Situated on the banks of the Cumberland basin, The Pump House is an integral part of Bristol’s shipping history. Built in 1870 by Thomas Howard to house a hydraulic pump, it powered the entirety of the bridges and lock systems throughout the harbourside and waterways of Bristol.
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It was replaced by the existing hydraulic engine house in the 1880’s, and since then has been everything from an abattoir to Bristol’s biggest gin bar!
Whether it’s a lazy afternoon and evening on the large sun trap terrace, a relaxing drink or meal in the bar downstairs or a special occasion in the Mezzanine restaurant, The Pump House is the perfect place for you and your four legged furry friends.