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Cabot Tower is a tower in Bristol, England, situated in a public park on Brandon Hill, between the city centre, Clifton and Hotwells. It is a grade II listed building.
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The walk up to Cabot tower is beautiful set amongst amazing landscaped gardens and the view from the top is breathtaking. Well worth a visit
a 360 towel on a nice quiet hill. great for walks, dog walking, chilling and nature. you can go up to have a birds eye view of bristol city before the door to the tower closes 4pm.
Amazing place. Lovely green space in the heart of the city. Great views. Good place to soak in some history too.
Fun times! The tower is on a hill and itself decent height. You can see quite a lot from you there. The stairs are a bit narrow. Surrounded by beautiful greenery and wildlife
An amazing and quiet park, with lots of wildlife (chipmunks, ducks, fish...). Great for a stroll or a picnic The tower offers breathtaking views of the city. It gets quite windy at the top, and the stairs are very steep and narrow, so be careful specially coming down.
Best view of Bristol. One of my favorite places in Bristol to bring visitors. Highly recommended.
The highest point of Bristol, the tower is situated at the top of a lovely hilly park with a lot of friendly squirrels. It offers beautiful views of Bristol and its surroundings. Not too fun if there are many visitors though, because it is difficult to get past one another on the very narrow stairway.
An ideal place to have a full view of the city of Bristol. This tower is located up on a hill and allows you to climb up and look around. The stairs are narrow and becomes even harder to move along when people want to go up and someone else wants to go down. So be careful when using the stairs.
Amazing viewing point in the middle of beautiful Brandon hill. It gives you 360 degree view of Bristol. It is a must see attraction if you are looking for sights to see in Bristol. It is open daily and entrance is free, just be mindful of steep and narrow steps.
Worth seeing. Easy to get to, in a nice park, good view of the city, free.
Thirty two metre above Brandon Hill, Cabot Tower has commanding view of Bristol. Free to enter, with a steep climb up a narrow spiral staircase, Cabot Tower is definitely worth a visit on clear, sunny days
a 360 towel on a nice quiet hill. great for walks, dog walking, chilling and nature. you can go up to have a birds eye view of bristol city before 4pm.
Best place to experience the scenic city in all directions. Climb to the top of the tower on a sunny day with perfect weather for pleasant experience. The markings on the top of the tower to indicate the distant cities beyond the horizon are interesting.
Fantastic views across the city and to Clifton Suspension Bridge. I visited at dusk seeing the city lit up which looked good. Negotiating park footpaths to find the way back to streets in darkness was a challenge however - definitely needed torch on phone!
Fantastic walk. Friendly squirrels! Really nice spot to take family visiting Bristol (very steap hill though) then end up at the three tuns nearby for a pint. Only downfall is the tower itself has somewhat odd opening times from what I have seen, but even if you can't get up the toweer its still a nice walk
Where New York has the Empire State Building, Bristol has the Cabot Tower. But this is where that comparison ends. Whilst the Empire State can be trumped by a trip up the Rockefeller, Cabot stands unrivalled as the finest lofty viewpoint across the historic city of Bristol. Climbing the winding staircase gives but a glimpse of the trials and tribulations that Cabot must have faced some 400 years prior to the erection of this fine tower, created in tribute to his pioneering journey to Canada. Although climbing the tower could be seen as somewhat less of an achievement than Cabot’s, it was surely no less satisfying. Even more extraordinary is that the tower is free to climb. I have not plotted the thrill to cost ratio of this tower compared to other towers I have climbed, but if I did i suspect it would be off the scale. From the top the four sided vantage point provided breathtaking views across all vistas of this fine city. This meant that we could see all of the other attractions Bristol had to offer in just 5 minutes. This was very welcome as it allowed us much needed time to watch all three six nations matches on TV that weekend. 3 stars.