Bristol, Woolverton and Baldwin Street, are other places in the area which are also worth discovering.
Visitors to Clifton, keen to deepen their appreciation of this area, should head to the nearby museums and theaters. Browse the museums and galleries of Spike Island, the SS Great Britain and the Georgian House. Enjoy seeing the region’s best and brightest live on stage at the Old Vic Theatre, Colston Hall and the Bristol Hippodrome Theatre. Enjoy the wonderful displays at Arnolfini Gallery and the Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery.
Plan a trip to at least a few of the popular children’s attractions in the area, including the Bristol Ice Rink and At-Bristol. Explore Bristol Zoo, and experience some of the most interesting creatures in the world.
If the weather is good get outdoors and make the most of the nearby parks and reserves. Spend a morning in one of the local parks and gardens, which include Castle Park and the Bristol Castle Park. To see the local wilderness drive out to Brandon Hill and Leigh Woods.
Some of Bristol's popular sights are in the Clifton area, such as Bristol Cathedral, Cabot Tower and Queen Square. The St. Peters Church, the St. Mary Redcliffe Church and the John Wesley's Chapel offers travellers to Bristol the opportunity to better understand the religious history of the area.
Go to Watershed, the Galleries Shopping Centre and the Cabot Circus Shopping Centre to scratch that shopping itch.
Those looking for sporting action can cheer on Bristol favourites the Bristol Rugby Football Club rugby union team in winter and the Bristol Rovers F.C. soccer team at the iconic Memorial Stadium, the city’s sporting heart and soul. Relive the match’s greatest moments with friendly locals after the full-time siren blows in a nearby pub.
Finding somewhere suitable to rest your head close to the Clifton area is a breeze. Whether you’re staying for a night or a few weeks it’s hard to go past the Future Inn Bristol, the Bristol Hotel, and the popular Mercure Bristol Holland House Hotel and Spa.