Bristol, Woolverton and Baldwin Street, are nearby areas which are also worth touring.
Cotham has a number of cultural attractions nearby that make great places to visit. Visit the museums and exhibit spaces Spike Island, the SS Great Britain and the Georgian House. See a few of the exciting theater, dance and music performances at the Old Vic Theatre, Colston Hall and the Bristol Hippodrome Theatre. Pay a visit to Arnolfini Gallery and the Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery, to get your fix of art.
If you are visiting with little ones, visit the Bristol Ice Rink and At-Bristol. Take your whole family to a trip to Bristol Zoo, and see some fascinating creatures.
If the weather is good head outside and make the most of the nearby green spaces. Follow the paths through botanical displays, watch the passing parade, or just enjoy the fresh air at Castle Park and the Bristol Castle Park. Grab your camera and explore the well-used natural reserves for which this area is well known, such as Brandon Hill.
Visitors to the Cotham area will not want to miss out on Bristol Cathedral, Cabot Tower and Queen Square. The St. Peters Church, the St. Mary Redcliffe Church and the John Wesley's Chapel offer visitors to Bristol the opportunity to better understand the religious history of the area.
Hunt down a bargain, stock up on groceries or just enjoy the atmosphere at nearby fashion hotspots such as Watershed, the Galleries Shopping Centre and the Cabot Circus Shopping Centre.
Sports fans can see the Bristol Rugby Football Club rugby union team in winter and the Bristol Rovers F.C. soccer team at Memorial Stadium, the city’s sporting heart and soul. Enjoy a few post-match beers with local sports fanatics after the full-time siren blows in one of the nearby watering holes.
Finding somewhere convenient to stay around the Cotham area is simple. The Future Inn Bristol, the Bristol Hotel and the Mercure Bristol Holland House Hotel and Spa are among the many great places to stay around here.