Brandon Hill Nature Park
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Brandon Hill Nature Park
Take a stroll in the park and admire one of the best views of Bristol. The park is located in the centre of town, around a large hill. It is also here you will find the Cabot Tower, which was completed in July 1898. During spring and summer, the park is perfectly suitable for a picnic.
- Address: Great George Street, Bristol
- Phone: +44 117 917 7270
- More Info: www.visitbristol.co.uk/things-to-do/brandon-hill-nature-reserve-p1896193
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