Route Plan - Queen Square
Queen Street, Bristol BS1 4QP
Guide Last Updated: 21/03/2017
Queen Square is a green space within the centre of Bristol with tarmac walks, a cobbled roadway, a paved pavement.
Pay and display parking is situated all around the square.
Parking is free of charge and without time restrictions for Blue Badge holders.
Up an easy dropped kerb to the squares outer pavement, the surface is uneven paving stones with some wider spaces between stones.
The pavement is restricted by an advertising board(150cm) widening to 215cm.
Cross Mill Avenue, a cobbled roadway via easy tactile marked dropped kerbs.
Continue along the uneven older paving stones to Bell Avenue.
Continue past Bell Avenue over the tactile crossing from Bell Avenue to the green and forward to Grove Avenue.
The paving is even here and 4m wide.
Continue round past Oak Avenue where the pavement narrows to 220cm.
The pavement passes Thunderbolt Square and turns to the right along the fourth side of the square back to Queen Charlotte Street. The pavement is 210cm wide.
At the mid point the route crosses King William Avenue, with gentle slopes to a level kerb and extensive tactile warnings.
Immediately beyond the junction there is a drop kerb to the right serving the drop off point for visitors to the Custom House.