Apostles Cathedral, Bristol

Soon to be converted in to “luxury apartments” we took a trip here with Rookinella and Scott, from 28DL after a rather unsuccessful explore in Gloucester!

The cathedral is in a pretty terrible state, but some of the windows and the basement proved quite interesting.

Visited: October 2008 / Last updated: December 2014

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9 Responses to “Apostles Cathedral, Bristol”

  1. Henri LeBon says:

    Has anyone done the slave tunnels under Bristol or are they a myth?

  2. Sam says:

    Hi, I’m a student in 6th form studying photography and was wondering if you know any decent derelict locations near to where I live. I live in Sherborne, NW of Dorset, and need a good place to base my A level photography shoot at. I am fascinated by the history of abandoned buildings and hope you can help me out. Cheers.

    • Henri LeBon says:

      Mate, head to Penselwood, outside of Bourton, near Gillingham. There’s an abandoned mill there which is pretty cool, next to the river stour. Not a massive site but quite groovy.

  3. Me says:

    Unfortunately this building is now student accommodation

  4. Dave says:

    Hey this place looks pretty cool! In what part of Bristol is this place? How do I get there?

    • The Urban Explorer says:

      Dave, a simple search on Google will show you exactly where the Apostles Cathedral is. However, I’ve not seen any new reports from here in years and it’s been ear-marked for redevelopment for longer still. I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s finally been converted.

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