There are several world-class attractions in Bristol, including Britain’s most acclaimed historic ship, its iconic suspension bridge, the world’s fifth oldest zoo, one of Europe’s leading interactive science centres and an outstanding network of free city museums.
Below is our pick of Bristol's best attractions. You can view all attractions here.
Top Bristol attractions
A visit to this city zoo is your passport for a day trip into an amazing world of animals, exhibits and other attractions
Spectacular aquarium in the Harbourside area that provides an amazing underwater adventure from the British coast to exotic tropical seas
Step aboard the award-winning Brunel's ss Great Britain for a ship shape and Bristol fashion day out!
Interactive, family-friendly technology centre.
M Shed is an exciting and innovative flagship museum for Bristol with gallery space and a packed events schedule.
Street artists from around the world have transformed this Bristol street in the most ambitious permanent street art project ever to take place...
Museum and art gallery exhibiting some outstanding collections of art, archaeology, Egyptology and natural history in a magnificent building
The world famous bridge and the iconic symbol of Bristol, designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel in 1831 and completed in 1864 after his death
On the outskirts
A great day out for the whole family in a beautiful river-based park, offering a truly all-weather entertainment centre
Britain’s most spectacular caves and legendary home of the infamous Witch of Wookey. Wander through the prehistoric valley of the Dinosaurs...
Horse sanctuary, visitor centre and educational facility.
A new attraction offering 150 acres of farming, food and fun!
Berkeley Castle is a beautiful and historic Castle, begun in 1117 and still remains the home of the Berkeley family. It is a great day-out for...
Set in 66 acres of breathtaking countryside walks, gardens, animals, play areas and a Cafe catering for all the family, Old Down Country Park is...
Well renowned and popular conservation centre, which features the world's largest collection of swans, geese, ducks and flamingos
America's cultural history.
A stunning National Trust property, set in 265 acres of ancient deerpark, built between 1691 and 1702 for William Blathwayt.
Get hands on and meet a variety of animals, including giraffe, rhinos, tigers and lions, then relax while the kids use the 12 play areas
The Grand Pier is open every day, except Christmas Day, so come hail, rain or shine, you’ll always get a warm welcome. Whatever the weather is...
Railway that's much more than your average steam train ride, offering a whole new experience for some or a nostalgic memory for others
Arboretum with over 16,000 rare and beautiful trees, all set in 600 glorious, easy-to-stroll Cotswold acres
The West Country's own Grand Canyon.
Spectacular Victorian country house and estate, situated on a ridge overlooking the beautiful Yeo Valley
The above list is just a small selection – you can view all Bristol attractions here.