Please note: It is particularly important that you check with the venue, in advance of any visit, for further details and up-to-date information. We cannot take any responsibility for lack of access.

BRISTOL:
PLACES
TO GO

 Suggestion #1  

Arnolfini

An international arts centre and gallery. There is also a specialist art bookshop and café bar.

 Suggestion #4 

M Shed

From prehistoric times to the present day, M Shed tells the story of Bristol and its unique place in the world.

 Suggestion #7 

Spike Island

Spike Island brings artists from all over the world to their museum-sized gallery spaces.

Suggestion #2  

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

Collections of art, nature and history on display in a beautiful building.

Suggestion #5 

Royal Photographic Society

The RPS is an educational charity committed to bringing photography to everyone.

Suggestion #8 

Tobacco Factory

Home to Tobacco Factory Theatres, a lively cafe bar, and a makers market.

 Suggestion #3  

Centrespace

An artist run, not for profit gallery with various events and exhibits. See website for further details.

 Suggestion #6 

RWA: Royal West of England Academy

Bristol's first art gallery, the RWA has world-class visual art from around the world.

 Suggestion #9 

The Watershed

Offers a diverse programme of films, events, festivals, and much more from a waterfront venue.

BRISTOL:
EVENTS

 Suggestion #1  

50th Bristol Harbour Festival

15-17 July 2022

Celebrates the heart and soul of Bristol in the unique setting of its harbour. Expect live music, art, dancing, and a lot of ships!

Bristol Harbour Festival
Bristol Beacon

 Suggestion #2 

Bristol
Beacon

A renowned venue, Bristol Beacon provides a city-wide programme of live music. Check their website for concert information.

BATH:
PLACES
T0 G0

 Suggestion #1  

American Museum & Garden

The only museum of Americana outside of the USA, with folk and decorative arts collections.

Suggestion #2  

Fashion Museum, Bath

Holds a world-class collection of contemporary and historic costume.

 Suggestion #3  

The Holburne Museum

Bath's first public art gallery, the Holburne Museum holds many exhibitions and events.