Ancient Monuments

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Scheduled Monuments in Bristol

  1. Bet tohorah at Jacob's Wells Road
    Clifton Ward
  2. Blaise Castle, Iron Age hillfort, Roman and medieval remains, and post-medieval garden
    Henbury and Brentry Ward
  3. Bowl barrow in Bowness Gardens 315m north west of the swimming lake
    Southmead Ward
  4. Bristol Castle vaulted chambers
    Central Ward
  5. Civil War defences on Brandon Hill
    Hotwells and Harbourside Ward
  6. Clifton Down camp, Clifton
    Clifton Ward
  7. Dominican Friars (Quaker's Friars)
    Central Ward
  8. Druid Stoke burial chamber, Stoke Bishop Photos
    Stoke Bishop Ward
  9. Fairbairn Crane, Bristol Harbour Photos
    Hotwells and Harbourside Ward
  10. Heavy Anti-aircraft battery 520m east of Holes Mouth
    Avonmouth and Lawrence Weston Ward
  11. Hermitage in Quaker burial ground near St Mary Redcliffe
    Central Ward
  12. King's Weston Hill camp, Henbury
    Avonmouth and Lawrence Weston Ward
  13. Medieval vaults north of St Peter's Church
    Central Ward
  14. Part of a minor Romano-British villa at Long Cross
    Avonmouth and Lawrence Weston Ward
  15. Part of a Roman road on Durdham Down 865m north east of Black Rocks
    Stoke Bishop Ward
  16. Part of Bristol city wall 185m west of Bristol Bridge
    Central Ward
  17. Part of the Roman Settlement of Abonae
    Stoke Bishop Ward
  18. Second World War heavy anti-aircraft battery 590m north east of Highwood House, Pur Down, Bristol
    Lockleaze Ward
  19. Section of City Wall, King Street
    Central Ward
  20. St Mary-le-Port Church
    Central Ward
  21. Temple Church
    Central Ward
  22. The Mere Bank and flanking ditches
    Avonmouth and Lawrence Weston Ward
  23. Underfall Yard, Bristol Docks
    Hotwells and Harbourside Ward
  24. Vault in High Street Photos
    Central Ward

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