Bristol Cultural & Historical Foundation
This Riverside Community has a great deal to offer a visitor. We have unique businesses, wonderful restaurants and many historical sites to name just a bit of the offerings. Of course we can not forget the beautiful waterfront just perfect for strolling, picture taking and even fishing from the pier. You can visit the town by car or boat. Below are links to some of the places of interest.
Note: All addresses are in Bristol, PA
Jules @ Market 111 Market Street Web Mill Street Cantina 110 Mill Street Web King George II Inn 102 Radcliffe Street Web Cesare's Restaurant 1407 Radcliffe Street Web Naked Brewing 212 Mill Street Web Dad's Hat 925 Canal Street Web The Borough Pub 1800 Farragut Avenue Web Bricky Girl Tea Room 236 Mill Street Web The Pines Tavern 6217 N. Radcliffe Street Web Golden Eagle Dinner 300 Bath Road Web Cafe Bombay 233 Mill Street Web
Apollo Pizza Bar & Restaurant 1834 Farragut Avenue
Phinny Magee's Pub 1400 Farragut Avenue
Akia Fusion 407 Mill Street Web Papa's Pretzel 302 Mill Street Web Angelina's Bake Shop 312 Mill Street Web Calm Waters 242 Mill Street Web Healthy Plate Preps 247 Mill Street Web Mazzanti's Market 320 Lincoln Avenue Web
Gabriela Tomato Pie 900 Jefferson Avenue
El Limon Mexican Taqueria 119 Radcliffe Street Web Hops and Hardware Distillery 101 Cedar Street & Basin Web
610 Radcliffe Street
Bristol, PA 19007
A late Victorian Home located on the banks of the Delaware River showcases the legacy of the Grundy Family and the times in which they lived. Check their website for hours of operation and tours. This is a unique experience in looking back in time.
You can download this audio tour to your own devise. The tour includes 45 locations along Historic Radcliffe Street.There is an audio as well as a written description of each site for your enjoyment. You canstart at any point along the tour and visit as many or as few sites as you desire.
This is truly a wonderful thing to do.
PLACES TO VISIT AND THINGS TO DO
Bristol is home to a lovely waterfront park located at the foot of Mill Street. One can stroll along the paths, relax on a bench and watch the life along the river. The park is also the site where many of Bristol's events take place. Close by you can also visit the Bristol Marsh.
Listed below are local organizations whose purpose is to promote and enhance the welfare of Bristol Borough.Some links are web pages and others are Face Book pages, Each can help give you a unique insight into our town.
Puerto Rican Association Link
African American Cultural
and Historical Foundation Link Visit Bristol Borough Link
The Bristol Marsh is the best remaining example of a freshwater tidal marsh in Pennsylvania. It can be viewed from areas along the edge of the parking area located behind Historic Mill Street. Marsh is managed by Pennsylvania Nature Conservancy.