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10 Amazing Places That Will Make You Fall In Love With Bristol Again

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When you get stuck in the daily grind of Bristol life you can forget just how stunning Bristol can be. Don’t start to hate this beautiful city, get out and rekindle that forgotten love.

1. Arnos Vale Cemetery

Arnos Vale Cemetery

Located in Arnos Vale this cemetery has become a Grade II listed building and is absolutely beautiful. You can even have a wedding here!

2. Rainbow Bridge, St Werburghs

rainbow bridge bristol

If you’re pottering about near St Werburghs it’s aways worth checking out the rainbow bridge.

3. Ashton Court

Stag do at Ashton Court 🐎 #bristol #wildlife

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A huge 850 acres that includes a massive mansion as well. As a resident Bristolian you’ll also remember to pop to the Balloon Fiesta in August.

4. Brandon Hill Nature Park

Watching these people gaze into the sun set , as the scenery lights the day … #sun #sunset #outandabout #clouds #HDR

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Sure you’ve probably been to Brandon Hill multiple times by now, but the view will always make you appreciate how beautiful Bristol can be.

5. Blaise Castle Estate

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An 18th century mansion house, this place is set across 400 acres and is completely free to visit.

6. The Bristol Whales

bristol whales

Now hanging out in their new habitat. You can go visit them in the ‘People’s Nature Reserve, Sea Mills’.

7. The Mound, St Werburghs

juggling , hot air balloons & sunset at the mound

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Next to ‘The Farm’ in St Werburghs this place is a nature reserve and has a fantastic view of Bristol.

8. Dundry Hill

 

Get yourself up to Dundry Hill and have a look at the view towards the Clifton Suspension Bridge as it’s absolutely stunning.

9. The New Cut

New Cut at high tide
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Built in 1806 to help divert the River Avon this place has absolutely stunning views during both low and high tide

10. Clifton Wood Crescent

view from cliftonwood crescent
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You can see some of the very best of Bristol from this vantage point, with the night time views being particularly stunning.

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Sam Gillies

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Editor of Best of Bristol. A convert to the religion of Bristolianism.