A visit to Bristol is incomplete without a visit to the world renowned Clifton Suspension Bridge. Designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, but completed only after his death as a memorial to him, the Clifton Suspension Bridge is a breathtaking symbol of the city and a popular landmark visited by numerous tourists every year. The 76 metre high bridge, spanning over the Avon Gorge, linking Bristol with North Somerset, offers visitors spectacular views of Avon Gorge as well as the beautiful cities beyond. Although the bridge was designed to carry horse drawn traffic, today it is used by thousands of commuters in their vehicles. This masterpiece of Brunel is definitely worth a visit, not only to admire its impressive design but also for the stunning views it offers.
Crossing the bridge on foot or bicycle is free however those traveling by vehicle need to pay a toll of £1. Entrance to the visitor information center is free
Bridge is open 24 hours Visitor center is open from 10am-5pm
Those joining the tour will take around 1 hour to complete it
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
The stunning suspension bridge, the spectacular views
The Clifton Suspension Bridge does not have prayer facilities that can be used by Muslim visitors. Muslim tourists will have to visit one of the mosques in the city of Bristol when necessary. They could ask the locals to direct them to a nearby mosque or get more information at their hotel regarding mosques in the area.
While Muslim tourists visiting the Clifton Suspension Bridge will not find any Halal restaurants or cafes at the bridge, they will find numerous Halal food outlets in the city of Bristol. Muslim visitors could make inquiries at the mosque regarding the location of good Halal restaurants in the area, or ask the locals to direct them to a nearby Halal restaurant.