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Bristol's range of attractions are second to none. Whether you're looking for ideas for days out or planning a short break, there is something for everyone.
Bristol's Harbour is one of the most interesting and historic ports in Britain with beautiful views and a fascinating heritage. Enjoy the bars, clubs, theatres and restaurants in Bristol's Harbourside and old city, or visit:
- Brunel’s historic SS Great Britain
- The Matthew, a replica of the ship that explorer John Cabot sailed in from Bristol to North America in 1497
- At-Bristol the harbourside visitor attraction, all just a few minutes walk from the city centre.
For those with a liking for the great outdoors, Bristol has over 450 parks and green spaces, including:
They are all just a few minutes walk from the city centre.
You can easily explore the splendid heritage country parks just on the edge of the city:
There are also many beautiful and healthy country walks just a few miles from Bristol.
No trip to the city would be complete without a visit to Bristol Zoo Gardens. The Zoo celebrates its 175th anniversay in 2011 with a host of unique and exciting events.
For music lovers, Bristol’s Colston Hall is the south west’s largest concert venue, offering audiences across Bristol and beyond an exciting, eclectic repertoire from world-class classical concerts, rock and pop to world music events and prestigious jazz acts.
Art lovers can discover Bristol's:
If you are visiting Bristol for business or pleasure, you can get a full range of information from the VisitBristol.co.uk website.