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Destination Bristol provides details of tours you can take around the city to find out more about the local history. These include guided walks, MP3 audio tours, sightseeing buses and ferry boat trips. You can find the information here.

You can download below two Bristol walks devised for the Brunel 200 celebrations in 2006 in either PDF or Word format.

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Brunel's Dockside:
a walk from Bristol Temple Meads to Brunel's lock in Cumberland Basin with a view of Clifton Suspension Bridge.

Brunel's Dockside (PDF)
Brunel's Dockside (Word)

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Victorian Bristol:
a guide to some of the Victorian architecture that can be seen around the city.

Victorian Bristol (PDF)
Victorian Bristol (Word)

The Destination Bristol website has a free podcast of the dockside walk that you can download here.

Venue's Days Out Guide includes details of walks and tours in Bristol and Bath here.

Bristol and South West Tour Guides provide information on group walks in Bristol here.

There's a Bristol Nature Walk on the BBC Bristol website here.

See the Activities and Resources section for guide books that include local walks as well as further links to websites providing tour information.


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