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Queen Square

Queen Square, off Prince Street, Bristol, England
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A nice place to soak up the chilled Bristol vibe.

Queen Square is always very popular. In the summer it is great for picnics and having a drink going... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Tim C
Bristol, United Kingdom
Just another city square...

As other reviewers have said these aren't pretty gardens. If you're walking out of town heading... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Henry T
Reading, United Kingdom
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“green space” (20 reviews)
“city centre” (32 reviews)
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Queen Square, off Prince Street, Bristol, England
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Reviewed yesterday

Queen Square is always very popular. In the summer it is great for picnics and having a drink going into the evening. There are frequent events that occur in the square from Classic Car meets to events for children. It is very well looked after...More

Thank Tim C
Reviewed yesterday

As other reviewers have said these aren't pretty gardens. If you're walking out of town heading along the river if you take a right at some point you'll come across them. They're a feature which you'll probably walk through but not stop for long. At...More

Thank Henry T
Reviewed 4 days ago

These gardens are not that pretty. The statue is covered in Birds mess and the whole area seems neglected which is a shame as it could be a beautiful area. the buildings surrounding it are well kept, but the green space lets the area down....More

Thank BargeeGirl
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A place of peace in the city centre, somewhere to escape to where you can just chill, there is no entrance fee and there are seats to relax on and just take in the surroundings, if all the seats are taken you can always sit...More

Thank Nickolaiivanovich
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Classy & elegant. A proper bit of Bristol history, only 50% touched by the Luftwaffe! A great hub for further sightseeing...

Thank Disgusted17
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Busy at times. Beautiful area of Bristol. Seating and large grass areas to sit and admire the views of the old Victorian and historical buildings. Several events held here throughout the year.

Thank kay130
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Queen's square is known for good occasional fares. Nice place to grab a book while basking in the sun, or just chasing after the little guy kicking around a little football. One of my favorite places in Bristol

Thank Yafaiye
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Very "London" feel to this area - loads of historical streets and houses which suddenly open out into this wonderful green square. Pleasant paths and walkways, with statue in the centre. A bit of a green "lung" for the city to breath a bit. Very...More

Thank Andy F
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Queen Square (finished in 1727 and named after Queen Anne) is a 5.9 acres garden square with a statue of William III (dating from 1736) in the centre – the square is a busy pedestrian thoroughfare for people moving between the city centre and other...More

Thank Andrew081
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

In the heart of an older part of the city, surrounded by imposing offices owned by professions, this is a lovely space to enjoy some peace and quiet

Thank 654GregP654
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