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All Attraction in Bristol

  • Tyntesfield

    Cocooned in the Somerset countryside, Tyntesfield is a rare survivor. A near-complete Victorian Gothic country house and estate. Today you are welcomed into this cherished place to discover a private chapel, flower-filled terraces, towering trees, kitchen garden and views across the Somerset hills.

  • Bailey Balloons

    Champagne Hot Air Balloon Flights over Bristol. Flights last approx an hour with the total experience lasting 3-4 hours and take place at dawn or dusk.

  • The RWA

    The RWA – Bristol’s first art gallery – is proud to bring world-class visual art from around the world to the South West. Located in a spectacular Grade II* listed building in the heart of the city, the RWA is the UK’s only regional Royal Academy of Art.

  • AirHop Trampoline Park

    Welcome to the Skies and the World’s biggest trampoline park! AirHop Bristol offers you a wide range of awesome activities! Feel free to explore our massive indoor arena filled wall to wall with trampolines and much more.

  • Glenside Hospital Museum

    A nationally significant collection creates opportunities to gain an understanding of mental health through 3 hospital stories; the innovative psychiatric hospital (1861-1994), Beaufort War Hospital (1915-19) where Stanley Spencer was an orderly, Stoke Park (1909-99) for the learning disabled.

  • Aerospace Bristol

    Aerospace Bristol tells the amazing story of Bristol’s world-class aerospace industry and gives you and your family the chance to step aboard a British icon, Concorde Alpha Foxtrot.

  • Brunel’s SS Great Britain

    Bristol’s top-rated visitor attraction comprising the world’s first great ocean liner – the SS Great Britain as well as two museums, historic dockyard and dry dock. Visitors explore the ship, climb the rigging, step inside Brunel’s family dining room and discover how he changed the world.

  • The New Room/John Wesley’s Chapel

    The oldest Methodist building in the world, dating from 1739. The chapel is located on the ground floor and the accredited museum in the rooms above the chapel. The new visitor centre, built in 2017, adjoins the chapel and has a cafe, shop, library and archive and meeting rooms.

  • English Heritage

    English Heritage welcomes visitors to more than 400 castles, abbeys, historic houses and gardens throughout England, including Dover Castle, Hadrian’s Wall, Osborne, Tintagel Castle and Stonehenge. We offer group discounts at all English Heritage properties. One coach driver and one group/tour leader are admitted free with each group. Our 9 day or 16 day Overseas Visitor Passes provide great value entry to all English Heritage properties, as well as free Read more [...]

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