The Ultimate Bottomless Brunch Bristol Guide 2024

Bottomless Brunch Bristol 2024

Best places for Bottomless Brunch Bristol

Bottomless brunch has become increasingly popular, and it’s easy to understand why.  People enjoy the relaxed atmosphere, a wide selection of brunch items, with the added convenience of enjoying unlimited cocktails such as Prosecco, Mojitos and other popular cocktails

We’ve narrowed down the best places for large groups, saving you hours of time searching.  With so much variety and convenience, it’s a definite Hen Party activity winner.

Here are some of the most popular places to visit for a Bottomless Brunch in Bristol.

The Botanist - Stylish Bottomless Brunch

20a Berkeley Square, Bristol BS8 1HP

Located in the city centre, it is a great place to enjoy a leisurely brunch and take advantage of the unlimited drinks. Bottomless drink options include Prosecco, Aperol Spritz, Raspberry Spritz, Blood Orange Spritz or Elderflower Spritz.

The Botanist is a stylish premium pub, bar and restaurant with a relaxed atmosphere bringing together elements of contemporary and traditional décor, perfect for your Bottomless Brunch. 

Customers rave about the delicious food, flowing prosecco and customer service.

Botanist Bottomless Brunch


Clifton Down Station, Whiteladies Rd, Clifton, Bristol BS8 2PN

Steam is a large, quirky, steampump-style venue and one of the most unique spaces in Bristol.  It has one of the largest covered and heated terraces in the city with three stretch tents and serves a Japanese inspired menu from their pop up, Joki Shak.

You get to enjoy 90 minutes (plus 30 minutes drinking up time) of a selection of bottomless Summer Cocktail jugs, Prosecco and jugs of Steam’s Pilsner & Cider whilst enjoying their delicious food.

You can get a real feel for the place watching a video on their home page.

Tonight Josephine Bristol

28 Baldwin St, Bristol BS1 1NG

Indulge in the ultimate 90s face-off at Josephine’s Battle of the Girl Bands Brunch! This thrilling bottomless drag brunch extravaganza pits the Spice Girls against the Pussycat Dolls in a sing-off like no other, presided over by two legendary queens of the scene. Immerse yourself in an endless array of tantalizing cocktails, including Pornstar Spritz, Aperol Spritz, and London Lady, while savoring delectable brunch dishes that cater to every palate.

Prepare to be enchanted by spectacular performances and vie for exciting prizes during this enthralling event. Plus, don your most captivating 90s ensemble for a chance to claim the title of best-dressed girl gang, with fabulous rewards awaiting the winners.

This brunch is an unforgettable journey back in time, celebrating the beloved music and fashion of the 90s. Relive the era’s magic and book your spot now for an experience that will transport you to a time of carefree nostalgia. Don’t miss out on the hottest brunch event in town – it’s time to Loosen Up Your Buttons and spice up your life!  Booking in advance is essential.

Tonight Josephine Bottomless Brunch

The Lost & Found

85 Queens Rd, Clifton, Bristol BS8 1QS

Step into the whimsical world of The Lost & Found, where wonder, discovery, and grandeur awaits. Located right in the heart of the action, this enchanting escape allows you to immerse yourself and relish in unforgettable moments. Indulge in the artistry of mixology and uncover the hidden charms of a decadent past as you savour eclectic cocktails, inspired by the majestic beauty of botany.

Bottomless Brunch at the Lost & Found offers a fantastic selection of brunch dishes with bottomless Aperol Spritz, Prosecco, Mimosa, Bloody Mary, Green Machine, Strawberry and Cucumber Fizz or Italian AF Spritz

Customers rave about their excellent table service, fantastic food and a constant flow of cocktails.  Book Here


The Lost & Found Bottomless Brunch

Flight Club

41 Corn St, Bristol BS1 1HT

Flight Club Darts Bristol offers a very unique and lively venue for a hen party Bottomless Brunch. Combining darts heritage with fairground excitement, the decor exudes British pub warmth with a nod to Bristol’s charm.  You compete against each other over 8 round of different games, Donkey Derby, Quack Shots, Snakes and Ladders, Killer it’s so much fun!

With Prosecco, bottomless pizza, and Social Darts sampler, guests are in for a treat.   Spend half your time perfecting throws and the other half toasting champions. Each guest gets a whole bottle of Prosecco and delicious pizza paddles, with complimentary orange juice for mimosas. It’s the ultimate fun-filled brunch experience!  Booking well in advance is a must, it really is as good as everyone says it is. 

