The West Country

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  • 1. M Shed

    Museum/Gallery

    In a refurbished transit shed on the harborside, this museum is dedicated to the city's history. The collection comprises three main galleries...Read More

  • 2. SS Great Britain

    Military Sight

    On view in the harbor is the first iron ship to cross the Atlantic. Built by the great English engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel in 1843, it...Read More

  • 3. Tyntesfield

    Historic Home

    This extravagant, 35-bedroom Victorian–Gothic Revival mansion has been magnificently restored to reveal a showcase of the decorative arts where...Read More

  • 4. We The Curious

    Harbourside | Museum/Gallery

    One of the country's top family-friendly science centers, this multimedia attraction provides a "hands-on, minds-on" exploration of science...Read More

  • 5. Berkeley Castle

    Castle/Palace

    In the sleepy village of Berkeley (pronounced bark -ley), this castle is perfectly preserved, down to its medieval turrets, and full of family...Read More

  • 6. Bristol Zoo Gardens

    Zoo/Aquarium

    Alongside the leafy expanse of Clifton Down is one of the country's most famous zoos, with more than 400 animal species living in 12 acres of...Read More

  • 7. Church of St. Mary Redcliffe

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    Built by Bristol merchants who wanted a place in which to pray for the safe (and profitable) voyages of their ships, the rib-vaulted, 14th-century...Read More

  • 8. Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Leigh Woods | Bridge/Tunnel

    A monument to Victorian engineering, this 702-foot-long bridge spans the Avon Gorge. Work began on Isambard Kingdom Brunel's design in 1831...Read More

  • 9. New Room

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    John Wesley and Charles Wesley were among the Dissenters from the Church of England who found a home in Bristol, and in 1739 they built the...Read More

  • 10. Stanton Drew Circles

    Ruins

    Three rings, two avenues of standing stones, and a burial chamber make up the Stanton Drew Circles, one of the largest and most mysterious monuments...Read More

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