Where imagination comes to grow

Bristol is England’s largest city in the South West and has its roots in engineering. The 19th century ground-breaking engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel created some of his most staggering feats of engineering in the area. Today the city is brimming with creativity with a thriving creative industry, wealth of art collectives, community-run cafes and vibrant music venues.

Bristol’s leading event spaces represent its rich heritage, with superb options including historic, academic and sports venues.


Getting here

  • Bristol Airport has flights arriving from more than 100 international destinations.
  • Bristol is 1 hour 30 minutes from London by train.

SS Great Britain


The world’s first luxury ocean liner offers conference facilities and luxurious banquet rooms. Docked in Bristol’s harbour, SS Great Britain can accommodate conferences of up to 250 delegates. The ship’s elegant dining salon and decks will make any networking event extra special.  

SS Great Britain

Aerospace Bristol


A meeting space with a difference, Aerospace Bristol centres around the last Concorde jet commissioned. With a range of versatile event spaces, the Concorde Gallery seats up to 500 delegates and offers private viewings of Concorde and the Aerospace Bristol exhibition.

Aerospace Bristol

Passenger Shed

Bristol’s largest event space is also one of the oldest train stations in the world. The Passenger Shed is a atmospheric venue accommodating up to 650 guests. Located in the old terminus building of the Great Western Building, the venue is next door to Temple Meads train station.

Passenger Shed
02 Jan 2020(last updated)

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