Blame Glora - Unforgettable Bottomless Brunch

22 Small St, Bristol BS1 1DW

Step into a world where retro meets contemporary, as this restaurant effortlessly blends vintage-inspired decor with a modern twist. The ambience is electric, featuring neon lights, eclectic artwork, and an energetic soundtrack that sets the stage for an unforgettable dining experience.

Blame Gloria have themed bottomless brunches for you to choose from, inspirations include Abba, Rocky Horror Show, Back to the Noughty and good old karaoke.

People rave about banging great tunes, an amazing atmosphere and fantastic Drag acts.

Dirty Martini

47 Corn St, Bristol BS1 1HT

Nestled on Corn Street, Dirty Martini Bristol exudes glamorous party vibes perfect for a hen party. Indulge in their bottomless brunch featuring delicious food, top-notch cocktails, and generous happy hours. With a wide array of martinis and cocktails, DJs, and sax players, it’s a lively spot.

Don’t miss out on snapping a pic at their famous neon angel wings, a must for your Instagram feed. Their attentive hosts. ensures drinks flow freely, making for an unforgettable experience. The food and cocktails are delectable, promising a fun-filled and tasty celebration.   Book Today!

Hen Party Bottomless Brunch Bristol

Turtle Bay Bristol

8 Broad Quay, Bristol BS1 4DA

The vibrant world of Turtle Bay, where the Caribbean spirit comes alive!  Imagine this: a magical place that captured the true essence of the Caribbean.

As soon as you walk through our doors, you’ll be greeted by the island bar, reminiscent of the laid-back beach shacks in the Caribbean. It’s the heart of the party!  But there’s more to Turtle Bay than meets the eye. They’ve got loads of rum, infectious reggae beats that’ll make your hips sway, and a mouthwatering spread of Caribbean-inspired food for any time of day or celebration.

And here’s the best part: you can enjoy the ultimate bottomless brunch for your hen party! Enjoy 2 hours of unlimited cocktails, prosecco, draft beers, and mocktails. Plus, you get to choose any brunch dish, burger, or wrap. Or, if you’re feeling fancy, upgrade to any dish on the menu!

Get ready to experience the Caribbean vibes and good times at Turtle Bay. It’s the perfect way to kick off your unforgettable hen party!


Turtle Bay Bristol Bottomless Brunch

Cosy Club

31 Corn St, Bristol BS1 1HT

Unveil the Elegance of Hen Party Bliss at Cosy Club, Bristol!

Ladies, gather your flock for an unforgettable hen party experience at the crown jewel of Corn Street – the legendary Cosy Club! Nestled in the heart of the Old City, this splendid venue, dubbed the ‘Cathedral of all Cosy Clubs,’ beckons you with open arms.

As you step inside, your eyes will meet a breathtaking glass domed ceiling, adorned with original cornicing and fresco work, now bathed in mesmerizing LED illumination. Enormous chandeliers sway gracefully above you, casting a warm glow on the vintage sofas, 1930s cocktail chairs, and delightfully mismatched tables and chairs.

The walls tell stories of aristocracy with captivating oil paintings and family portraits, while the Chinese room-inspired wallpaper adds an exotic touch. And let’s not forget the polished Bath stone that envelops you in luxury.

But that’s not all! Elevate your brunch to sheer decadence with 90 minutes of unlimited drinks, featuring Prosecco, Bloody Marys, Cosy mimosas, and a tantalizing array of cocktails and refreshing beverages.

Your hen party deserves nothing less than the opulent embrace of Cosy Club, where memories are crafted in style and sophistication. Book your celebration now at 31 Corn Street, Bristol BS1 1HT, and prepare for an enchanting day of pure delight.

Cosy Club Cocktails Bristol

Slug and Lettuce Harbourside

Explore Ln, Bristol BS1 5TY

Join the ultimate hen party brunch experience where the spotlight is on you and your favourite crew!  Treat yourselves to two fabulous hours of bottomless cocktails paired with the brunch of your dreams. Embrace your best selves because, after all, brunch should be as extraordinary as you are!

Slug and Lettuce have a mouthwatering menu of brunch delights that will leave your taste buds dancing with joy. From the classic Full English to the trendy Avocado Focaccia, delectable Waffle Eggs, and the indulgent Berry Pancake Tacos, they’ve got it all. Also they’ve just added four sensational NEW burgers to satisfy your lunch cravings.

