Or Grape Written as the locals call it!
Nothing wrong with Brunel's pioneering steamship of course - all part of his grand scheme for travelling from London to New York entirely by his own Great Western enterprise. It looks magnificent moored in the Floating Harbour, it's just that it's not really worth the steep admission fee to get on board.
It's considered cool to get married on board, apparently.
Unique Suggestions: Enjoy looking at it from one of the water taxis
It's just a list of some places to consider not visiting alone. Not that it will cause you any harm, I've visited them alone myself, but just in case you don't like risking yourslef.
Unique Suggestions: St Paul's, Jamaica St area, Fishponds
Fun Alternatives: Just don't go there much...
7 Great George Street, off Park Street, Bristol, BS1 5RR
Telephone: (0117) 9211362
Bristol Zoo Gardens
Clifton, Bristol BS8 3HA.
Telephone 0117 970 6176 Fax 0117 973 6814, Bath, BA1 1LZ
Not recommended in winter - frozen animals huddle in the back of their cages
The Red Lodge
Park Row, Bristol, BS1 5LJ
Tel: 0117 921 1360
Open April to October only
Saturday to Wednesday (closed Thursday and Friday), 10am-5pm
Though to be fair - it is free (see piccy)
Parking a nightmare
Bristol Old Vic, King Street, Bristol BS1 4ED
0117 987 7877
Packed with pretentious poseurs
i have always wanted to see stonehenge... and it is pretty neat.. bunch of huge rocks out in the middle of a field! im cheap, so i didnt pay the 5 or so pounds to get in the gated area, but got a pretty good shot by climbing on my friends back...
SS Great Britian and the Matthew.
Location: Anchor Road, Bristol
Ok I have also Listed this under Must see but to charge 6 pounds to go and see her is a rip off especially as you can walk over the bridge and see just as much.