The Crown, Bristol

The Crown is an historic public house situated on All Saints Lane, Bristol, England and is near to St Nicolas Market. The Crown is located in an area known as "the Old City". The Crown was built in the 18th Century and is a grade 2 listed building.

Since the closure of the Eclipse in July 2006 the Crown now rivals the Hatchet as an Alternative pub, which is popular with goths, punks, rockers, metalheads and emos.

  • There are regular alternative clubs in the old cellar (known as the Cavern Club) of the Crown.
  • The cellar is also said to be haunted by a ghost of a gentleman from the 17th century wearing a Periwig, who only appears to women.
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