Bus Tour of Bristol, with Cary Grant Facts
13174147_1167042306710453_5863478157845879421_nSit back and explore the city of Archie’s birth – from the floating harbour that inspired him to travel, to the theatre where it all started – and sample the best that Bristol has to offer along the way, including Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s breathtaking suspension bridge (pictured above) and the SS Great Britain.

This fully-guided “hop-on, hop-off” tour takes 75 minutes. Tickets are valid for two days, so lots of time for plenty of Cary Grant exploring.

Tickets on the day:
Explorer Adult, £15
Explorer Child, £9
Explorer Concession, £13
Explorer Family, £44

Save up to £4 per ticket by booking online: Bristol Insight, 0117 403 1994



Stop 1: Broad Quay/Princes Street short walk to Watershed Media Centre
Stop 2: We The Curious best stop for Cary Grant statue and Planetarium
Stop 3: Hotwell Road
Stop 4: Spike Island
Stop 5: ss Great Britain
Stop 6: Bristol Zoo
Stop 7: Clifton Village for The Avon Gorge Hotel, Sion Hill, 7 min walk (0.3 miles)
Stop 8: Victoria Square
Stop 9: Victoria Rooms for Everyman Cinema, Whiteladies Road, 9 min walk (0.4 miles)
Stop 10: The City Museum and Art Gallery
Stop 11: College Green/Park Street
Stop 12: Bristol Hippodrome
Stop 13: Broadmead, The Horsefair for The Cube Microplex, 9 min walk (0.4 miles)
Stop 14: Cabot Circus for Trinity Centre, 11 min walk (0.5 miles)
Stop 15: Newgate Castle Park
Stop 16: Bristol Bridge
Stop 17: Victoria Street
Stop 18: Temple Meads
Stop 19: St Mary Redcliffe

Click here for an Interactive Map and Live changes to route.