Are you considering coming to the UK to study? Well AngloEd can guide you through the whole process. Some of Britain’s greatest attractions will be at your fingertips. Bristol and Bath in the South-West could be just the place for you, with some great schools, such as Badminton School, Clifton College and Priory Park College, that have access to some incredible urban attractions and beautiful countryside. Often described as Britain’s cultural capital, Bristol is right on the cutting-edge of art, design and creative thinking – a vibrant place that is an ideal learning environment. The ancient town of Bath, originally founded in Roman times to make use of the natural springs, has history at its heart and some of the most beautiful architecture in the whole of the UK. Here are some of the leading attractions in the area that you’ll be able to visit when you choose to study in the area through AngloEd.
Cheddar Gorge: Cheddar Gorge is a hugely impressive limestone gorge in the Mendip Hills, with a tons of cultural history including the oldest complete skeleton found in the British Isles dating from 9000 years ago! A Site of Special Scientific Interest, the gorge boasts some great bio-diversity and a visit is sure to give you a glimpse of Britain’s great natural world.
Bristol Museum and Art Gallery: With 19 galleries over 3 floors, the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery reveals fascinating cultures, ancient civilisations, human invention and creativity, as well as showcasing our beautiful and fragile natural world. With thousands of amazing objects on display, one visit just isn’t enough!
See No Evil: The UK’s largest permanent street art project. A huge outdoor gallery showcasing some of the world’s leading outdoors artists on Nelson Street in Bristol. The artists reinvent the street each using local buildings as their canvas. Artists so far have included graffiti pioneers Tats Cru from Brooklyn, New York and El Mac from LA, as well as Bristol legend Nick Walker.
Roman Baths: Visit the heart of the World Heritage Site. Around Britain’s only hot spring, the Romans built a magnificent temple and bathing complex that still flows with natural hot water. See the water’s source and walk where Romans walked on the ancient stone pavements around the steaming pool. The extensive ruins and treasures from the spring are beautifully preserved and presented using the best of modern interpretation.
The Jane Austin Centre: Enjoy being shown Bath’s fascinating history and associations with Jane Austen and her family. Jane Austen is perhaps the best known and best loved of Bath’s many famous residents and visitors. She paid two long visits there towards the end of the eighteenth century, and from 1801 to 1806 Bath was her home.