- Queen Square is a green space within the centre of Bristol with tarmac walks, a cobbled roadway and a paved pavement.
- Pay and display parking is situated all around the square.
- Parking is free of charge and without time restrictions for Blue Badge holders.
Queen Charlotte Street - Mill Avenue
- Up an easy dropped kerb to the square's outer pavement, the surface is uneven paving stones with some wider spaces between stones.
- The pavement may be restricted by an advertising board (150cm) widening to 215cm for the majority of its length.
Mill Avenue - Bell Avenue
- Cross Mill Avenue, a cobbled roadway via easy tactile marked dropped kerbs.
- Continue along the uneven older paving stones to Bell Avenue.
Bell Avenue - Grove Avenue
- Continue past Bell Avenue over the tactile crossing from Bell Avenue to the green and forward to Grove Avenue.
Grove Avenue - Middle Avenue
- The paving is even here and 4m wide.
- Continue round past Oak Avenue where the pavement narrows to 220cm.
Middle Avenue - Thunderbolt Square
- The surface here is evenly paved with a width of 220cm.
Thunderbolt Square - Queen Charlotte Street
- The pavement passes Thunderbolt Square and turns to the right along the fourth side of the square back to Queen Charlotte Street.
- The pavement is 210cm wide.
- At the mid point the route crosses King William Avenue, with gentle slopes to a level kerb and extensive tactile warnings.
- Immediately beyond the junction there is a dropped kerb to the right serving the drop-off point for visitors to the Custom House.
- In the centre of the route plan is the open green space of Queens Square.
- There are level, gravel paths running towards the centre of the square from all sides.
- In the centre is a statue.
- There are seating areas located within the square.