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I took the bus from Bristol city centre (x3 at £2.50 single) and walked back.
This took me to the far side of the bridge were the visitor centre and coffee bar was.
The centre was really informative and run by enthusiasts who were only...More
Plenty of park benches with good views of the Bridge, spoilt only by some rather tatty "knitting" hanging on the railings, in fmemory og a poor mentally ill person. All my sympathy, but why pollute a lotel natural environment with your "craft work"?Sensibly placed rubbish...More
The Clifton Suspension Bridge is an amazing feat of engineering. Looking down at the river at the base of the steep gorge it is hard to envisage how it could be built without modern technology. The gorge is home to wild flowers in crevices. There...More
If you visit Bristol, you must must must head to the suspension bridge for a visit.
Also visit the nearby "Downs" for walks and views and perhaps a tour of the Observatory.
Afterwards head into Clifton Village for a drink and a snack at one...More
Besides the weight limit implications, you need to consider the width of your vehicle quite seriously. Cars and the odd van get through reasonably easy. But the extra width might make this more of a steering and control... More
Besides the weight limit implications, you need to consider the width of your vehicle quite seriously. Cars and the odd van get through reasonably easy. But the extra width might make this more of a steering and control exercise than you wanted.
Bridge is free to cross on foot and £1 by car. Parking varies as there are some spots where you can park free but others are pay and display. You would have to view from the Portway to see it from underneath looking up.