Locations

The Nails

Corn Street, BS1

Four bronze tables are located outside the exchange on Corn Street, probably modeled after mobile tables which were taken to trade fairs and markets. Before the Corn Exchange was built in the 18th century, the tables — called nails — were located in the...

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The Lanes & Rock n Bowl Hostel

22 Nelson Street, BS1 2LE

Forget 10 pin bowling past, The Lanes Bristol is not your normal bowling alley. Our venue combines the fun of bowling in a great venue, complete with pizzeria, laneside bar serving craft beers and hard shakes plus we host a range of fun club and band...

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St Nicholas Market and Glass Arcade

Corn St/High St/ St Nicholas St, St Nicholas Market and Glass Arcade, BS1

Open Monday to Saturday, 9.30am to 5pm. Closed Sunday. The permanent market buildings are home to the largest collection of independent retailers in Bristol. Entrances to the market can be found in Corn Street, High Street and St Nicholas Street. First...

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Christ Church

63 Broad St,/Wine Street, Christ Church , BS1 2EJ

Probably the third church on this site, with regular services; re-built after demolition in 1786 – but going back to Norman times. The brightly coloured Quarter Jacks or Quarter Boys are a survival from the original church. Every quarter hour the figures...

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St Stephen’s Church and Green,

St Stephen’s Street, St Stephen’s Church and Green, , BS1 1EQ

Grade I listed ancient parish church of the city built in the 13th century with a 15th century landmark tower. Today home to an active spiritual community.

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The Exchange

Exchange Ave, BS1 1DB

The Exchange is a Grade I listed building built in 1741–43 by John Wood the Elder, on Corn Street, near the junction with Broad Street in Bristol, England. It was previously used as a corn and general trade exchange but is now used as offices and St...

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St Nicholas Church, St Nicholas Street

St Nicholas Street , St Nicholas Church, BS 1

The present church is probably the fourth building on this site. It is very close to the original quayside on the Avon, which explains the dedication to St Nicholas, the patron saint of sailors. The crypt of the church, built in about 1400, still remains...

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Harry's Amusements

Old City, All Saints St, BS1 2LZ

Harry's Amusements

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Bristol Farmers’ and Producers’ Market

Corn St / Wine St, Bristol Farmers Market, BS1

Bristol Farmers’ and Producers’ Market is held every Wednesday, (from 7th June 2017) from 8:00am to 2:30pm. in Old City's Corn Street and Wine Street, around the historic four Nails on which Bristolians traditionally sealed their dealings. The award...

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The Old Council House/Registry Office, Corn Street

Corn St, The Old Council House, BS1 1JG

Grade II listed building with many interesting features including a grand sweeping staircase.

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