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Bristol from a new perspective on the Clifton Suspension Bridge

One of south-west England's most iconic landmarks, the Clifton Suspension Bridge was built in 1864 and remains a stunning sight to behold. As well as joining Bristol and North Somerset, the Grade I-listed structure offers incredible views of the area and the public can also learn more about the bridge's fascinating history at its visitor centre.

A unique place to do business

The bridge is more than just a toll road and attraction. The visitor centre features spaces that can be hired for corporate events, which gives you a chance to have meetings and seal the deal in a truly unique working environment.

Discover more of the delights of Bristol

The Clifton Suspension Bridge is a great place to start when visiting Bristol and discovering more about the incredible history of the area. However, no trip to the city would be complete without also exploring other top landmarks including its celebrated zoo gardens and beautiful Grade I-listed cathedral. Planning a trip to the Clifton Suspension Bridge? Both Travelodge Bristol Central Hotel and Travelodge Bristol Central Mitchell Lane Hotel are great value options close to the famous landmark.