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It's a real pleasure to walk over the bridge followed by a slide down the slippery slope, admiring the fantastic structure and the magnificent views over the river. We were lucky to be there at sunny day, and it was a perfect way to spend...More
Have been walking over the suspension bridge since I was a child and wanted to take my children back there to do the same. We all loved it, spectacular views, even managed to spot a Fox scaling the Avon gorge. We had a lovely walk...More
We went to the Zoo in Bristol as for every full price adult ticket you got a free children’s ticket.It was a beautiful late Autumn day and the sun was shining.Whilst there were a lot of people there you could walk around quite easily,and see...More
Have a grand view. Comfortable with surrounding areas. There is a park on the small hill where you can take great pictures of the bridge. Can have a nice walk in the park, bring your own lunch and enjoy in the park. Then walk over...More
A visit at night when the bridge is lit up is quite beautiful. We drove underneath and over the bridge twice, just because we could! Absolute genius piece if engineering and worth look just for a photo at least. Small toll fee...maybe only about 40/50p
Park & experience the walk across the Clifton Suspension Bridge & walk to Clifton Village to eat for a wonderful afternoon out, also walk to the top to view from the Clifton Observatory. Makes a memorable day.
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.