Cabot Tower is a tower situated in the city of Bristol, England. The tower was built in 1898 to commemorate John Cabot who had 400 years earlier journeyed from Bristol to land that later became Canada. The tower has a height of 32 metres and is built from red sandstone. The Neo-Gothic tower consists of an iron staircase that leads up to two viewing platforms that offer views out over the city of Bristol and beyond.
The tower is situated in Brandon Hill Park in the city. By bus, take the 1, 2, 3, 4 or U1 buses to ‘Park Street Top’ which is a short walk away. If travelling by car, park at West End Car Park which is a short distance from the tower.
Opening Times and Admission
The tower is open daily, 8.15am-5.15am. The tower is free to visit.