A walk around some of Bristol's rich heritage of churches and chapels, from the thirteenth to twentieth century. The route covers some of the varied streetscapes making up the city centre, via a number of places of worship accessible to the public. The walk is just over a mile and a half, but to cover all nine sites even briefly would take a considerable part of a day. Rather, the intention is to tempt the visitor to investigate some of the places or worship detailed below. The start point is Temple church in Victoria Street, quite closeGlossary Term to St. Mary Redcliffe church and Temple Meads Station.
The precinct of a cathedral. Also (Scots) a courtyard or passage giving access to a number of buildings.
Last updated: Monday, 26th January 2009