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Bristol Attractions

On the edge of the River Avon, Bristol sits quietly rising from the ashes. Once an overlooked town known best for its heavy focus on industry, Bristol is now home to innovative architecture, creative minds and forward-thinking people. It also hosts the incredible Clifton suspension bridge that towers over the waters of the River Avon, just a single example of Bristol’s bright ideas. Art lovers might also be interested to know that Banksy cropped up from Bristol, leaving a trail of provocative street art behind him.

 

Most Popular Attractions in Bristol

1. Underfall Yard

  • Free
  • 0117 929 3250
  • Underfall Yard, Cumberland Road, Bristol, United Kingdom
  • Daily 10am-5pm

2. Lime Tree Gallery

  • Free
  • +44 117 929 2527
  • Lime Tree Gallery, Hotwell Road, Bristol, United Kingdom
  • Tue-Sat 10am-5pm

3. Hang Fire

  • Free
  • 4401173293553
  • HANGFIRE, North Street, Bedminster, Bristol, United Kingdom
  • Thu-Sun 12pm-5pm

5. The Time Machine

  • Adult £8 Child £6
  • +44 1885 488329
  • The Time Machine, Bromyard HR7 4BP, UK
  • Sun-Mon 10:30am-4pm
  • 1

6. Harveys Cellars

  • Upon booking
  • +44 117 927 5036
  • Harveys Cellars, Denmark Street, Bristol, United Kingdom
  • Tue-Fri 5pm-1am Sat 5pm-11pm

7. George Muller Museum

  • Accepts donation
  • +44 117 924 5001
  • George Muller Charitable Trust, Bristol, United Kingdom
  • Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

8. Upfest

  • Free
  • 07725 231 878
  • Upfest, North Street, Bedminster, Bristol, United Kingdom
  • Tue-Sat 9:30am-5:30pm Sun 10am-3pm

9. Objets de Desir

  • Prices vary
  • +44 7983 722306
  • Objets de Desir, Boyce's Avenue, Bristol, England BS8 4AA, United Kingdom
  • Mon-Sat 10am-5:30pm Sun 11am-4am

10. Wildscreen

  • Upon donation
  • +44 117 929 1222
  • Wildscreen, King Street, Bristol, United Kingdom
  • Mon-Fri 9am-5:30pm

11. Windmill Hill City Farm

  • Accepts donation
  • +44 117 963 3252
  • Windmill Hill City Farm, Philip Street, Bedminster, Bristol, United Kingdom
  • Daily 9am-5pm
  • 1

17. The Red Lodge Museum

  • Free
  • +44 117 921 1360
  • The Red Lodge Museum, Park Row, Bristol, United Kingdom
  • Sat-Tue 11am-4pm

22. Bristol Jamia Mosque

  • Accepts donation
  • +44 117 945 5440
  • Bristol Central Mosque, Green Street, Bristol, United Kingdom
  • Daily

23. Ashton Court

  • Free
  • +44 117 963 3438
  • Ashton Court Mansion, Long Ashton, Bristol, United Kingdom
  • Sun-Sat 8am-9am
  • 2

24. St Nicholas Church

  • Free
  • +44 7746 198026
  • St. Nicholas' Church, Church Street, Brighton BN1 3LJ, UK
  • Wed &Sat 1pm-3pm

25. All Saints Clifton

  • Free
  • +44 117 974 1355
  • All Saints Church, Pembroke Road, Clifton, Bristol, United Kingdom
  • Sun 9:30am-11am

26. Oakham Treasures

  • Adults £8.00 Child £5.00
  • +44 1275 375236
  • Oakham Treasures, Portbury, Bristol, England BS20 7SP, United Kingdom
  • Tue-Sat 10am-5pm

27. Saint Stephen’s

  • Free
  • +44 117 927 7977
  • St Stephens Church, Saint Stephen's Street, Bristol, United Kingdom
  • Mon-Wed 9:30am-3:30pm

28. Royal West of England Academy

  • Upon booking
  • +44 117 973 5129
  • Royal West of England Academy of Art, Bristol, England BS8 1PX, United Kingdom
  • Sun 11am-5pm Tue-Sat 10am-6pm

29. The Victoria Rooms

  • Prices vary
  • +44 117 331 4044
  • The Victoria Rooms, Queens Road, Bristol, United Kingdom
  • Daily

30. Blaise Hamlet

  • Free
  • +44 1275 461900
  • Blaise Hamlet, Hallen Road, Henbury, Bristol, United Kingdom
  • Daily 9am-5:30pm

Top Attractions

Representing Bristol’s maritime history, the SS Great Britain today is a museum ship. She was once a passenger steamship, the longest of her time. The Matthew of Bristol is a replica of the fifteenth caravel that sailed from Bristol to Newfoundland in 1497. The Matthew replica repeated the original journey for the 500th anniversary. The Clifton Suspension Bridge now spans the Avon and is a highlight of the city.

Kids & Family

Take the kids to Ashton Court for a dose of history, golf, animals and miniature rail. There is even an orienteering course on the 850-acre estate. Have a day out at the Avon Valley Adventure Wildlife Park. Or the Folly Farm Adventure Park Zoo. Or go to all three!

Shopping & Nightlife

The harbour-side warehouses from the nineteenth century are now revitalized with new life as shops and restaurants. Bristol has a wide range of nightlife – but one you have to try – just because of the name is Christmas Steps. It is one of Bristol’s oldest pubs and an icon in the area.

Day Tours

For a novel day out, find the Stanton Drew Stone Circles Cove which are a short drive from Bristol. Or drive further to Cardiff, Wales, Exmoor, the Cotswolds or Bath.

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