The Bristol and Bath Art Book

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What people love about the City Art Books are that they not only captures the familiar and famous landmarks, but also the unfamiliar and quirky.

If you live in or around Bristol or Bath or have been inspired by these fantasti places, you will know the landmarks, buildings, sites and green spaces, but here are just a few we have explored. We love images which really show what goes on in a city


Bath

The Royal Crescent
Roman Baths
Bristol Ferry
The Circus 
Bath Abbey
Pulteney Bridge 
The Holburne
Fashion Museum
Theatre Royal
The Pump Room 
Garricks Head
Thermal Bath Spa
Assembly Rooms
Streets and street life
Queen Square
Gardens, e.g. Gardens, Parade, Victoria, Prior Park  
The river 
Cavendish Road
St James Wine Vaults
Margaret’s Buildings
Milsom Street
The Raven Pub
Brock Street
The American Museum and Gardens
Queen Square 
The Mineral Hospital
Kingsmead Square
Cross Baths
Ralph Allen’s Town House
Jane Austen House
St Swithin’s Church
Walcot Street

 

 

Bristol

Notable/interesting streets/street life
The river/boats
The Cathedral
St Mary Redcliffe
Castle Park
St Peters Church
The Lord Mayor’s Chapel
Harbourside
Cabot Tower
Queens Square
Arnos Valley Cemetery 
Theatres The Hippodrome/Bristol Old Vic
Bristol Museum and Art Gallery 
The Aquarium
Aerospace Bristol
Tobacco Factory Theatres
SS Great Britain 
The railway
M Shed Museum 
University Botanic Gardens 
Bristol Zoo
St Mary Redcliffe Church 
Statues 
Bikes
Clifton
Clifton Suspension Bridge
Thornbury Castle
Ashton Court Mansion
Red Lodge Museum
Underfall Yard
Oldbury Court and Snuff Mills
Christmas Steps
The New Room
John Wesley Museum
The Red Lodge
College Green
The Georgian House