OPEN HOUSE & TOURS
Step back in time as you enter this Norman Priory- the oldest building in Bristol still in use, dating from 1129.
Find sanctuary in the simple grandeur of the former Benedictine priory, reopened to the public after a substantial conservation & restoration programme.
Guided tours & exhibition (Sat only): Every half hour 10.30am-3pm.
Church House will be open for viewing on Saturday only.
As the oldest building in Bristol still in use, the building is a architectural mixture of Norman, Romanesque, late Medieval, Gothic, Georgian, Victorian, Jacobean, and 21st century styles. Modern additions by Ferguson Mann Architects are an excellent example of sensitive new design being fitted to old.