Historic cemetery of 45 beautiful & peaceful acres in downtown Bristol, off Bath Road. Here the history of the city is told by the tombstones and monuments in a tranquil setting amid the trees, and surrounded by bird songs.
in an Edwardian Baroque building, next to the Wills University building, collections of major regional, national and international importance.
Exhibits include natural wonders of this region, plus archaeological and world cultural collections from ancient Egypt & Assyria.
A geological journey through the past billion years of the planet, with fossils of of creatures that evolved and become extinct on the ever-changing surface. A world of minerals, gemstones and crystals including the Bristol Diamond.
Some of the best-preserved dinosaurs ever found in Britain, including a scelidosaurus.
Rare, endangered and extinct wildlife specimens from the UK and around the globe.
Bristol's developement over the centuries through maps and prints. The Bristol Box Kite.
Bellini, Cranach, Renoir, Pissarro, Sisley, Bomberg, Hepworth and Beryl Cook, amongst other artists' works in seven galleries; a display of prints and watercolors from the reserve collections.
Pottery, ceramics, and glass galleries - British & European collections alongside locally made wares. A silver collection. Paintings of Bristol as it was over 200 years ago.
Eastern art, ceramics, carvings and glass of ancient China and Japan - one of the best collections of Chinese glass outside Asia. Also a café and gift shop.