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This area of Bristol is home to around 430,000 residents.
The national capital, London, is 110 miles east of Bristol, while Winscombe lies 13 miles to the southwest.
The Showcase Cinema De Lux and Battlefield Live are nice places to spend some quality time with your children. Want more? Skirmish Paintball Bristol and Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife Park will ensure that the good times keep rolling.
Dive below the waves and meet some of the ocean's most colorful residents at Bristol Aquarium.
Snap photos, admire the educational displays and learn all about our fragile environment at the Bristol Zoo. Be sure to ask at the entrance about feeding times and where to find the zoo's favorite species.
Amid a collection of gorgeous plant species, an afternoon spent at the University of Bristol Botanic Garden is certain to be a pleasant one.
Bring along some lunch and enjoy the peaceful, green surroundings of Castle Park and Bristol Castle Park. College Green and The Downs are two more excellent places to while away the afternoon with a good book.
Surrounded by shady trees and soft grass, Chew Valley Lake is a popular escape for local wildlife and visitors alike.
Need some time away from the stresses of modern life? Head out on an adventure to Brandon Hill and Leigh Woods. Portishead Lake Grounds and Giant's Cave are also highly recommended by nature-loving travelers.
The Bristol Industrial Museum provides a stimulating escape for inquiring minds. Take in the relaxing atmosphere, ask the staff about any temporary displays and see if anything catches your eye in the gift shop on your way out.
Embark on a voyage to the SS Great Britain and the Brunel Institute, a fun and educative few hours for the entire crew.
The science museums here feature diverse collections of artifacts, models and displays. Examine the remarkable field of science by visiting the At-Bristol or Clifton Downs and Observatory.
The specimens and objects at the Earth Sciences Museum aren't simply interesting to look at. They also play a vital role in helping us understand the world we live in.
Deepen your understanding of art, and maybe even pick up something for the lounge room at one of the numerous gallery and exhibition spaces. Start your explorations of this creative destination by stopping in at the Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery and the Spike Island. If you can fit them in, the M Shed and the Royal West of England Academy are also well worth a look.
The Frenchay Village Museum provides visitors with some new twists on our rich and colorful history. On top of that, it might be fun to take a look at the items on display at the Harveys Wine Museum or the Oakham Treasures.
To find out more about the area's rich and fascinating past, plan to visit its many historic monuments and buildings. Commence your history tour at Cabot Tower or Clevedon Court. You might also like to pull out the camera for some photos at Red Lodge and the Dyrham Park.
Clifton Suspension Bridge will be of particular interest to tourists who love civil engineering.
Whether you consider yourself a spiritual person or not, you're sure to have a nice time at St. Peters Church and Bristol Cathedral. St. Mary Redcliffe Church and Clifton Cathedral are also intriguing holy places.
This region's most prominent tourist sights can overshadow its less renowned, yet equally rewarding activities. Some worthwhile places to start off with are the Watershed and HorseWorld. Also, consider a visit to the Arnolfini Gallery and the Banksy Graffiti Frogmore Street if you've got the time.
Accommodation in Bristol
Bristol is considered a popular leisure travel destination, with as many as 95 Bristol accommodation options to choose from on Expedia.
The Radisson Blu Hotel Bristol, located at Broad Quay, and the Holiday Inn Bristol Airport, at A38 Bridgewater Road Cowslip, are great examples of premium hotels in Bristol. In a similar higher-end price bracket, why not have a look at the Bristol Hotel and the Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel. The Bristol Hotel is located at Prince Street, while the Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel is situated at College Green.
Located in Bristol Floating Harbour, this spa hotel is steps from Bristol Cathedral and Bristol Hippodrome Theatre. We The Curious and Bristol Theatre Royal are also within 10 minutes.
Located in Bristol City Centre, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Cabot Circus Shopping Centre, Broadmead Shopping Centre, and The Galleries Shopping Centre. St. Peters Church and Bristol Theatre Royal are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in Lulsgate Bottom, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Ashton Court Mansion, St. Mary Redcliffe Church, and Clevedon Court. Queen Square and Bristol Theatre Royal are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Marriott Bristol City Centre is a 5-minute walk from Cabot Circus Shopping Centre, which houses over 120 stores and the 13-screen Cinema de Lux. Guests can walk 20 minutes to the harbor’s restaurants, bars, and amusements, and the same distance to the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery.
Located in the heart of Bristol, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Showcase Cinema De Lux, Cabot Circus Shopping Centre, and The Galleries Shopping Centre. Broadmead Shopping Centre and St. Peters Church are also within 10 minutes.
Located in Bristol Floating Harbour, this eco-friendly hotel is steps from Watershed and Bristol Hippodrome Theatre. Bristol Theatre Royal and Queen Square are also within 5 minutes.
Located in Bristol Floating Harbour, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of St. Mary Redcliffe Church, St. Peters Church, and Queen Square. Bristol Theatre Royal and Broadmead Shopping Centre are also within 15 minutes.
Located in Bristol Floating Harbour, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of St. Mary Redcliffe Church, Queen Square, and Bristol Theatre Royal. Bristol Hippodrome Theatre and St. Peters Church are also within 15 minutes.