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About Bristol - A series of themed pictorial tours around Bristol, including famous and not so well known landmarks.
Bed Breakfast Bristol UK Directory - A small local directory of bed and breakfast accommodation in and around Bristol. Information on restaurants, pub food outlets and local attractions is also provided.
Bristol Connect - Information about Bristol including sights, leisure, eating out, education, shopping and sports.
A Bristol Taxi Driver - Mike Maddock's personal guide to the city, what's on, taxi history, photo gallery, opinions on the local council and links.
Bristol, We loves 'ee - Offers a video of a portrait of Bristol and its people.
Things to do around Bristol and the Southwest - Places for family and children to visit around Bristol for day trips, social gatherings and holidays.
Visit Bristol - The official city council tourism portal. A comprehensive, impartial and expert guide for visitors and locals alike.
Bristol Zoo Gardens - Both a tourist attraction and a conservation education charity, aiming to conserve wildlife and its habitats. Information for visitors and on its conservation and education work.
Clifton Suspension Bridge - Brunel's world-famous bridge, history, facts and figures, Visitor Centre and news.
Forest of Avon - An area of 221 square miles around Bristol where a partnership of like minded individuals and organisations are working together to transform the local landscape.
GWRFM Big Balloon - Details on the tethered helium passenger balloon located in Castle Park. Includes current visibility, waiting times and flying status. Horse World - A visitor centre for one of the UK's largest horse rescue charities with over 200 horses: events, location map, opening hours, charges. Matthew of Bristol - A reconstruction of John Cabot's famous ship and its journey to Newfoundland 500 years ago. History and information. SS Great Britain - Unofficial website of the history and restoration of the ss Great Britain: links, map, conservation. SS Great Britain - Dedicated to the SS Great Britain, built by Isambard Brunel, which had a huge impact on world travel, engineering and shipbuilding; Now in Dry Dock in Bristol. 'Official' site of the restoration project.
Acton Court - A Tudor courtier house built by Nicholas Poyntz at Iron Acton, Bristol. Illustrated history and description of the house and grounds today, plus visitor information including calendar of events and location map. Architecture Centre - A charitable trust with a programme including exhibitions, guided tours, visits, discussions, workshops and lectures. Bristol Cathedrals, Churches and Chapels - Phil Draper's list of Christian places of worship, past and present. For some he provides photographs and descriptions, for others brief comments and links. Part of the Church Crawler site. Bristol Civic Society - An independent, non-political organisation whose activities include pressing for the highest standard for new buildings and working to preserving important buildings and open spaces. Links, membership details, events diary and newsletter. Bristol Photographs - These pictures by Michael A. Matthews of Bristol's churches, historic and modern buildings and other landmarks come with brief histories, for which he gives references. Bristol Society of Architects - Searchable listing of architecture and construction links, competition news, local events and history of the society from Bristol and Bath RIBA. Faculty of the Built Environment, University of the West of England - A large, multi-disciplinary faculty, covering a wide range of subjects relating to the natural and built environments: architecture, planning, housing, surveying and construction. John Wesley's Chapel - The oldest Methodist chapel in the world (1739) located in Broadmead. History, information about guided tours and publications. Kings Weston House - 18th century manor house offering a variety of functions from business lets to weddings: services, contact details, events and history. St Mary Redcliffe - Magnificent church described by Queen Elizabeth I as 'The goodliest, fairest and most famous parish church in England'. Ground plan and illustrated tour.
At-Bristol - A hands-on science and natural history centre situated near the city docks somprising Explore, Wildwalk and IMAX. Programme details, map and links. Blaise Castle House - 18th-century manor house, now a city museum with a collection of exhibits of every day life, set in an estate landscaped by Humphrey Repton. Pictures, opening times and contact details. Bristol City Museums and Art Galleries - The Council gives the location and opening hours for its six museums and historic sites, with details of their collections and exhibitions. Bristol Industrial Museum - An old transit shed in the Floating Harbour containing over 700 exhibits relating to Bristol's long and varied industrial past. Details and visitor information. British Empire and Commonwealth Museum - Exhibits detailing Britain's colonial past, situated in Brunel's Old Station at Temple Meads: educational activities, hiring the museum and news. Georgian House - 18th-century town house built by plantation owner and slave trader John Pinney. Opening hours, contact details and pictures. Red Lodge - Tudor house now owned by the City Museums. Opening hours, contact details and pictures.