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Dog Friendly Bristol - Dog at Ashton Court: Credit Faye Batchelor

Dog Friendly Bristol - Dog at Ashton Court: Credit Faye Batchelor

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Dog-Friendly Things To Do in Bristol

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  1. Add Tyntesfield to your Itinerary

    Tyntesfield

    Dogs on short leads are welcome in most areas of the Tyntesfield estate, please pick up an estate map from the Ticket Office on arrival.

  2. Add Ashton Court Estate to your Itinerary

    Ashton Court Estate

    Long Ashton

    Historic 850-acre parkland with mansion, two pitch-and-putt golf courses, deer park, miniature railway, orienteering and nature trails

  3. Bristol Hoppers

    The self-guided tours are dog-friendly

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  4. Add American Museum & Gardens to your Itinerary

    American Museum & Gardens

    Bath

    The only museum of American decorative and folk art outside the United States. Dogs are welcome in the Gardens and Grounds on a lead.

  5. Add Banksy Bristol Trail by Cactus Apps to your Itinerary

    Banksy Bristol Trail by Cactus Apps

    Central Bristol

    Visit Banksy artworks in his home town with our unique easy-to-follow smartphone app for iPhone and Android. The interactive map guides you easily around the remaining Banksy artworks in Bristol.

  6. Add Bristol Pirate Walks to your Itinerary

    Bristol Pirate Walks

    Harbourside

    Join Pirate Pete for a one-hour guided walking tour of Bristol's historic harbourside, with tales of discovery, slavery and piracy.

  7. Add Underfall Yard to your Itinerary

    Underfall Yard

    Central Bristol

    Underfall Yard – the heart of Bristol’s harbour since 1809 and the machines that powered a port. Dogs on leads are welcome in all public parts of the site, including the café.

  8. Add Avon Valley Railway to your Itinerary

    Avon Valley Railway

    Bitton

    Avon Valley is your friendly, local, steam railway and they’re bringing back the sounds and smells of steam to the Avon Valley. Dogs are welcome, with the exception of some special events.

  9. Add Wells Cathedral to your Itinerary

    Wells Cathedral

    Bristol & Bath

    Gothic cathedral in the heart of medieval Wells. Magnificent 13th century West Front; impressive scissor arches; 14th century Vicars' Close. Free daily tours (not Sundays). Dogs are allowed on leads, not on tours.

  10. Add RSPB Ham Wall Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    RSPB Ham Wall Nature Reserve

    Somerset

    Explore Ham Wall a special place teeming with wildlife. Dogs are welcome on the main reserve path and public footpath (Ham Wall loop) only.

  11. Add Banksy Walking Tour to your Itinerary

    Banksy Walking Tour

    Central Bristol

    Some of Banksy's most famous Bristol works combined to make for a great self-guided walking tour of the city.

  12. Add Bristol Street Art Walking Tours to your Itinerary

    Bristol Street Art Walking Tours

    Central Bristol

    Explore the latest street art where the walls change weekly, and celebrate Bristol's unique creative culture.

  13. Add Salisbury Cathedral to your Itinerary

    Salisbury Cathedral

    Salisbury

    Salisbury Cathedral is one of England’s finest and has the best preserved original 1215 Magna Carta. Dogs are welcome as long as they are on a lead.

  14. Add Greville Smyth Park to your Itinerary

    Greville Smyth Park

    Southville

    Originally part of Ashton Court Estate, this popular local community park in south Bristol is well known for its splendid trees

  15. Add Clevedon Pier to your Itinerary

    Clevedon Pier

    Dogs are allowed on the pier, but not in the museum or restaurant.

  16. Add St John on the Wall to your Itinerary

    St John on the Wall

    Old City

    The only surviving church founded by Walter Frampton and built on Bristol's saxon inner town wall during the 12th century. Dogs are welcome.

    Price

    Free
  17. Add Clifton Suspension Bridge to your Itinerary

    Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Clifton

    The world famous bridge and the iconic symbol of Bristol, designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel in 1831 and completed in 1864 after his death

  18. Add Somerset Rural Life Museum to your Itinerary

    Somerset Rural Life Museum

    Bristol & Bath

    Visitors to Somerset Rural Life Museum can explore Somerset’s rural and social history from the 1800s onwards. Dogs are allowed in the yard and cafe but not in the galleries.

  19. Add Go Ape - Forest of Dean to your Itinerary

    Go Ape - Forest of Dean

    Forest of Dean

    Dogs are welcome provided they are under control - and cleaned up after! Live life more adventurously – that’s their challenge to you. Start by booking your next Go Ape outing.

  20. Add Haunted and Hidden Walking Tours to your Itinerary

    Haunted and Hidden Walking Tours

    Central Bristol

    As featured in TV's 'Most Haunted' and now in its 15th year, this Friday night walk combines haunted buildings, TV/film locations, celebrity tales, and Bristol trivia.

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