Attractions industry news
17 Sep 2012
Plans for Clifton Suspension Bridge attraction approved
Proposals to establish a new heritage attraction at the Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol have been approved by North Somerset Council.
The plans include replacing a temporary building with a permanent venue at the bridge - designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel - which first opened in 1864.
The centre will explain the history of the bridge, its design and construction as well as the relationship between the river Avon and the city of Bristol.