Clifton Suspension Bridge
Be wowed by the views of Bristol’s world-famous landmark, the Clifton Suspension Bridge and learn about its history with a guided tour from the Clifton Suspension Bridge Visitor Centre.
Brunel’s SS Great Britain
Did you know, Brunel’s SS Great Britain took the first ever All England cricket team to Australia 158 years ago, before any sporting world cup events were established? The attraction is celebrating the ship’s role in international cricket with a special exhibition (25 May -21 July). Discover more of the ship’s history, along with the sights and smells of life on-board, before popping into Being Brunel for an exploration of the life and legacy of the Victorian engineer behind her design.
Bristol Zoo Gardens
Wander the beautiful gardens of Bristol Zoo Gardens and get up close to African penguins, seals, gorillas, red pandas and hundreds of other animals.
Wild Place Project
Wild Place Project sits in the midst of beautiful countryside. Visit to find woodland walks and habitat-themed areas of parkland filled with wildlife including eland, cheetah, zebra and giraffe. Until 1 September, there are 20 six-foot-tall, bold and beautiful hand-painted bear sculptures to seek out.
Blast off on a journey through aeronautical history at Aerospace Bristol and step aboard Concorde Alpha Foxtrot - the last ever Concorde to be built and fly.
We The Curious
Make astounding discoveries at We The Curious through hundreds of interactive scientific exhibits, including seasonal stargazing in the UK’s first 3D planetarium.
Go on a spectacular sea safari at Bristol Aquarium and discover underwater life from the British coast, to warmer waters and exotic tropical seas.
Watch an independent film at Watershed and keep an eye out for special food, drink and cinema events at this waterfront multi-media art centre.
Learn about Bristol’s rich maritime history as you cruise through the Harbour with Bristol Packet Boat Trips while tucking into a freshly baked cream tea (from 8 May – 6 October). Alternatively, enjoy the full ‘riverboat experience’, passing through Hanham Lock before stopping at a riverside pub for lunch (from 4 June-26 September).