A trip to Bristol can mean many things to different people. For some, it's soaking up the hubbub of the harbour or the entertainment the city’s top attractions provide. For others, it’s discovering the city’s historical importance or the Instagram-worthy backdrops from film and TV the city has starred in. You can explore all these sides to the city with our virtual tours.

  • Check out our special Bristol from Home section for more ideas on how to experience Bristol from the safety of your sofa.

Get comfy and let us whizz you around Bristol – virtually, of course. 

Bristol’s Top Attractions

Everywhere you turn there is something spectacular to see and do in Bristol. For family-friendly places to visit that will wear the children out, there’s heaps to choose from – Brunel's SS Great Britain, Bristol Zoo Gardens, Bristol Aquarium, Aerospace Bristol, We The Curious and Wild Place Project, to name a handful. Use this tour to help plan your next visit.

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Aerospace Bristol, Concorde Alpha Foxtrot. Credit Adam Gasson
Image: Aerospace Bristol, Concorde Alpha Foxtrot. Credit Adam Gasson

Bristol Film Locations

In celebration of Bristol being a UNESCO City of Film, we look at ‘Bristol: the movie star’ in this tour. Many film productions have beamed Bristol onto the big screen and as well as being a featured location, the city has often played film double and production base for many movies. This tour rounds up Bristol locations used in major titles (the city has also been used as a location for tons of famous TV productions too, but that’s another tour…).

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Stan and Ollie (2018) credit Bristol Film Office
Image: Filming for Stan & Ollie (2018) credit Bristol Film Office

Itinerary - A stroll around the Harbourside

Who doesn't love a waterside stroll? Especially when the sun is on your back and the air is fresh. Bristol really is an amazing city to walk around as the sun begins to peek out from behind his winter clouds. Soak it up in one the most popular areas to explore – the Harbourside. This bustling and vibrant part of the city is a true outdoor-lovers dream.

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Underfall Yard
Image: Underfall Yard

Dark Bristol Tour

Local author of the Bristol Murder series and Weird Bristol history books, Charlie Revelle-Smith, takes us on his personal tour of some of Bristol’s macabre and gruesome history. From haunted pubs to bloody murder, wrap up warm and retrace the steps of our city’s darkest days…

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Llandoger Trow
Image: Llandoger Trow

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