Many of Bristol's iconic attractions have been closed to visitors due to the global pandemic. We have put together a list of some Bristol attractions still operating their online shops where you can support the attraction and buy a variety of games, activity kits, books, clothing, exclusive badges and much more.

Delivery times may be longer than usual. Please allow up to two weeks for your orders to arrive.

Brunel's SS Great Britain

The SS Great Britain is one of Bristol's most iconic attractions. The world's first great ocean liner now resides in Bristol's Harbourside. Their online shop offers many awesome maritime-themed items, such as a 250-piece jigsaw of the SS Great Britain's launch in 1843. For the less experienced dissectologist, they also offer a 40-piece jigsaw of the same historic event. 

Brunel's SS Great Britain Online Shop Jigsaw

Image - Brunel's SS Great Britain

Aerospace Bristol

Home of Concorde Alpha Foxtrot, the last of the supersonic jets to ever fly, Aerospace tells the story of Bristol's aviation history. The museum includes other aeroplanes, helicopters, missiles, satellites, engines and more, plus lots of interactive exhibits for all ages. Help Aerospace Bristol return to flight by donating the price of a museum ticket or above and receive an exclusive Aerospace Bristol pin badge

Aerospace Bristol Exclusive pin badge

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Bristol Museums

This is the organisation behind Bristol's free museums, such as the Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, exhibiting collections of art, archaeology, geology and natural history. Others include M Shed, the elegant Georgian House Museum, the historic Red Lodge Museum and 19th century Blaise Museum. Their combined webshop offers many great Bristol-themed items, such a the Monopoly Bristol Edition and a Street Art Memory Game.

Bristol Museums Online Shop Bristol Monopoly

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Bristol Sport's Ashton Gate Stadium

The recently redevloped Ashton Gate Stadium has got a capacity of 27,000 and is home to both Bristol Bears Rugby Club and Bristol City Football Club. Besides sports, the stadium hosts a wide variety of other events, such as gigs, festivals, drive-in cinema evenings and conferences. In Bristol Sport's online shop, Bristol Bears are offering a 30% discount on jerseys, casual clothing and more!

Bristol Sport's Online Shop

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Bristol Zoo Gardens & Wild Place Project

If you are an animal lover, you may already be familiar with the iconic Clifton-based Bristol Zoo Gardens which is home to over 400 species of exotic and endangered animals from across the world. It opened in 1836 which makes it the 5th oldest zoo in the world. Bristol Zoo Gardens gives you the opportunity to adopt one of their seven favourite animals, with the pack containing a ticket to the zoo, a cuddly toy, adoption papers and a fact-file. In addition, your name will be displayed at the exhibit!

Wild Place Project is also part of Bristol's Zoological Society, and offers the chance to get up close to animals in their 40 acre zoo. The main goal of Wild Place Project is to recreate the animal's natural habitat as precisely as possible, with free roaming brown bears in Bear Wood being the perfect example. You are now able to adopt the bears at Wild Place. The package includes a presentation wallet, fact-file, adoption certificate and a wooden A6 plaque.

Adopt an animal at Bristol Zoo Gardens or Wild Place Project

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Tyntesfield

This Victorian Gothic Revival house is surounded by beautiful gardens and parkland. Tyntesfield is part of the National Trust, the biggest conservation charity in Europe, which protects and takes care of the nation's historic sites and green spaces. Until they reopen, they offer some awesome items in their online shop, such as a 'Make Your Own Woodland Bracelet Kit' and many other acitivity and craft kits for kids.

National Trust Online Shop

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Clifton Observatory

The Clifton Observatory was originally built in 1766 as a windmill and is located on top of the cliffs above the Avon Gorge. It provides stunning views of Brunel's Clifton Suspension Bridge and the city of Bristol. Furthermore, the building is the entrance to the Giant's Cave, which was originally only accessible by climbing up the cliff face. Their online shop offers a walk through the rich history of the observatory, with the book 'Clifton Observatory, A History' as well as other books.

Clifton Observatory History

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Clifton Suspension Bridge Visitor Centre

The Clifton Suspension Bridge is often seen as the symbol of Bristol. The visitor centre is located at the Leigh Woods end of the bridge, and has an online shop with products ranging from books to puzzles. If you are interested the most stunning pictures of the bridge and its surroundings, we highly recommend the book '150 Years of the Clifton Suspension Bridge: A Photographic History' by Michael Pascoe. In for a challenge? A 3D Puzzle of the bridge will surely keep you busy for a little while.

150 Years of the Clifton Suspension Bridge: A Photographic History

Image - Clifton Suspension Bridge Visitor Centre

The Wave

The Wave is England's first inland surfing destination using Wavegarden Cove Technology, which provides more than 1,000 waves an hour. Their future plans include the construction of beautiful gardens, quiet hideaways and a family-friendly campsite. For now, get ready for when they re-open by browsing their online shop for surfboards, wetsuits and casual clothing, provided by their partner Surfdome.

The Wave's shop

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Martin Parr Foundation

The aim of the Martin Parr Foundation is to support photography from the British Isles. They also organize events such as workshops, book signings, seminars and talks. In their webshop, they mainly sell (signed) books, but also some limited edition prints. Their tote bags feature one of Martin's most iconic pictures, taken at Sandy Bay in 1997. Perfect for the environmentally conscious!

Martin Parr Foundation Bag from online shop

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Colston Hall

Bristol largest concert hall opened in 1867 and hosts music and entertainment performances in all possible forms. Their online shop has got various posters on offer, as well as gift vouchers and the book 'Let it Rock: Pop Music at Bristol Colston Hall'. To commemorate their 150th anniversary year, they have teamed up with print studio Jacknife to create a series of A2 gig posters of iconic performances from throughout their history, such as this amazing poster of Portishead.

Colston Hall Poster of Portishead

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The Royal Photographic Society

The RPS is a centre for photography, showing four exhibitions annually. The charitable organisation was founded in 1853, with its main goal being to educate the public on the art and science of photography. Their online shop stocks a range of products of interest to anyone who enjoys photography. We really rate their postcards, with images from Alan McFetridge's project On The Line. Perfect for checking up on a family member, or as a token of appreciation.

The Royal Photographic Society's Postcards from the Online Shop

Image - Alen McFetridge

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