The Clifton Suspension Bridge, spanning the picturesque Avon Gorge, is the symbol of the city of Bristol. This Iconic grade one listed bridge, which has been an integral part of the Bristol skyline for over 150 years, has a large new visitors centre on the Somerset side of the bridge which is free to enter.
Free guided tours of the bridge are available every weekend and bank holiday starting at 3.00pm on the Clifton side of the bridge between Easter and the end of October. www.cliftonbridge.org.uk
Enjoy some refreshments at the Avon Gorge Hotel. Whether its a mid morning coffee, a light lunch or a celebratory dinner, the Bridge Cafe is an ideal venue to relax whilst visiting this part of Bristol. The glass fronted restaurant allows a true continental feel in the heart of Bristol. The White Lion Bar is a local favourite, and with such scenery you can understand why. The large terrace with all year round heating ensures what ever the time of year you can enjoy the panoramic landscape whilst enjoying a bottle of your favourite bubbly. www.theavongorge.com
Spoil yourself with a delicious Cream Tea - with a priceless view! Show your ticket and get a 10% discount.
Stroll amongst wonderful Georgian architecture and take your pick from any one of the many up-market independent shops and boutiques. Clifton Village is the place to come for beautiful gifts and interesting shops with old-fashioned service. While you're here, take advantage of the many restaurants and coffee shops - especially the award winning Fishers Restaurant. www.visitbristol.co.uk
Royal York Crescent is a Grade II* listed terrace of 46 houses and is reputed to be the longest terrace in Europe. Started in 1791 but not completed until 1820, it is a breath-taking street to walk down on your way to visit Clifton Suspension Bridge.
FISHERS RESTAURANT: Free dessert, glass of wine or childrens meal with every main course (one choice per main)
THE AVON GORGE HOTEL: 10% off cream teas at The Avon Gorge Hotel
Clifton Down Road, BS8 4AF
Our bus-shelter is on Clifton Down Road, at the end of Boyces Avenue, just before Cafe Nero and the zebra crossing.
This stop does not have a dropped kerb. The area is flat. Best parking place would be as below. Please note that the pavements can be very busy.
There is limited parking around Clifton Village. The parking is mostly on meters, giving a maximum of 2 hours.