BROWNS BAR & BRASSERIE BRISTOL
38 Queens Road
Telephone: 0117 930 4777
Mon & Tue 8am - 11pm
Wed 8am - 11.30pm
Thu - Sat 8am - 12am
Sun 9am - 11pm
Thu - Sat 12am
Mon to Sat 8am - 12 noon
Sun 9am - 12 noon
Last Food Orders: 10pm
John Betjeman once said that Bristol ‘is the most beautiful, interesting and distinguished city in England’. And there’s certainly a lot to keep visitors occupied here.
Banksy was once just another kid on the streets of Bristol with a can of spray paint. A Banksy walking tour will take you to the heart of the cultural quarter, where colourful graffiti transforms the walls and buildings and you can see some of his little-known earliest work.
There are many ways to explore the city – from a walking tour to a river cruise around Bristol and the River Avon. Or you could hop on a Sightseeing Bus and do the Bristol Tour – taking in the Harbour, Clifton Suspension Bridge and the dramatic Avon Gorge.
Brunel’s ss Great Britain, the world’s first great ocean liner, is now a multi-award winning visitor attraction. Step aboard and experience what life was really like on board a Victorian vessel.
Bristol is filled with museums, art galleries and places of interest. St Mary Redcliffe Church is a stunning Gothic church that sits on the red cliffs above the floating harbour. Blaise Castle House Museum and Estate is a glorious 19th century mansion set in 400 acres of parkland with a delightful folly castle.
Whatever your interests, you’ll find so much to see and do in this wonderful city where a packed programme of music, literature, outdoor activities and entertainment takes place all year round.