Christmas Adventures logo in red text

The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear!

We are excited to support the return of Christmas Adventures, Bristol’s favourite festive light trail created by Bristol City Centre BID and Redcliffe and Temple BID. The project is part of their #LoveBristol campaign to promote the recovery of the city, bringing together 100s of businesses to help create a little bit of magic.

Projection of Ding Dong Merrily on High on the side of a church tower in Bristol

Expect the best and brightest Christmas lyrics throughout the city with many new and iconic locations added this year by Redcliffe and Temple BID. Did we mention it’s free? The trail provides a perfect opportunity to spend time with friends and family, and to support local businesses as you come to the city centre to shop, eat and drink. 

The excitement begins with special previews starting on 17 and 24 November. Keep an eye out on social media for the details. The full festive trail launches on 1 December and you can explore them all until 28 December. Will your favourite lyrics be featured? We can’t wait to see the return of some fan favourites from last year including ‘Driving Home for Christmas’, ‘Merry Christmas Ya Filthy Animal’ and ‘Bring us some figgy pudding’.

Bring us some figgy pudding lyrics projected onto the side of Waitrose in Bristol

So, come all ye faithful and join us as we simply have a wonderful Christmas time to the sound of the sleigh bells. Let’s step into Christmas, together!

  • For a full list of projections and their locations as they are revealed, along with some cracking #MerryBristmas facts, head over to our Christmas Adventures page.


Remember to share your photos with the hashtags #ChristmasAdventures and #LoveBristol.
 

This content was kindly sponsored by Bristol City Centre BID and Redcliffe & Temple BID

Find more things to do in Bristol during November and December on our What’s On listings.

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