What an amazing feat of engineering.Fantastic views from the bridge.A stroll into Clifton village.Perfect!
About Clifton Suspension Bridge
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...only a nice 30 minute-walk from the Cathedral. On the way you can admire two of the best Banksy works in Bristol. The bridge itself is amazing and the views are just incredible. Worth to spend some time enjoying the views from the middle of...More
This is impressive from afar but wow when you get close up it's even better, what a feat of engineering. I doubt if bridges being built today will last as long! We took in the free visitors centre which is very interesting and explains how...More
The suspension bridge is a feat of engineering steeped in history. It is free to walk and costs £1 for cars to go across. Although not a main attraction it is worth spending half an hour of your day to go and visit when in...More
Clifton Suspension still draws a gasp when you see it close up, more than 150 years it's opening! Part of this country's (and Bristol's) great heritage of world-class engineering. The nearby 'camera' obscura' is also worth a visit - revive the excitement of the early...More
We took the ferry to the last drop off point and enjoyed a scenic walk up to the bridge. Walking over the bridge there are wonderful views from both sides plus there's the free visitors center with everything you need to know about how the...More
It costs a pound to go over in the car, or free if you walk, either way well worth a visit just for the enginering of this bridge. Great viws of the city.