Climb Cabot Tower for an unforgettable panorama and enjoy the greatest view of Bristol for free
Set in the lovely Brandon hill park, Cabot tower is free to enter and you can take on the challenge of the steps to the top for views all over bristol and out to Somerset and wales.
“An exquisite collection of art, nature and history, including the history of how people lived in the past compared to the present day. The museum explores cultures of different nations, in order to educate about how different lives for others were, for example the museum explores Japanese culture and history. A museum that’s the perfect size for young visitors – not too little but not too much either!”
“A fabulous showcase of tropical, marine and freshwater creatures from around the world in naturally themed habitats. Great for all ages and situated in the Bristol Harbourside area where there are lots of other sights and activities to visit, including the Bristol M- Shed, We the Curious (see above), the Harbourside Festival (July) and Brunel’s SS Great Britain and lots of waterside restaurants.”
“SS Great Britain is a museum ship and former passenger steamship, which was advanced for her time and designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel”
“Colourful exhibits detailing history of the city and its people in a 1950s' dockside transit shed.”