6. Bristol Aquarium

0.19 MILES

The underwater habitats you'll encounter here include a Bay of Rays, Coral Sea, Shark Tank and an Amazon River Zone. The underwater viewing tunnel adds…

7. Cabot Tower

0.25 MILES

Set in the small park of Brandon Hill, this 32m ornate red-brick tower was built between 1896 and 1898 to commemorate John Cabot's pioneering voyage in…

8. Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

0.26 MILES

You're in for a few surprises at this classic old Edwardian museum. Look out for the Paint-Pot Angel by world-famous street artist Banksy in the entrance…