One of Britain's most striking and iconic modernist churches, All Saints was built on the site of an earlier church bombed during WWII, and includes fragments of the surviving building. It is bathed in a glorious warm glow from light pouring through its famous windows, and boasts one of the finest acoustics for choral music in the West Country.
All Saints' location on the outskirts of the city makes it easily accessible by car (10-15 mins from M5 Junction 19). There is plentiful free parking on Pembroke Road, and also many of the smaller side roads in the immediate vicinity.
Clifton Down Railway Station (5-10 mins walk)
Bristol Temple Meads + no.8 bus to Alma Road
No. 8 bus from Temple Meads (every 10-15 mins) to Alma Vale (100 yards from All Saints).
No. 505 bus from Long Ashton Park & Ride / Southmead Hospital to Bristol Zoo (10 mins walk from All Saints)