To the left is the “Studio“ where the Bristol inventor of cinematography, Friese-Greene, opened his first business in 1880. To the front is a statue of Edward VII, erected in 1912. In the central reservation there’s a memorial to the men of the Gloucester Regiment who lost their lives during the Boer War. On the right is Park Place, a green square overlooked by tastefully restored town houses.

This walk is for Premium members. Please select a plan below to unlock your walk.

Free

£0.00 / Trial Walks

  • Trial walks
  • Premium walks
  • Access to future walks
  • Support
Select

Premium

£3.99 / All Walks

  • Trial walks
  • Premium walks
  • Access to future walks
  • Support
Select