iPhone App Launch: Hidden Bristol

Posted on 21st November 2012

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Looking for something new to do in Bristol? Tired of the usual eateries and watering holes? Need something unusual to impress friends from out-of-town?
Let Brunel the squirrel guide you through over 50 of Bristol's hidden gems in this gorgeous, early 1900s themed, pocket-book app. Each location includes photograph and full description along with Brunel's bonus tips. Fully integrated with maps, you'll be able to locate a specific secret or find new ones wherever you are. You can even suggest your own!
You've been aboard the S.S. Great Britain, crossed the Clifton Suspension Bridge and sampled the culinary delights at Za Za Bazaar. You've done Bristol - at least on the surface.
Now you're ready for the other side of the city, the side that guide books rarely mention. Discover curious diversions and attractions within Bristol that you may have missed, or heard only whispers about - everything from the weird to the wonderful.
* Experience the illicit thrills of prohibition-era style drinking.
* Find the best Chinese in Bristol - underneath a grey, concrete overpass.
* Join an outdoor swimming pool club that was once a quarry.
* Take part in an interactive project to promote happiness and wellbeing within the city.
* Visit a Victorian barber with a strict 'no ladies beyond this point' policy.
* Explore the spooky ruined cemetery with amazing 19th century architecture
* Search through an Aladdin's cave of imported tat and bring home curious bargains
Included in the app is all the information you need to visit these curious gems, including a map. The perfect alternative travel guide to the city!
Hidden Bristol is an on-going project - click the link within the app to tell us your lesser-known finds, and if we add it to the app, we'll give you a tenner. 
Hidden Bristol is developed by Gravitywell - famous for the Banksy Bristol Tour and Banksy London Tour apps.

Looking for something new to do in Bristol? Tired of the usual eateries and watering holes? Need something unusual to impress friends from out-of-town? Let Brunel the squirrel guide you through over 50 of Bristol's hidden gems in this gorgeous, early 1900s themed, pocket-book app. Each location includes photograph and full description along with Brunel's bonus tips. Fully integrated with maps, you'll be able to locate a specific secret or find new ones wherever you are. You can even suggest your own!

The app is free for a limited time, and can be downloaded directly from the iTunes App Store.

P.S. Follow Brunel the squirrel on Twitter (@hiddenbristol) for updates and other tomfoolery!