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Out and about, Bristol offers a perfect base for exploring the wider region. The city is just 15 minutes by train from the world heritage city of Bath and the Somerset coast and countryside, and the Cotswolds are also within easy reach. Attractions are plentiful with historic Berkeley Castle, Avon Valley Railway, Cheddar Caves & Gorge, the Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre at Slimbridge, Tyntesfield Estate and the beauty of Westonbirt Arboretum all within a short drive of Bristol.
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Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s Bristol

Take a walk over Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s Clifton Suspension Bridge – as striking today as it was on its completion in 1864 – there are spectacular views down the Avon Gorge that links Bristol with the sea.
The Red Lodge

The Red Lodge

Impressive building from the 16th century with Bristol’s only surviving Elizabethan domestic oak panelling. With original stucco and a great garden in Tudor style.
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Explore-At-Bristol

At-Bristol is the place to go to for an interactive adventure of a lifetime. Enjoy over 30 new exhibits at this leading UK hands-on science centre and see a presenter-led show below the stars in the Planetarium.
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Bristol Zoo Gardens

Bristol Zoo Gardens include a large area with over 400 different animal species. Here you can easily spend a whole day either alone or with family. Learn about the animals inside the aquarium or about the insects at the Bug World and see the snakes at the reptile house and say hello to the penguins and the seals. Bristol Zoo Gardens has also a butterfly house which is well worth a visit. Restaurant and picnic facilities are on site.
Bristol City Museum  & Art Gallery

Bristol City Museum & Art Gallery

Bristol’s City Museum & Art Gallery exhibit a wide range of objects, from sea dinosaurs to beautiful art. The museum is in conjunction with the gallery the region’s largest and housed in the Edwardian baroque building next to the Will’s University.
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Bristol Hippodrome

Bristol Hippodrome, the city’s very own "West End" theatre. Since 1912, the Bristol Hippodrome has been the site of several premieres and is currently the scene of all great musicals. Please visit the website for information on current shows and musicals.
St Mary Redcliffe

St Mary Redcliffe

The St Mary Redcliffe Church is one of Britain’s finest examples of medieval architecture. The church was built over a period of 200 years and is today more than 800 years old.
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Arnolfini

Arnolfini is an organization for modern art which is based in a converted warehouse with a fantastic seafront location not far from Bristol Harbourside. The program includes art exhibitions, film screenings, live dance and art shows. Please visit the website for more information on current shows, theatres and exhibitions.
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