Locations

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 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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Bristol Book Market

Wine Street, Bristol Book Market, BS1

The first Sunday of every month on Wine Street 10am until 4pm. This small but well-formed market offers customers the chance to hunt out their favourite authors, and browse the hundreds of titles on offer. This market was only launched in October 2010...

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Centrespace Gallery and Studios, Leonard Lane

6 Leonard Lane , Centrespace Gallery and Studios, BS1 1EA

Independent exhibition space and home to about 30 artists. Located in one of Bristol’s most ancient hidden lanes.

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The Milk Bar

St Nicholas Street , The Milk Bar, BS1 1UE

Gallery & Atr Space 

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Church of St John the Baptist (St John on the Wall) and St John’s Gate

Broad St, , BS1 2EZ

Built into the original fabric of the old city wall on the site of an earlier 12th Century church, this is a Grade I listed unusual two storey church with the tower and steeple over St John's Gate and an 11th Century conduit system. The church is...

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Palestine Museum and Cultural Centre

27 Broad Street, BS12HG

A permanent exhibition of Palestinian heritage, cultural and political life.   Opening times: Saturdays & Sundays, 11am - 6pm   Free Entry   Everyone welcome, come around!   Highlights include: A...

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The Guildhall, Small Street

Small Street , Bristol Guild Hall , BS1 2HG

The former Crown Court building, this Grade II listed building was built in the 1840s by Richard Shackleton Pope. The assize courts were attached to the rear.

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The Nails Market

Corn St / Wine St, The Nails Market, BS1

Every Friday and Saturday on Corn Street and Wine Street 10am to 5pm. Local independent traders selling a fantastic array of gifts, from original artwork and photography to handcrafted jewellery and vintage clothing.

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