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Grade II listed buildings in Bristol

There are many Grade II listed buildings in Bristol, United Kingdom.

In England and Wales the authority for listing is granted by the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 and is administered by English Heritage, an agency of the Department for Culture, Media & Sport

In the United Kingdom the term listed building refers to a building or other structure officially designated as being of special architectural, historical or cultural significance.


A-C

Name
(Alternative name)
Built Location Grid Ref[A] Ref(s)[B] Photo
ABC Cinema
(Whiteladies Picture House)
1920-21 Whiteladies Road, Clifton ST576742 [1]
A Bond Tobacco Warehouse 1905 Cumberland Basin Bristol Harbour ST571722 [2]
Academy Cinema
(Christadelphian Hall, Magic Box)
1914 Cheltenham Road ST590744 [3]
Alderman Proctor's Drinking Fountain 1872 Clifton Down ST566738 [4]
Arley Chapel
(Polish Church Of Our Lady Of Ostrobrama)
1855 Arley Hill, Cotham [1] [5]
Armada House, Bristol
(Nova House)
1903 Telephone Avenue ST587728 [6]
B Bond Warehouse
Create Centre & Bristol Record Office
1908 Smeaton Road, Spike Island ST570720 [7]
Former Bank of England building 36, Corn Street ST5872NE [8]
Brislington House 1806 Brislington ST631702 [9]
Bristol Grammar School 1877 Tyndalls Park [2] [10]
Bristol Hippodrome 1911 11-14 St Augustines Parade ST590729 [11]
Bristol North Baths c1912 Gloucester Road, Bishopston ST589749 [12]
Bristol Zoo Clifton ST570741 [13][14][15]
Brown's Restaurant
(Former City Museum and Library)
(Former University Refectory and Dining Room)
1867–1871 Queens Road ST580732 [16]
Cabot Tower 1897 Brandon Hill [3] [17]
Callandar House 18th century Clifton Hill House, Clifton ST571737 [18]
Central Police Station, Bristol
(Bridewell)
1928 Nelson Street, Broadmead [4] [19]
Chatterton's house and school, and attached screen wall 1749 Redcliffe Way, Redcliffe [5] [20]
Christmas Steps 1720 & 1800 Bristol city centre ST586731 ,[21][22][23]
,[24][25][26]
,[27][28][29]
,[30][31][32]
Church of All Hallows 1899 All Hallows Road, Easton [6] [33]
Church of St Jude the Apostle with St Matthias-on-the-Weir 1849 Braggs Lane, Old Market [7] [34]
City Road Baptist Church
(former City Road Baptist Chapel)
1861 Upper York Street, Stokes Croft [8] [35]
Clarks Wood Company warehouse c. 1863 Silverthorne Lane, St Philips ST605726 [36]
Clifton College Clifton ST569737 [37][38]
Clifton Down railway station 1874 Clifton ST576741 [39]
Colston Hall 1860s Colston Street [9] [40]
Colston's School
(former Bishops Palace)
c1725 [10] [41]
Colston's Girls' School 1891 ST590744 [42]
Coroners Court, Bristol
(School, now court and mortuary)
1857-58 Backfields, Stokes Croft [11] [43]
Cossham Memorial Hospital 1905-07 Kingswood [12] [44]
Cotham Park obelisks 18th century Cotham Park, Cotham ST585740 [45]

D-H

Name
(Alternative name)
Built Location Grid Ref[A] Ref(s)[B] Photo
Dower House
(Formerly Stoke Park House)
1553

(Rebuilt c. 1760-70)

Stoke Lane, Stoke Park, Stapleton ST614767 [46][47]
Dowry Square 1727–1750 Hotwells ST572727 [48][49][50]
[51][52][53]
[54][55][56]
[57][58]
Emanuel Court 1869 Guthrie Road, Clifton [13] [59]
Employment Exchange, Bristol
(Labour Exchange)
1931 All Saints Street, Broadmead [14] [60]
Old Fish Market, Bristol
(Now public house)
1873 45-57 Baldwin Street [15] [61]
Former Gardiners offices
(Part of Christopher Thomas Brothers' Soap Works)
1865-7. Old Bread Street [16] [62]
Former pattern-maker's shop and stores 1888 Underfall Yard Bristol Harbour [17] [63]
Former premises of Marble Mosaic Company mid-19th century Avon Street (East end) [18] [64]
Gardiners warehouse
(Part of Christopher Thomas Brothers' Soap Works)
1865 and 1884. Straight Street (Broad Plain) ST596729 [65]
Glenside
(Beaufort Hospital)
(Blackberry Hill Hospital)
1861 Fishponds ST625763 [66]
Glenside Museum
(Previously hospital chapel)
1861 Fishponds ST625763 [67]
Goldney Hall 1720 Clifton ST571737 [68]
Hatchet Inn 1606 Frogmore Street [19] [69]
Henbury Village Hall
(Henbury School)
1830 Church Lane, Henbury [20] [70]

