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Queen Square, Bristol

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  • A tree bordered leafy Georgian square surrounded across a cobbled road by Georgian houses now converted into small offices. White gravel paths dividing the lawns into eighths, central monument with be...  more »
  • I used to work at one of the offices here! It was wonderful to be in the midst of such beauty every working day. I came back yesterday and got the same feeling - i.e. peace and mindfulness. Lovely par...  more »
  • You know when you see a park on a map, you never know what its going to look like exactly, but this one is beautiful in its simplicity. Tall, shady trees around the borders, with impressive homes look...  more »
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  • I mean, it's a square. It literally is a square piece of land with some grass and paths in the middle. It's cool, I guess. And located pretty much in the city centre, with some trees to give you shade and some open space to play volleyball or something. It's pretty cool, really and there's a monument of a man on a horse in the middle that pretty much always has a seagull sitting on it's head. Go see.
  • Great place to sit and have a picnic or play during the day time - very family friendly, and lots of pubs, coffee shops, restaurants etc nearby for refreshments and toilet stops. It's sometimes used for live events (it's one of the Harbour Festival locations, and hosts the Bristol Comedy Garden, among others). Completely different feel at night, though - I tend to avoid it.
  • Historical Queen Square of Bristol. Great little square to relax in during the summer time, the grassy areas are usually clean and litter free and a few benches to sit on and watch the world go by or have lunch. Occasionally there are music events here and the Harbour Festival usually has a stage here in July.
  • It's a fairly standard but quite pleasant city park in the centre of the city. Big statue of King William III in the middle on his horse (does anyone know why?). Benches around it plus grass to sit on.
  • A very nice city park with plenty of grass to relax in what invariably becomes an immensely popular sun-trap for travellers and workers alike. Benches surround, and shaded areas are provided under which the the historic backdrop can be admired. Always a popular and unavoidable spot within Bristols cityscape.
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