Incentives in Bristol

Bristol incentives

Bristol has a wealth of creative ideas for incentives, which will inspire guests with memorable experiences.

Aardman away days  |  Walking tours | Estate Vineyard and wine tasting |  Clifton Suspension Bridge tours  


Aardman away days 


Bristol is home to multi-award-winning Aardman Animations, creators of Morph, Shaun the Sheep and Wallace and Gromit. Aardman’s clay building workshops offer a truly unique experience, providing  participants with the opportunity to learn from expert model makers on to how to create world-famous Aardman characters and develop a story around them, whilst simultaneously enhancing communication and team work within their organisation. 

Participants are encouraged to focus on leadership, communication and team building, as learning theory is creatively woven into a fun day, playing with modelling clay and creating bespoke animations.

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Banksy walking tours 

Banksy mural on building in street

Explore the roots of the world-famous artist, Banksy whilst enjoying the sights of the city on this exclusive self-guided walking tour.

Groups can discover some of his earliest work, which is hidden around the city. There’s plenty of stops along the way to sample some of the best bars, cafes and restaurants Bristol has to offer. 

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Aldwick Estate Vineyard and wine tasting 

Aldwick estate, Bristol England @aldwickestate

This 300-acre family-run farm is nestled beneath the northern slopes of the famous Mendip Hills. Devoted to producing quality wine, Aldwick Estate offers tours of its 11 acres of grape-vines where groups can delve into the history of the largest vineyard in Somerset, witness the development of grapes and sample some of the available vintages. 

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Clifton Suspension Bridge tours 

Clifton Suspension Bridge, over the Clifton Gorge, and the River Avon. A historic bridge, built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Sunset.

The Clifton Suspension Bridge spans the Avon Gorge and the River Avon, linking Clifton in Bristol to Leigh Woods in North Somerset. Covering the history, construction and maintenance of the iconic Clifton Suspension Bridge, a private tour is provided by knowledgeable volunteer guides. 

Tours last between 45 minutes and an hour and begin at the Clifton Toll Booth on the Bristol side of the bridge, finishing at the Visitor Centre on the other side.

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