I-R

Name
(Alternative name)
Built Location Grid Ref[A] Ref(s)[B] Photo
37 and 39 Jamaica Street 1905 and 1909 Stokes Croft ST590738 [71]
Keepers Cottage c1690 Brislington [72]
14 and 15 King Street c. 1860 King Street, Bristol ST588727 [73]
32 King Street c. 1860 King Street, Bristol ST588727 [74]
34 King Street early 18th century King Street, Bristol ST588727 [75]
35 King Street 1870 King Street, Bristol ST588727 [76]
The King's Head 1600s 60 Victoria Street, Bristol ST592727 [77]
Mauretania Public House 1870 Park Street, Bristol [21] [78]
Merchant Hall 1868 The Promenade, Clifton Down [22] [79]
Nova Scotia early 19th century Spike Island ST571721 [80]
Old City Gaol, Bristol 1832 Cumberland Road, Bristol Harbour [23] [81][82]
Old Lodge early 19th century 166 Henleaze Road, Henleaze ST577766 [83]
Old Duke 1780 King Street, Bristol ST588727 [84]
Palace Hotel c. 1860 West Street, Old Market ST597732 [85]
Patent slip and quay walls 1888 Underfall Yard Bristol Harbour [24] [86]
Portland Square
(Gates & Railings of gardens)
early 18th century St Pauls ST594737 [87]
Prince's Wharf and Wapping Wharf Bristol Harbour [25] [88]
Printers Devil
(Former Queen's Head)
18th century Broad Plain ST595729 [89]
The Pump House 1870 Cumberland Basin, Hotwells, Bristol Harbour ST571723 [90]
Queen Elizabeth's Hospital 1847 Berkley Place [26] [91][92][93]
Queen Square ST591722 [94][95][96]
[97][98]
Queen Victoria Statue 1888 College Green, Bristol ST583727 [99]
Robinson's Warehouse 1875 Bathurst Parade ST585725 [100]

R-Z

Name
(Alternative name)
Built Location Grid Ref[A] Ref(s)[B] Photo
Seven Stars Public House 18th century Thomas Lane ST591727 [101]
Shaftesbury Chambers 1904 Corn Street [27] [102]
Shakespeare Inn 1636 Victoria Street ST592726 [103]
Stag and Hounds Public House 1483 rebuilt early C18 Old Market Street, Old Market ST595731 [104]
St Aidan 1902 Nicholas Lane, St George [28] [105]
St Alban, Redland 1907 Coldharbour Lane, Redland [29] [106]
St John the Baptist 1834 Frenchay ST639773 [107]
St John's Place 1841 Apsley Road, Clifton [30] [108]
St Luke's Church, Barton Hill 1840s Queen Ann Road, Barton Hill [31] [109]
St Mary le Port Church (Tower) 15th century ST589730 [110]
St Mary Magdalene, Sneyd Park 1860 Mariners Drive, Sneyd Park [32] [111]
St Mary, Fishponds 1821 Manor Road, Fishponds [33] [112]
St Mary, Shirehampton 1929 High Street, Shirehampton [34] [113]
St Matthews Church, Cotham 1833-35 Clare Rd Cotham ST587740 [114]
St Matthias
(Lodge)
1852 Fishponds ST633763 [115]
St Oswald's church 1927 Cheddar Grove, Bedminster Down [35] [116]
St Paul 1831 Coronation Road, Southville [36] [117]
Trinity Road Library
(Originally St Philips Public Library)
1896 Trinity Road, Lawrence Hill ST600734 [118]
16 Victoria Street c. 1875 Victoria Street ST591728 [119]
Warehouse premises of Hardware (Bristol) Limited
(Part of Christopher Thomas Brothers' Soap Works)
1882 Old Bread Street ST596728 [120]
Wills Hall 1920s Stoke Bishop [37] [121]
Woodlands Christian Centre (former Church of St Mary the Virgin) 1870 - 1881 Belgrave Road / Woodland Road ST5802473811
Wool Hall 1830 St Thomas Street ST591727 [122]

Notes

A Grid reference is based on the British national grid reference system, also known as OSGB36, and is the system used by the Ordnance Survey.[123]
B References are to the data sheets for each site on Images of England which is funded by English Heritage and the Heritage Lottery Fund, to create a 'point in time' photographic record of England's listed buildings. The list is of the buildings listed at the turn of the millennium; it is not an up-to-date record of all listed buildings. The listing status and descriptions shown on the Images of England website are the listings as at February 2001.

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  62. ^ "Former Gardiners offices, Old Bread Street". Images of England. Retrieved 3 April 2007. 
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  72. ^ "Keepers Cottage". Images of England. Retrieved 26 April 2007. 
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