Meeting at Collage Green we will head to our first stop where we will see our first bit of street art by Bristol's very own Banksy. Next we will head to see some street art by some lesser know artists on our way to Brandon Hill, a beautiful park with gardens and mini waterfall. The park is also home to lot's of squirrels and if we're lucky we might even get to meet some of them. I hope like 360 panoramic views because now we will climb up the towers steps to a height of 105ft, giving us spectacular views of the river and city. Making our way to Clifton village we will visit streets with beautiful Georgian and Victorian Architecture some of which will make you feel more like you're in Bath rather than Bristol. After Clifton Village we will arrive to the world famous Clifton Suspension Bridge that was designed by the great Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel. After spending some time exploring the bridge we will be ready for a coffee at the 360 Café which boasts spectacular views of the bridge and down into the Avon Gorge.
Hi I'm Sam. When I'm not working in event's I love to show people our beautiful city. I know all the hidden gems like street art, breath taking views and secret gardens. I love photography and it has been a passion of mine since way before mobile phones had cameras. I'm a lover of the great outdoors and travel, also growing up in the Westcountry lover of the odd pint of cider!
I will bring my DSLR camera, if you would like I can take some photos of you at the places we visit and then send you them…
We will meet in the centre for convenience and to visit Bristol's vibrant street art. Bristol's Park to visit the gardens and mini waterfall and also to meet the squirrels. We will climb 105ft up a tower for breathtaking views of the city. Clifton Village where we visit a beautiful hidden cemetery and admire the architecture. Isambard Kingdom Brunel's world famous Clifton Suspension Bridge. Finishing off with a café with beautiful views.
Comfortable shoes for walking
This tour involves walking, with some up hill walking. It's just under 3 miles in total. Climbing the tower is optional via a spiral staircase. Any questions or concerns feel free to message me.
Fun photo tour of Bristol's top spots