Clifton Suspension Bridge
Nestled next to the Clifton Observatory - Camera Obscura and the charming Clifton Village with its array of delightful restaurants and cozy cafes, you'll find the remarkable Clifton Suspension Bridge.
This awe-inspiring engineering marvel was completed in 1864 and is one of England's most impressive feats. Stretching an impressive 412 meters across the serene Avon River, it connects Bristol to the picturesque Leigh Woods village.
The bridge not only serves as a vital link between these two places but also stands as a symbol of architectural excellence and historical importance.
Bridge Road BS8 3PA Leigh Woods United Kingdom