You see the spire long before you reach the church. In fact standing outside you cannot get everything on to one photo it is so massive. Built by the Bristol merchants in competition with the Cathedral it is a wonderful building of great architectural, historical and religious significance. Entry is free and you can just wander around gazing at what our forefathers were able to build with simple hand tools.
There is a cafe in the undercroft and car parking just across the road (paying). If you are in a wheelchair you need to have a fit pusher to get you up the hill so you can enter on the flat by the north door but it is well sign posted and well worth the effort. And you can see the beautiful roofs without having to crane your neck. If you are staying in the city centre well worth a detour as it is not far at all and you will have the chance to see Queen Square.
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