i went in with couple of friends it is a beautiful catehdral there was an exhibitioan inside as well
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We have visited a fair few English cathedrals and Bristol Cathdral is well worth a visit. A very interesting exhibition on at the moment is about Bristol Concientous Objectors during the 1st World War. Learnt A lot, informative and enlightening.
As cathedrals go I've seen better and this is not one that will stick in my memory. There was a very lovely lady there to welcome visitors who was very helpful.
I have been living in Bristol for over 30 years and have very rarely visited our Cathedral for it's own sake. Today I went with an old friend to spend an hour or two looking around. Helpful free leaflet gave us basic info to help...More
A lovely place where you get a genuine welcome from the staff - they are glad you come to see their lovely building.. Many things of interest in the church and on a summer's day there is no better place for a light lunch than...More
I came to the cathedral for my son's graduation and I thought that it was a most appropriate place to hold it.The cathedral is a stunning work and sat in a lovely green right in the centre of Bristol so a very easy place to...More
We were trying to get the kids to sleep so went for an afternoon walk around Bristol and came around to College Green and the Cathedral again. So this time we went in and had a look. Its a cathedral, under renovation and asking for...More
I visit cathedrals for the history and architecture. They can tend to be rather self-important and overly pious. Not so Bristol. A refreshing honesty about the role the church has played in the history of the city, and a warm welcome too.
As with any cathedral the architecture of the place is mainly what interests me as I enjoy photographing the structure and stained glass. Plenty of views outside which are camera friendly and then many more inside. Worth a visit, not sure if any guided tours...More
Overall much more attractive than expected especially the interior with the aisle roof braces exceptional. For once the Victorian nave has been carried out with respect to the original choir. Generally restrained except for the modern glazing to the Lady chapel.