It’s the perfect excuse for any celebration. Gather your favourite people and be part of the most memorable brunch experience ever. Let’s turn every moment into an endless celebration of friendship, fun, and fabulous food and drinks.

Make your hen party brunch unforgettable – one cocktail and one laugh at a time!

Slug and Lettuce Bottomless Brunch

Coyote Ugly

Bordeaux Quay, Bristol BS1 5EP

Welcome to the most famous bar on the planet! This venue isn’t about sophistication; it’s about letting loose, going wild, and living your best life. With a Hollywood blockbuster filmed here, it’s a spot where memories are made. Perfect for a hen party Bottomless Brunch, it’s a place to party like there’s no tomorrow. Say goodbye to sophistication and hello to fun-filled madness. If you’re ready to join the craziness, they’ll ensure your experience is unforgettable. Get ready to let down your hair, dance the day away, and create memories that will last a lifetime.

Hen Party Brunch Bristol Coyote Ugly


Podium Level, Colston Tower, Colston Street, Bristol BS1 4XE

Get ready to kick off your hen party celebrations in style at Bambalan, Bristol’s ultimate summer hotspot! Located in the heart of the city, at the Beacon Tower, Bambalan is your go-to destination for fabulous drinks, mouthwatering food, and unbeatable views.

Picture this: you and your fabulous squad, basking in the sun on Bristol’s best rooftop terrace, with panoramic city views that will leave you speechless. But that’s not all – there’s a culinary treat waiting for you! Indulge in our Mediterranean-inspired small plates or savour the new addition to the menu – wood-fired, sourdough pizzas that are to die for.

For those looking for lighter options, there’s mezze-style small plates, fresh salads, and delicious grilled fish and seafood.

And the party doesn’t stop there! Enjoy the beats of Bristol’s finest DJs on the terrace every weekend. So, ladies, get ready to toast, eat, and dance the day away at Bambalan’s bottomless brunch – the perfect start to your unforgettable hen party!

Brace & Browns

43 Whiteladies Rd, Redland, Bristol BS8 2LS

Get ready to brunch and bubbly like never before, ladies! Brace and Browns Bristol is the ultimate hotspot for your hen party bottomless brunch extravaganza!

Step into a world of style and contemporary charm where vintage meets modern in the most delightful way. Picture this: exposed brick walls, wooden floors, and a warm, inviting colour scheme that wraps you in coziness. The seating? Oh, it’s a blend of plush leather chairs and cozy banquettes, surrounding wooden tables topped with chic lighting fixtures. The vibe? Completely relaxed and casual – just what you need for a leisurely brunch with your besties.

Now, let’s talk about the star of the show – the Bottomless Brunch at Brace and Browns Bristol! For a glorious 90 minutes, you and your squad can sip on unlimited Prosecco,  while indulging in mouthwatering brunch delights.

Get ready to clink glasses, giggle endlessly, and make unforgettable memories at Brace and Browns Bristol.

Bottomless Brunch Hen Party Bristol

Las Iguanas

South Bldg Anchor Square, Anchor Square, Bristol BS1 5UH

Ladies, get ready to savour the sizzling flavours of Latin America like never before! Choose Las Iguanas for an unforgettable Bottomless Brunch experience that’ll set your hearts aflutter.

Indulge in mouthwatering Latin American delights, all crafted with love from scratch. Their menu boasts a knockout lineup of premium cocktails that will leave you feeling on top of the world. And guess what?  Their Latin vibes and vibrant colours straight from the southern hemisphere will make this brunch an explosion of joy!

Bottomless Brunch awaits you:  Choose your favourite brunch dish from our menu.  Then, let the magic begin with unlimited cocktails, mocktails, beer, bubbles, and spirits for a full two hours!

Don’t miss out on this sensational celebration of taste, rhythm, and good times. Grab your besties and book your spot now!

Las Iguanas Bottomless Brunch

Par 59

Unit 3B, Building, 11 Millennium Promenade, Bristol BS1 5SZ

Brunch with a difference!  Get ready to swing into the ultimate hen party experience at Par 59!  This is not your average brunch spot; it’s a stylish haven where delicious food meets premium drinks and, of course, mini golf fun.  Picture this: endless mimosas, mouthwatering bites, groovy tunes, and a mini golf course waiting just for you!

