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This is a conducted tour of the iconic H.H. Wills University building. This includes a climb up 322 steps to the top of the tower - only for the fit! - but a wonderful view of Bristol from the roof top. Following this there is...More
The university is situated in the city area. Big and clean. Have different halls that are like relics. There is a grassland around which is good for photos. There is a big garden with nice sites, there is a place with mirror posts which is...More
The main building is very old, and almost a dominant landmark of the skyline of the city. Very central, its a really lively area. Right next to the Museum, so thats a plus. Gracious building. I envy the kids studying there
The Wills Memorial Building is a Neo Gothic building designed by Sir George Oatley and built as a memorial to Henry Overton Wills III by his sons George and Henry Wills. Begun in 1915 and not opened until 1925, it is considered one of the...More
The University of Bristol is an incredible feature that is thoroughly integrated within the city! It has a number of impressive buildings with stunning architecture such as the Wills Memorial Building. The facilities within such buildings is exquisite and the library is exceptional. The colleges...More
Walking past the top of Park Street you could be forgiven for not realising you can visit the amazing tower above and have a fantastic tour of Bristol University main hall too. Tours need to be booked, you also need to be fairly fit because...More