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Places to go

Places

There are lots to do in and around Bristol, even at this time of year; to help you make the best of your stay – here are some great places and ideas for you to explore.

CABOT CIRCUS SHOPPING CENTRE

CABOT CIRCUS SHOPPING CENTRE

In the heart of Bristol, the brand new shopping development, shops galore, shop and dine out or perhaps catch a movie in the deluxe cinema complex – you’ll need all day.

BRISTOL HARBOUR SIDE

BRISTOL HARBOUR SIDE

Enjoy a walk along the harbour side with its many cafes and restaurants to choose from; explore Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s world famous SS Great Britain. If you like boats the Bristol Harbour side Festival is scheduled to take place in 18th – 20th July 2014.

SS GREAT BRITAIN - (7.4 miles)

SS GREAT BRITAIN - (7.4 miles)

Experience life on board for Victorian passengers; Bristol’s very own titanic, an unforgettable tour of this famous vessel; Descend below deck to observe the water below the glass, get a feel for this great ocean liners strength and power source.

BRISTOL HIPPODROME

BRISTOL HIPPODROME

The Bristol Hippodrome has some spectacular shows, namely Swan Lake, The Nutcracker Suite, Rocky Horror Show, Oliver – check on line for what’s on at Bristol’s most famous show case in the heart of the city centre.

THE M SHED, BRISTOL

THE M SHED, BRISTOL

This amazing history museum dedicated to what’s great about Bristol – exploring the rich history, located at the famous dock site – enjoy the galleries with its stories and objects of times past with unique insight into the memories and history of the people using visual and interactive display.

AVON VALLEY RAILWAY

AVON VALLEY RAILWAY

Restored by volunteers ‘The Avon Valley Railway’ is more than just a steam train ride, offering refreshments, shops and places to relax; to the south of the station is the famous Bristol to Bath cycle path – swap pedal power for steam and make a day of it – enjoy either ride. Special events are arranged throughout the year, such as: Courses on – ‘Learning how to drive a steam engine.’ Call talking timetable for details: on 0117 932 7296. Monthly Sunday lunch trains. Site entry is free, train rides are payable.

Bath Christmas markets

Bath Christmas markets

Late November is the start of the Bath Christmas Markets with over 150 stalls next to Bath Abbey. Many stallholders sell unique or handcrafted items, many of which are made in the local area with something to suit every taste or budget, from gifts, decorations and food items.

THERMAE BATH spa / BATH SHOPPING CENTRE

THERMAE BATH spa / BATH SHOPPING CENTRE

Spend a morning sightseeing round Bath, and then enjoy a couple of hours at the Thermae Spa in the hot mineral spa waters relaxing and unwinding. Bath has lots of local pubs/restaurants to choose from - either traditional pub food, Italian, Indian or Greek. For hassle free driving there are numerous Park and Rides on the out skirts of Bristol (it beats driving into Bath)

 
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