The Bristol and Bath Residents Weekend is back for its second year, with more exciting offers and events for locals to live like tourists!

Bristol and Bath Residents Weekend

Do you live Bristol, Bath or the surrounding region? If so then for one weekend only from 2-4 March you'll have the opportunity to experience the area like never before, with exclusive offers at the world-class attractions on your doorstep.

Tickets go on sale from Monday 12 February, with offers including:

  • Drive a steam train along the Harbourside from M Shed.
  • Ring the church bells at St John on the Wall.
  • Take a hard hat for a tour of the new building at the Bristol Old Vic, enjoy a pre-show talk and a chance to see ‘The Cherry Orchard’.
  • Tread the boards in an acting workshop at Tobacco Factory Theatres.
  • Marvel at the views from the top of the towers at Bath Abbey and Bristol Cathedral.
  • Enjoy the splendours of Bath’s world famous museums with a single ticket that provides entry to the Roman Baths, the Fashion Museum and the Victoria Art Gallery.
  • Relax in the naturally heated waters at the Thermae Bath Spa.

Residents are able to register their interest now at

Full details & booking will be available from midday on Monday 12 February. Bookings close at 6pm on Sunday 18 February.  


M Shed
M Shed Museum Bristol

M Shed is an exciting and innovative flagship museum for Bristol with gallery space and a packed events schedule.

St John on the Wall
St John on the Wall

The only surviving church founded by Walter Frampton and built on Bristol's saxon inner town wall during the 12th century

Bristol Old Vic Theatre
Bristol Old Vic Theatre

Built in 1766, Bristol Old Vic is the oldest continuously working theatre in the English speaking world, and remains a place of joy, discovery and adventure to this day.

Tobacco Factory Theatres
The Tobacco Factory

A popular theatre and café bar in Southville, with a programme of touring and in-house productions, childrens' and music events

Bristol Cathedral
Bristol Cathedral

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.