To provide you with the best experience on this website, cookies are used. By using the site it's assumed that you're happy with our use of cookies. However, you can change your cookie settings at any time. More info on cookies.
Allow cookies

Secret Bristol Experiences

  1. When Brunel’s plans for the construction of the Clifton Suspension Bridge were lost, they took an amazing secret with them
    1. 1 Jan 201931 Dec 2019
  2. Backstage tour at The Bristol Hippodrome
    Explore Bristol’s West End Theatre on an exciting Bristol Hippodrome Theatre Tour.
    1. 1 Jan 000131 Dec 9999
    2. 1 Jan 201931 Dec 2019
  3. The 6 O'clock Gin Distillery Tour - Bramley and Gage Bristol
    The 6 O'clock Gin Distillery Tour gives you unparalleled access to this Bristol distillery.
  4. Bristol Cathedral
    Come and visit the Bristol Cathedral and join in a tour to learn more about the Cathedral
    1. 1 Jan 000131 Dec 9999
  5. Normally closed to the public, the University of Bristol’s historic gardens at Goldney Hall are now available for the public to explore.
  6. Normally closed to the public, the University of Bristol’s historic gardens Clifton Hill House are now available for the public to explore.
  7. Bristol Doors Open Days

All Saints Church
    Bristol Open Doors is a once-a-year chance to look behind closed doors and discover the city's hidden treasures.
    1. 13 Sep 201915 Sep 2019

You May Also Like

  1. Speakeasies in Bristol
    Will you be one of the lucky ones to find a speakeasy secret bar in Bristol? If you're looking to share a drink in a more sophisticated atmosphere, then search out one of the classy speakeasies.
  2. 119 Things to do in Bristol in 2019

    Discover the city with our ultimate list of the best things to see and do in Bristol in 2019.

    19 Dec 2018
  3. Banksy
    Banksy is now a world-famous artist, whose work has sold for hundreds of thousands of pounds. But once, he was just another kid on the streets of Bristol with a can of spray paint in his hands.
  4. Bristol Maps & Guides
    Everyone needs a map to get around a new city. We've got official city maps you can download and then get yourself from A to B with style and ease.

Number of results:

Number of results: 9

  1. Add Backstage tour at The Bristol Hippodrome to your Itinerary

    Central Bristol

    Explore Bristol’s West End Theatre on an exciting Bristol Hippodrome Theatre Tour.

    Indicative Availability

    Book Backstage tour at The Bristol Hippodrome Online (opens in a new window)

  2. Add Tour the hidden vaults at The Clifton Suspension Bridge to your Itinerary

    Clifton

    When Brunel’s plans for the construction of the Clifton Suspension Bridge were lost, they took an amazing secret with them

  3. Add Bristol Open Doors to your Itinerary

    Bristol & Bath

    Bristol Open Doors is a once-a-year chance to look behind closed doors and discover the city's hidden treasures.

  4. Add Go on a unique tour of Berkeley Castle with the heir to your Itinerary

    Berkeley

    Make your visit special; have your own tour of the Castle with Charles Berkeley and let him lead you on a unique tour around his historic home.

  5. Add See behind the scenes at the 6 O'clock Gin distillery to your Itinerary

    Thornbury

    The 6 O'clock Gin Distillery Tour gives you unparalleled access to this Bristol distillery.

  6. Add Take an exclusive walled garden tour at Bowood House & Gardens to your Itinerary

    Wiltshire

    Book your place on the tour of Lord and Lady Lansdowne's Private Walled Garden, to gain an intimate insight into the history and beauty of the award winning gardens at Bowood.

  7. Add Discover the secrets of Bristol Cathedral to your Itinerary

    Central Bristol

    Come and visit the Bristol Cathedral and join in a tour to learn more about the Cathedral

  8. Add Peek at the private gardens of Goldney Hall to your Itinerary

    Normally closed to the public, the University of Bristol’s historic gardens at Goldney Hall are now available for the public to explore.

  9. Add Step inside a secret garden at Clifton Hill House to your Itinerary

    Normally closed to the public, the University of Bristol’s historic gardens Clifton Hill House are now available for the public to explore.

Search For Accommodation

Show More Options
What
Where
When
Add Room
Key Features
Room / Unit Features
Establishment Features
Name

Search For Things to Do

What
Where
Name

Search For What's On

Dates
What
Where

Search For Food & Drink

What
Where