Things to do on Holidays in Bristol England

Bristol is England’s sixth most populous cities and is the largest centre of culture, employment and education in the region. Incredibly, Bristol is also one of the warmest cities in UK which means that it is always full of tourists during the summer time who get to see a lot of attractions of the city.

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    The Brunel’s SS Great Britain is definitely worth a visit. It’s very astounding to see how the boat has been displayed as you can walk all around the ship’s hull and there’s plenty to see inside, which is not the case with most of the boats.

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    The Lion King at the Bristol Hippodrome is a must see attraction for people who love going to theatre every now and then. Just a few rows from the front and you have a great view. Although most of the performances are geared up towards children, you are sure to have a good time at the Hippodrome.

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    Clifton Suspension Bridge is just beautiful to say the least. Just take a lovely walk there are take pictures as you go.

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    Arnos Vale Cemetery is around 45 acres of lush green land peppered with memorials and some really fascinating displays. The Vale has something for everyone and is not good to miss out on.

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    St. Mary Redcliffe Church is a historical religious landmark and is worth a watch for everyone regardless of colour and race.

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    At-Bristol is a science museum and has things to do and see for people of all age groups. You can easily spend a great day with any member of your family here at the museum which indeed is one of a kind.

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    If you are in Bristol, a visit to the Bristol City Docks is a must. Spend an afternoon walking around this historic area and if it’s too cold for you, just go to any little place to eat and warm up yourselves.

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    Cabot Tower offers you a fantastic view of the city. However, if you want to go up there through the winding spiral stairs, make sure that no one else is coming from the other way as the stairs are more of a one-way traffic.

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    The Dyrham Park is one of the most beautiful places to go to in the city. Walks here are pleasant and peaceful. Furthermore, you will get to see a few deer and will surely come across really friendly staff.

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    The Georgian House is a specialty museum and the entry is free. You will come across helpful staff. What may people don’t know before their first visit here, is that the house once belonged to a slave trader, something that has not been emphasized on the photos.

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