Bristol, Open Top Sight Seeing Bus, UK

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Bristol, Open Top Sight Seeing Bus, UK

 

You can board the bus from any of the stops:

City Centre Broad Quay

Bristol Tourist Information

Baltic Wharf: Caravan Park

ss Great Britain: See Brunel’s steam ship, the ss Great Britain, a unique survival from Victorian times and forerunner of all modern shipping.

Create Centre: See Bristol's vibrant environment centre, which hosts events and exhibitions.

Downs Sea Walls: The park is the city’s own piece of countryside with beautiful landscapes and gardens.

Downs Ladies Mile: The site was popular with horsewomen in the late 19th century.

Zoo Gardens, College Road: See an interesting collection of birds and animals here and enjoy walking through the stunning gardens and grounds.

Clifton Village: Enjoy a walk through Clifton Village, a village within the city.

Victoria Square Victoria Hotel

Victoria Rooms

City Museums Queen Road: Bristol's major museum and art gallery houses an outstanding and diverse range of objects, from sea dinosaurs to magnificent art.

City Centre Hippodrome: The Hippodrome is a historical city centre theatre which hosts musicals, operas and ballet.

Haymarket House of Fraser: Stroll through the quaint stores in the Haymarket.

City Centre Broad Quay

Bristol Bridge: You can browse through the Indoor Market.

Victoria Street: See the famous Novotel hotel.

Temple Meads: Visit the Empire Museum, which represents the first serious attempt in the UK to present a publicly accessible history of the British Empire.

St Mary Radcliff: The tall spire of St Mary Radcliff is an impressive and well known feature of Bristol’s harbour area.

Arnolfini: This is one of Europe's leading centres for contemporary arts.

City Centre Broad Quay

You may choose to conclude this tour at any of the stops mentioned above as per your convenience.