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This Bristol Humanist Walking Tour will allow you to discover our cities Humanist history and some of the people from Bristol's long history of radicalism.
Few personify Bristol’s remarkable history of humanist activism more than Emma Martin, and her plaque is one stop along the brand new 'Humanist Bristol Tour', available to download now from the walking app
Step 1: This walk starts in the waterside Castle Park. You can find castle ruins, refreshments and this lovely Physic Garden by the church ruins.
Castle Park - Bristol BS1 3XB
Step 2: Public transport to Castle Park includes the Castle Park Landing ferry stop. The bus stops of Wine Street & Broad Weir are served by numerous buses including those to Keynsham, Cribbs Causeway, Horsefair, Whitchurch & Broom Hill.
Step 3: With your back to the water, head towards the main road of Newgate, named after the New Gate which once controlled access to the castle.
Step 4: Cross Newgate at the lights, which have the pride flag colours painted onto the road.
Pride Pelican Crossing - Bristol
Step 5: Head across Union Street towards the shopping mall, The Galleries. There are free public loos, including baby change, inside.
Newgate Bridge - Union St Bristol BS1 2DL
Step 6: This corner of the mall stands on the site of the former Newgate prison which mainly operated in the 17th and 18th centuries.
Newgate Prison Bristol