King Street is a 17th-century street in the historic city centre of Bristol, England.
The street lies just south of the old town wall and was laid out in 1650 to develop the Town Marsh, the area then lying between the south or Marsh Wall and the Avon. The north side was developed first and the south side in 1663, when the street was named after Charles II.
The section of the city wall is a Scheduled Ancient Monument.
Address 32 King Street, Bristol BS1 4ER, United Kingdom
Coordinates 51°27'6.5" N -2°35'40.946" E