Bristol, capital of the South West of England and only 90
minutes by car or train from London, is a historic maritime
It has a wealth of attractions including the most iconic
and famous is Isambard Kingdom Brunel's Clifton Suspension
Bridge. St Nicholas Market in the Old City is the site of the
world's first Slow Food market and a regular farmers' market.
Shopping facilities include the Mall at Cribbs Causeway (with
135 shops under one roof) and Clifton Village for boutique and
designer shops. Bristol also has a host of sport venues in the city
including many golf courses.
The main nightlife areas are around the Harbourside, Park Street
and Whiteladies Road. The city that produced Massive Attack, Roni
Size and Portishead also has some of finest classical concert
venues and theatres in the country.
Other attractions include Bristol Zoo Gardens and Cabot
Circus, the city centre shopping and leisure quarter. Enjoy views
of the city and countryside from the top of Cabot Tower. See
Bristol's Harbourside by taking a ferryboat tour. Enjoy
dinner at Bordeaux Quay followed by a show at The Bristol
Hippodrome. View the Clifton Suspension Bridge illuminations. Enjoy
North Street's trendy bars followed by a play at the Tobacco
Caravan sites and parks in Bristol
Great Days Out
There’s always plenty to do from Club Sites – take a look at these local attractions
and events coming up near this site. Attractions offering a discount for Club Members
are highlighted with a ‘Member Offer’ logo.
Find more attractions and events
The Bristol Hippodrome is one of the country's top provincial theatres and one which continues to stage major West End and Broadway productions.
Hop on board for a fascinating and informative tour around the city
Enjoy a lively programme of independent film, digital media and events at this fantastic media centre in the heart of the Harbourside
Much more than a fascinating building, being a fine example of a hall church, it is a centre of Bristol's history, civic life and culture
Ancient parish church of the city built with assistance from the Benedictine monks in Glastonbury in 1247