The parish church of St Mary Redcliffe has stood for over 800 years and is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture. Described as "the fairest, goodliest and most famous parish church in England" by Queen Elizabeth I, it stands on the red cliffs above Bristol's floating harbour.
Temple Church is a Grade II* listed ruined church in the Temple area of Bristol. It was founded in the mid-12th century by Robert of Gloucester and the Knights Templar. The 'leaning tower' and walls of this large late medieval church survived bombing during the Second World War, though much of the interior was destroyed.
Redcliffe Caves are man made caves in the Redcliffe area of Bristol, close to St Mary Redcliffe church. Much of their history is vague but French and Spanish prisoners were held there in the 18th century. The caves are only open on certain event days such as the Bristol Doors Open Day in September and for guided tours.