very interesting, with spectacular ceilings and windows.Stunning location.On the Bus tour and ferry route.
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My partner and myself visited the city and were visiting the tourist spots and happened upon the cathedral. Was lovely that there was no entrance fee (donations are optional throughout). We were greeted by a very friendly member of staff who offered further information as...More
Visited the Anglican Cathedral in Bristol whilst on a short break to the city. We were surprised at how little gut & airy it seemed to be. Unlike some cities, entrance is free although you can make donations for the upkeep, in the various collection...More
we visit often and have been to services and events. Fascinating cathedral with long history. Has great coffee/lunch shop and very helpful staff
Not Religious but this Beautiful Cathedral is next to College Green. There are many Beatiful Stain Glass Windows in the Cathedral and it is very grandious inside . One of the few Cathedral where you don't have to pay to view . Very Nice Place...More
We hadn't planned to visit but came across the signs for the cathedral so decided to take a look. Lovely building and worth taking the time to look around inside. There is a cute little courtyard garden and coffee shop too. Outside on the green...More
Even if you have no religious interest, this Cathedral is a place of beauty and peace. The grandeur of the building is stunning and you can really see the wealth that went into it. Well worth a visit, especially as it is free.
Sadly no volunteers available to offer a greeting or offer any information. Beautifully kept building and a real oasis from the hussle and bussle of the outside world. Lovely area of town and a step back in time, thoroughly recommended
Visited the Cathedral while visiting the city centre for a period of quietness and prayer. Enjoy period and very friendly and wonderful cathedral to visit on a busy day out.
We walked into this beautiful old church and we're instantly smitten. The aged stone vaulted ceilings with painted ceiling roses were stunning. The pillars have traces of colour which give a sense of the building in its earlier times. Luckily the choir were practising which...More