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We walked across the bridge in the rain on our visit, the views over the River Avon were amazing. We went into the visitor centre which is nicely decorated and holds lots of information about the bridge and other bridges, however, the workers/ volunteers were...More
We are so lucky to have had Brunel build this bridge a long with other things he built in Bristol go take a look or even walk across the bridge you can see all over cliffton etc just up the road is his ship SS...More
Bristol suspension bridge is one of the most iconic landmarks of Bristol on leighwoods side is a visitor centre which is free entry , been across the bridge many times . the last time I took my young niece and nephew and we walked across...More
I have lived in Bristol for most of my life but I never lose the thrill of going over the Clifton Suspension Bridge either on foot or in a car. Built well before cars were invented, it is a vital route in and out of...More
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.