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St Mary Redcliffe Church, Bristol

(4.5/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web)
Over 800 years old, St Mary Redcliffe Church is an Anglican parish church and a masterpiece of Gothic architecture. It is also the second-largest parish church in England and the tallest building in Bristol. Guided tours are offered here, and you are welcome to attend services as well. Keep an eye out for several characteristics of the grand building. The floor plan of is a slender Latin cross, and the walls consist almost entirely of large, stained-glass windows, providing plenty of natural light, and the nave is roofed with gilded ribs and roof bosses. An on-site cafe offers coffee, tea, and snacks. There is also a small gift shop available where you can buy CDs and books. Work out when and for how long to visit St Mary Redcliffe Church and other Bristol attractions using our handy Bristol trip generator.
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  • This church is well worth going for services such as morning and evening prayer and you get a good welcome too. 
  • Beautiful Cathedral, not far from the historic centre, to see and photograph both from outside than from within.
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  • I visited during the Bristol Open Door Day. I live nearby, but have never been inside - it's a beautiful church! I did the rooftop tour and the bell ringing tour, and both were well worth the trip. Ma...  more »
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  • Nice church. Interesting tour (and views) of rooftop during Bristol Open Day as well. Cute tea and biscuits being sold downstairs.
  • Do you really need to sound the bells for an hour and a half. If you really, really, really feel the need to do so, then, at least, play more than one tune. Anyone else doing similar would have been slapped with an ASBO
  • A fantastic building full of history.
  • Great gothic archiecture.
  • Lovely venue for a traditional wedding