"Brunel's Bristol" Gorge Trip
The comprehensive tour of Brunel's famous Bristol landmarks via the Avon Gorge.
During this global public health crisis we recognise the great need and responsibility to limit social gatherings and all unnecessary travel. It is therefore with sadness that we have temporarily stopped running services. We do however look forward to welcoming customers back on the water as soon as we can safely do so.
On this trip we set sail from Bristol Temple Meads Landing, directly next to Brunel's first tunnelbridges that took the first trains from Bristol to London. From there we set sail past the magnificent ss Great Britain and towards the historic lock gates, where Brunel's Other Bridge is laid to rest.
After we lock out of the harbour, we will sail under his famous Clifton Suspension Bridge via the Avon Gorge, and return to the Bristol Floating Harbour.
You can have the option of disembarking at the ss Great Britain to visit and return to Temple Meads later with our regular Ferry service, or staying on until our initial point of departure.
Tea, coffee, soft drinks and snacks are available on board,
but passengers are welcome to bring their own picnic.
WHERE: Boat trips start from Temple Meads Landing.
DURATION: 2 Hours 40 Minutes
WHAT TO BRING: Warm clothes as even on a sunny day there can be a cool river breeze.
WHEELCHAIR ACCESS: Please note, this trip picks up at the Temple Meads landing, if you have a wheelchair in your party and are unable to get out of your chair please give us a call in the office and we will organise a more appropriate pick up location for you!
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