9 of the oldest Bristol pubs that make up a legendary city centre pub crawl

Visit these nine city boozers and you’ll be surrounded by myths and legends

From the old pirates and sailors pubs of Redcliffe to a pub that started life as the workshop of a Georgian wig maker, there are some fantastic old inns dotted around the city centre, all within walking distance of each other.

Here are nine historic Bristol pubs that would make a crawl to remember. Or perhaps not if you enjoy yourself too much.

Plenty of Bristol pubs claim to be the oldest in the city so what better way to check out their boasts by visiting them all during a pub crawl.

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