Bristol Coach Tour

The panoramic tour of Bristol will take in the sights of the SS Great Britain, built by Isambard Brunel, the Clifton Suspension Bridge, designed and partially built by Isambard Brunel, the Downs of Bristol (overlooking the Avon Gorge, there will be a stop at Sea Walls on the Downs which gives a beautiful view of the Avon Gorge and the Clifton Suspension Bridge), Bristol Zoo (the fifth oldest zoo in the world), Clifton College (a well known public school in Bristol), Clifton Village (subject to the length of time for the tour, there will be another stop close to the Clifton Suspension Bridge, to allow the group the opportunity to walk on to the Clifton Suspension Bridge and to enjoy the spectacular views), the Victoria Rooms in Queens Road, the Wills Memorial Building (the main building of Bristol University, funded by the Wills family who ran W D & H O Wills, which became part of Imperial Tobacco in 1901), Bristol Cathedral, the City Centre of Bristol which used to be the heart of Bristol Docks, Bristol Bridge, the Old Town of Bristol, Bristol Templemeads Railway Station (again the early terminus built by Isambard Brunel), St Mary Redcliffe Church and the Floating Harbour (commentary on Bristol’s 1,000 year history as a port).

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Bristol coach tours are all priced individually dependent on requirements and length of tour. Please contact Robert Collin by phone or message him on contact form.

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