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have to pay to cross but ithis is smoothly facilitated - as long as you have thechange. £1 when I went, assume it is the same. Crossing from Clifton side a bit tight to get to in places and not brilliantly signposted, easy from other...More
Have looked up at the bridge and driven over it over the years but this stay in Bristol decided to see more of it. Walked from the City Centre via Brandon Hill past the Cabot Tower; onwards and upwards (a very steep walk) to Clifton...More
Whether you live in Bristol, or you're travelling, it's a 'must do' when you're here.
Both in the day, and at night when it's lit up, the bridge offers some beautiful views of the city.
The Clifton side has many restaurants, bars etc. I would...More
Yes, it is just a bridge and you can only walk across from side to the other and then back again! But what a bridge, what a history and what views both of the bridge and from it. There is an excellent information building with...More
Set on the edge of Clifton Village, this is one of Brunel's creations and is a stunning back drop of Bristol. The Clifton gorge is geographical marvel and Brunel is the icing on the cake. The park on the Clifton side makes for a pleasant...More
The bridge is iconic and definitely worth visiting, the visitor centre interesting and welcoming. If I were to visit again, I would make more of a day of the visit... park (for free) on Circular Road at Clifton Down, walk along one side of the...More
The suspension bridge is impressive and so well placed that it gives you an amazing view of the Avon river. I visited here during day time and I was happy to come back to Leigh Woods again. So I felt coming back home.
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.