Bristol Transatlantic Slavery Walk
Tel: +44 (0)117 968 4638
The walk on the slave trade and its impact on Bristol, will incorporate the 1,000 year history of Bristol as a port, a summary history of Bristol’s participation in the English and British slave trade including the abolition of the slave trade in 1807 and the abolition of slavery in 1833, and reference to Bristol born Edward Colston, an official of the Royal African Company, and his divisive legacy to Bristol. The walk will take in the historic harbour of Bristol including the Floating Harbour, the City Centre, Park Street, Bristol Cathedral, Pero’s Bridge, and John Cabot's statue by the Arnolfini.
The Bristol Slave Trade walk is conducted every Sunday at 12noon from Sunday 10 April 2022 and finishing Sunday 30 October 2022. The meeting point for the start of the walk is outside the entrance to the Radisson Blu Hotel, Broad Quay, Bristol BS1 4BY. Duration of walk 2.5hrs.
Cost: £12 per person (Children 5-15 years £7)
During Bristol Walk Fest in May 2022, prices will be discounted, Adults £10 Children 5-15 years £5.
The tour is presently being run with a limit of 15 persons and needs to be pre-booked.
Live availability is shown below, or you can click here to book directly.
* Please double check details by visiting the website via the link above before your visit.
- In town/city centre
- Circular Route
- Easy Route