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From the green outside where poppies were scattered on the grass to a trench motif near the entrance to an exhibition of photographs of memorials to a waterfall of poppies in a chapel - beautiful and thought-provoking in equal measure. The Cathedral has risen well...More
Although this does not rank with the great Cathedrals of York or Winchester it still deserves a visit if you are in Bristol.The Chapter House was special and there is a nice little garden plus of course the usual cafe..
This Cathedral is lovely with gorgeous stained glass windows and stunning Chapter House, very serene. It was particularly nice to be there at this time of celebration and commemorations of 100 years since the First World War and the people involved in rebuilding the Cathedral...More
Bristol Cathedral is never going to compete with York, or Lincoln, but it's a nice building with some interesting architecture and a garden, cloisters and Chapter House which add to the things to see. Admission is free with donations encouraged which is very reasonable.
If you ever find yourself in the city of Bristol, then one place to visit is the cities beautiful Cathedral. It is a magnificent architectural structure both inside & out & within its ancient walls it has many interesting artifacts, memorials, documents etc which relate...More
I was in Bristol one mobth ago. The Town is fantastic, Sade and easy ti visit and full of wonderful places and monumenti. One of the most enchanting monumenti is the Bristol Cathedral in College Green which is an amazing Park in the heart of...More
England is blessed by the number of beautiful cathedrals you can visit. York, Durham, Salisbury, St. Pauls and Canterbury all rank higher on my list of "must see" Cathedrals. If you are in Bristol it is worth the visit - entrance is free but a...More