A concert hall, just off Park Street, with some of the best acoustics in the world. Expect classical, jazz, world and folk artists, plus spoken word and family events. This neo-classical building was designed by Sir Robert Smirke, the architect behind the British Museum. www.stgeorgesbristol.co.uk
The Georgian House is an 18th century, six storey townhouse that has been restored and decorated to its original glory. There are 11 rooms spread over four floors, displayed as they might have looked in the 18th century providing an insight into life above and below stairs. Admission is free. www.bristol.gov.uk
A church has probably stood on this site for over a thousand years, but it came to prominence in 1140 when Robert Fitzhardinge founded the Abbey of St. Augustine: the Chapter House and Abbey Gatehouse remain clearly to be seen. Bristol Cathedral is the finest example of a 'Hall Church' in Great Britain. www.bristol-cathedral.co.uk
St Mark's Church is now known as the Lord Mayor's Chapel. It is partly 13th century, but the east end was reconstructed around 1520. The tower dates from 1487. Grotesque carvings decorate the exterior of the tower and nave. Inside is a tomb with effigies of two Crusaders, said to be those of the founders. www.about-bristol.co.uk
Bristol's main Public Library (opened just over a century ago, and recently voted Bristol’s most popular 20th-century building) includes a large local-history reference section should you like to find out more about the city's past. Exhibitions of items from the Library's extensive collection of historical documents and ephemera are often on display. www.bristol.gov.uk
Park Street, BS1 5HX
Look for the bus-shelter at the bottom of the hill just up from the Banksy artwork "Window Lovers" (slightly uphill from the pelican-crossing).
Stop has a dropped kerb. Park Street is very steep - best approached from the more level College Green area. Best parking place would be outside Bristol Library were there are some disabled parking spaces.
The nearest Car Park to this stop is at Trenchard Street. Trenchard Street, West End, Bristol BS1 5AN. There is also pay and display meter parking close by.