If you’re starting with the classic Par Bottomless Brunch, you’re in for a treat. But why stop there? Elevate your brunch game and go all-in with the Pro Brunch for the ultimate mini golf extravaganza!

Create unforgettable memories with your friends, it’s not just brunch; it’s a celebration of friendship, laughter, unforgettable moments which will be a really good ice breaker for any Hen Party!

People rave about “The most delicious fried chicken”

Hen Party Activities Bristol Crazy Golf at Par59

Pitcher and Piano

Cannons Road, Bristol BS1 5UH

Known for its shabby chic interiors and cozy atmosphere, Pitcher & Piano has been delighting hen parties with their brunch experience since 1996. Nestled on Bristol’s Harbourside, P&P Bristol offers the perfect setting for a memorable experience.

As you and your fellow hens step through the doors, you’ll instantly feel the charm that has made Pitcher & Piano a beloved spot for brunch lovers. The eclectic and whimsical furniture spread across two floors ensures you’ll have plenty of Insta-worthy spots to choose from as you savour a delectable lunch. From mouthwatering salads to juicy burgers, their seasonal menu has something to satisfy every craving.

On the top floor, you’ll be greeted by sweeping views of Bristol’s picturesque harbourside. This space, adorned with unique nooks and crannies, is tailor-made for your hen party celebrations. Whether you’re planning an intimate gathering or a lively get-together, Pitcher & Piano Bristol promises unforgettable memories with your hen party crew!

Customers rave about their Great food, great service and great value.

Bottomless Brunch Bristol

Do you need somewhere to stay whilst you are visiting Bristol.   Are you celebrating a special occasion?  Looking for a unique hen weekend, or large holiday rental for the weekend. 

We offer an offerable Holiday Cottage to suit different budgets, without comprimising on quality

Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm Bristol

Tiger at Noahs Ark Zoo Farm Bristol

Noah's Ark Zoo Farm

Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm is a family-owned zoo set on a working farm in 100 acres of beautiful, peaceful North Somerset countryside.  The zoo was founded by Anthony and Christina Bush, who have lived and worked there together as dairy farmers since 1962 when the original Moat House Farm was part of the Tyntesfield Estate. 

The couple first opened Noah’s Ark as a farm visitor centre in 1999 and it quickly became a favourite day out for visitors. It has since grown to become an award-winning zoo and one of the most popular visitor attractions in Somerset.

Opening for its first season as Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm Centre in 1999, visitors were able to get hands-on with bottle-feeding lambs and getting up close to both farm animals and exotic animals such as llamas, camels and wallabies. Tractor rides and playing in the hay barn were popular activities as they still are today.

Now the zoo welcomes over 170,000 visitors a year and has an exciting, large animal collection of over one hundred species which includes African elephants, giraffes, lions, a tiger, rhinos and bears. The original hands-on approach has continued and today visitors enjoy close encounters with some amazing animals.

Sustainability and conservation are foundational to everything they do at Noah’s Ark. This includes education through their daily Keeper Talks, education workshops and regular fundraising events for animal conservation charities.

Noah’s Ark is proud to have various species which are part of the European Endangered Species Programme (EEP), which works with animal parks and zoos across Europe to breed and protect endangered species.  The Elephant Eden enclosure is the largest elephant enclosure in the UK and in fact the largest in Northern Europe.

The farm aims to be a leading “green zoo” and generates over half of their our own electricity needs through renewable power generation on site – solar panels on the roofs of animal enclosures, biomass and their our very own wind turbine.  Harvesting and recycling water from roofs and providing enrichment for animals using upcycled materials such as old fire hoses donated by the local fire service.  They support local and Fairtrade through our cafes and kiosks and use recyclable and compostable packaging wherever possible.

They have over 100 different species of animals from Lions and Tigers, giant African Elephants, Giraffes and Bison to Madagascar Day Geckos, Yellow-Bellied Terrapins and Sun Beetles.

Noahs Ark Zoo Farm Bristol

If you visit the zoo you’ll find a model replica of the biblical Ark in the Ark Exhibition Room located just off the courtyard opposite our Farm Shop.  As the name of the park suggests, it is themed on the story of Noah and the Ark and has had some resources onsite which explore the idea that a boat built by a man inspired by God was constructed to protect and conserve creatures from an early flooded world.

Was it just a story or is there evidence for a real event? You can make up your own mind from the information boards and take a look at the impressive scale model vessel.

