We had a nice chat with one of the attendants. The history of the building makes it worth the visit.
An impressive collection of stained glass windows, complementing the high vaulted ceilings. We sat in the Lady Chapel meditating quietly and absorbed the tranquillity.
It is very grand - spectacular, even. Nothing to dislike. Even in a city full of churches well worth a visit
The church has got lots of history, class and beauty. A very warm welcome from the lady on the welcome and a great place to pray. Free entry and a magnificent building.
Ancient tall and grand. The beautiful stained glass windows are wonderful colours. The structure of the building demands attention. Vivid glances into the past evoke scenes of Queen Elizabeth 1st saying that this Church was the Grandest Church in all the land.
If you're interested in the history of Bristol or architecture, this is well worth a visit. There is plenty of unobtrusive information for those who want to know more, and plenty of peace and space for those who just want to admire
Still functions as a Catholic church. Sat in on a mass, although I do not consider myself a Catholic, but enjoyed the music and the beautiful windows.
The outside is very attractive and the surrounding roads fairly quiet while we were there on a Saturday morning. The interior is fantastic and very well maintained. Fantastic arches
A lovely church buzzing with activities inside and out, close the Temple Meads station, within walking distance of the coach station and near lots of eateries and other places of interest. Beautiful stone work, historic stained glass, a stunning piece of architecture. It is a bit noisy being so close to such a busy roundabout but once you are inside,... More
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