|Architecture - Bristol
The owner of Acton Court, Nicholas Poyntz built a new wing in honour of Henry VIIIís visit, accompanied by Anne Boleyn, in 1535. The apartments and their decoration are said to be some of the finest in England.
Located on Bristolís Harbourside the Centre provides public information, tours, workshops, lectures and discussion groups regarding the built environment across the south west region.
John Wesley's Chapel
Located in Broadmead the chapel remains the same as when it was built in 1739. Upstairs are the rooms where John Wesley, his brother Charles and many other visiting preachers stayed when they visited Bristol.
Kings Weston House
An 18th century Georgian Mansion House set in 28 acres of parkland offering a beautiful location for wedding ceremonies, receptions, corporate events or private functions.
Bristolís hidden treasure is situated on Park Row. This Tudor house has been added to and has had several uses since it was originally a lodge to the Great House where Queen Elizabeth I once stayed.
St Mary Redcliffe
Close to the city centre this beautiful gothic 12th century church is the tallest building in Bristol. It was described by Queen Elizabeth 1 as
The goodliest, fairest and most famous parish church in England.