St John the Baptist's Church

Interesting
This 14C church boasts a crenellated tower and a spire above a triple arch, one of the six medieval gateways of the original fortified city. It contains several interesting 17C wood objects (lectern, communion table, hourglass), plus an older brass plate in the choir.

Useful information

Address : 

Broad Street, BS1 2EZ Bristol

Opening hours

Mon-Thu 11am-2pm (telephone to confirm)

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