We offer unique and characterful spaces for memorable visits and unforgettable events. Enjoy our warm welcome, a refreshing drink, and sample the local produce featured throughout our historic venues. From our stunning 360 cafe roof terrace, with iconic views over Avon Gorge and Suspension Bridge, to our captivating museums and river bar, each venue has its own character and charm for you to explore.
We take great pride in sympathetically restoring each location we acquire to their former glory, showcasing original architectural features and adding a little flair of our own. Customer Experience and events are our passion, and you’ll find each venue has its own style. We use the best local produce about, picked by our professional teams.
EAT & DRINK
Enjoy a coffee on the rooftop of the Observatories 360 cafe or sip a cocktail watching the boats pass along the river at the Wellhead.
Each of our venues have a story to tell. Absorb Bristol’s rich history within the museums at these iconic spaces.
These spaces are in some of the most beautiful spots in the city, a perfect place for a wedding.
Each of our venues offers a unique space for private hire and an eager team to help you plan and deliver your event.
Regularly credited as one of the most iconic panoramas in the South West, the Clifton Observatory provides breathtaking views over the city of Bristol and the iconic Clifton Suspension Bridge. Open to the public is the Observatory’s 360 Cafe along with the Museum, Camera Obscura and the Giants Cave.
Clifton Observatory’s 360 glass & rooftop cafe offers both indoor and outdoor seating overlooking the City of Bristol and Clifton Suspension bridge.
Located in the heart of Bristol visitors are invited to indulge in a variety of refreshments, cake and coffee on our rooftop terrace and enjoy the panoramic views of the surrounding area.
A unique new venue, housed right in the centre of the Finzels Reach leisure complex. The historic building and surrounding units have a rich and fascinating brewing history and we’ve exciting plans to complement the already buzzing atmosphere of neighbouring bars and craft breweries.
Thousands of people pass the bottom entrance to the Clifton Rocks Railway as they drive along Bristol’s Portway, with most not knowing what secret is buried in the rock of the Avon Gorge.