The model Ark took a thousand hours to build. It is built in scale with the dimensions in Genesis, a full size vessel would have been huge. To verify whether a timber-built vessel of this size could really float they asked Professor Andrews of the London School of Naval Architecture to allow a student to do a research project on it. He agreed. Thomas Grafton studied the Ark as part of his degree course and showed that it most certainly would have floated. In his review of the project, Charles Betts, chief naval architect for the British Navy, considered that the Ark would have been able to withstand a force-12 gale.

The Zoo hold’s special events through the year, in January kids go for free when accompanied by a paying adult.  February Half Term, Woo At the Zoo, where you can follow the heart trail around the zoo, finding fun facts about the animals and you can win a family day ticket for 2 adults and 2 children.  And much more.

Check out their special events HERE

Noahs Ark Zoo Farm Bristol

For an additional cost why not try their Elephant Experience.  Be prepared to get up close with the largest land mammal on Earth, the African Elephant.   A One-to-one experience, behind the scenes with their Elephant Keepers to find out how our African elephants receive the best care possible. Find out what it’s really like to be a Zoo keeper as you help with daily enclosure maintenance and food preparation.

Watch in awe as our experienced keepers, with protected contact training, carry out daily husbandry tasks such as weighing, washing and foot care. Revel in exclusive behind-the-scenes access to our 20-acre Elephant enclosure and help the keepers hide enrichment treats for the Elephants to find. Enjoy all this whilst learning some fantastic facts from our highly experienced keepers.  You will also receive an Elephant Keeper experience souvenir pack which includes free day entry to Zoo for the participant(s), a personalised certificate of achievement and a complimentary T-shirt to remember your experience.

Check out their Website for more information on this great experience HERE

They also have a large indoor play areas for rainy days :-

Jungle Den – A heated indoor soft play area for under 5’s. Ball pits, rollers, slides, soft games, ball blower and much more!

Beehive Maze – Buzz around the largest indoor 3d maze on site which covers 4 levels with many a twist, turn and dead-end to make it a little harder.

SoftPlay – A huge indoor play barn with a massive drop slide, trampolines, climbing frames, rope bridges, nets and swings. Younger children will enjoy the tractor track with plastic tractors to drive.

Straw Den – Swing your way around our barn on the hanging ropes and land softly in the mound of straw in the covered play straw barn.

Milk A Cow – Try your hand at milking their life-size cow in the Animal Village.

And an outside Play Area:-

Mega Monster & Mini Maze – Europe’s longest hedge maze! Will you conquer it? Have an a-maze-ing time answering the questions to lead you out. The mini maze alongside is good practice and great for the little ones. Don’t forget your wellies, the maze can get very muddy in the wetter months.

Elephant Playzone – A giant Elephant slide and new whirling web at the new play area at Elephant Eden.

Tractor Rides – Enjoy a tractor ride, for just £2 across the farms land taking in breathtaking views of the Severn Crossings!

Wallaby Hill – Zip, climb, swing and scramble in the huge outdoor wooden adventure playground, packed with 2 zip lines, climbing wall, rope bridges, swings and slide plus Noah’s ark!

Bigger Diggers – Try your hand at digging and scooping with the electric bigger diggers by the Big Cat Sanctuary for only £1.

As well as a Termite Mound, Welly Splash Pool, Trampolines and Sand Pit.

There is just so much to see and do, you can easily enjoy a whole day having fun with your family.

Address – Clevedon Road, Wraxhall, Bristol BS48 1PG – Tel 01275 852606

Opening Hours

February – November – Monday – Saturday, 10.30am- 5pm. Open on bank holidays.

December – January  – Monday – Saturday, 10.30am- 4pm.   Closed on Sundays.

Independent Review

3 weeks ago– 5 Stars
Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm
Fantastic day! We were so surprised how many animals there were (including ones my children had never see before) and great activities for the children including soft play and rope swings in a hay barn. There is a tractor ride which you pay extra for (£2 per person) and we were able to see the elephant closely as she was walking across the field.
Want to read more about things to do in Bristol, read our  Guide

A Wander in Winterbourne

Jersey Cow Winterbourne Bury Hill Farm

Exporing Winterbourne

Exploring and wandering around Winterbourne, Bristol.  It was a lovely warm Saturday afternoon and I decided to go for a little stroll around Winterbourne’s footpaths and country lanes to do some foraging and to explore. The Donkeys and Cows followed me along the drive, I think they would have liked to come. I turned left heading down Cuckoo Lane. Almost straight away I came across a wall of lovely ripe and ready for picking blackberries, I left them where they were, as I would be returning the same way and would pick them on the way back.

I continued up Bury Hill and along the lane, I had also planned to visit Bury Hill Fort today too, after reading a recent newspaper article about it.  The Iron Age fort was built about 700 BC. The double earth ramparts are well preserved except on the western side.  One side of the fort is along a steep hill edge above the River Frome, the other 3 sides are flat.  The flat sides have been destroyed by quarrying.  There is a central ditch, with ramparts built on both the inner and outer sides of the ditches.  The Romans occupied the fort, to defend against invasions from South Wales.

Walking in the Country Winterbourne Bristol

We have lived in Winterbourne for 23 years and haven’t been, so today was the day.  Access to the Fort is via a stone stile. There is a sign indicating the public footpath just off of Bury Hill.  You can walk through the field and exit the other side by another stone stile. There’s not really a lot to see now, you need to have a really good imagination.

I continued my walk along Bury Hill turning right at the small triangle of grass, the junction where Bury Hill crosses with Church Lane and went towards the Frome Valley River.  It was lovely to see people out enjoying the sunshine, running, walking their dogs and riding their horses.  This part of Bury Hill joins onto the Frome Valley walkway.  I continued along Frome Valley River heading toward a bridge, I wasn’t sure which way I would go from there, but once at the bridge, I decided to do a bit of “off-roading” and walked along the river following the walkway.

Walking in Winterbourne

The canopy of the trees was now completely joined together and the damp, crisp forest like smell made for a completely different atmosphere.  I highly recommend having no idea where you are going on your walk and just seeing where you end up, we all have phones now which will help us out when we think we are lost. 

I took photos and enjoyed the journey.  Dogs love this part of the river as it is shallow and they can run in and out of the water and have a fab time.    There is a small very old bridge that you must cross before exiting up the hill, I then found myself amongst the houses in Winterbourne.

Walking in the Country Winterbourne Bristol

I knew exactly where I was and instead of turning back, I decided to continue as there was another part of the river that I have also never walked along.  I passed the Pub the “Cross Hands” on Down Road.  They were having a Cider, Cheese and Chillies Event today.  It’s a friendly proper old-fashioned pub, with tons of character and has a large, enclosed garden at the back, families are welcome.  They always have different things going on during the year as they are at the heart of the village.  The Cross Hands doesn’t serve food, but it does have lots of guest ciders, ales, snacks and a cosy atmosphere and always has fabulous hanging baskets and window boxes overflowing with beautiful flowers outside.  On this occasion I didn’t stop, I was on a mission today to visit places I hadn’t been to before.

Cross Hands Pub Winterbourne

I headed down, Down Road towards the dingle, over Damsons Bridge, and through the footpath gates to continue my journey along the River Frome.  The trees are smaller along this section and the hedges are like tunnels, with some Blackthorn absolutely covered in Sloe Berries. These are what I was looking for, a Forager’s Favourite, but for me, I was thinking more for Sloe Gin ready for Christmas.

I wasn’t the only one foraging, in one of the fields that runs all the way down to the river were 5 squirrels all burying nuts.  I wasn’t quick enough to get them all together with my camera sadly.  It would have been a great photo. There were also plenty of Rose hips for me to pick, I’m going to make my first ever Rose Hip Jelly.

In the distance, I get a good look at The Huckford Viaduct, a bridge composed of several small spans for crossing a valley, which extends over the River Frome just north of Winterbourne Down.  It was built in 1902 as part of the Wootton Bassett to Patchway railway line. It now forms part of the “Badminton” line from Bristol Parkway to Paddington station. The viaduct rises to 100 feet above the river and is made up of 11 massive brick arches. The Frome Valley Walkway also passes through one of these arches.

Winterbourne Viaduct

The pathway had many twists and turns, it was a really good walk and as I went around the bend at the top, I could see so much.  Horses in the fields, Birds of Prey in the sky.  It was a lovely view.  I could have gone on but by now I’d been steadily wandering for 2 ½ hours, I still had to walk back and I needed to pick some Blackberries for the next day’s pudding, Apple and Blackberry Crumble, the first one of the year.  So, I headed back.

Map of my Walk

Frome walkway

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