Bristol City Centre

  1. Mercure Grand Hotel Bristol - credit Peter Jackson
    Are you looking for hotels in central Bristol? Browse the list of central Bristol hotels below to guarantee a stay in the middle of the action, close to the attractions, nightlife, restaurants and all that the city-centre has to offer visitors.
  2. Places to eat and drink in Bristol City Centre
    From romantic date night spots to cafes for a catch up over coffee, discover some of the places to eat in Bristol City Centre.
  3. Things To Do in Bristol City Centre
    Find out things to do in Central Bristol including Bristol's Old City. Including world-class theatres, covered markets and award-winning attractions.
  4. About Bristol City Centre and Old City
    The City Centre and Old City of Bristol are the heart of the city and offer a superb taste of culture, food, history and fantastic shopping opportunities.
  5. Park Street and Queens Road
    One of the most recognisable and iconic shopping streets in Bristol, Park Street packs a serious retail punch with leading brands, independent boutiques and some of the best restaurants and bars all nestled together.
  6. Bristol Shopping Quarter
    In the heart of the city centre, Bristol Shopping Quarter is home to hundreds of shops, from high street favourites to independent boutiques, plus great restaurants
  7. Old City Bristol
    Shop, explore or just let the world go by in the beautiful medieval heart of Bristol.
  8. Discover this fascinating shopping area which dates back to the 1600s. A cobbled haven of quirk and home to many of the city's most unique shops including dressmakers, pottery, art galleries and musical instruments.
  9. Things to do for families in Bristol City Centre
    Things to do for families in Bristol City Centre
  10. Events in Bristol City Centre
    What's on in Bristol City Centre and Old City throughout the year.
  11. View of the socially distanced hearts in College Green, Bristol

    Enjoy a socially-distanced picnic, takeaway or coffee in one of Bristol's parks with hearts this summer. 

  12. Brunch dish from The Lost & Found Bristol

    Discover where to indulge in leisurely weekend brunches and slap-up Sunday lunches in Bristol city centre. 

  13. Flay lay of Friska Harbourside dishes and drinks

    From pizza in the park to Harbourside restaurants, catch up outside the office at these lunchtime hangouts. 

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  1. Add Bambalan to your Itinerary


    Central Bristol

    The latest venture from the Hyde & Co group, Bambalan burst onto the Bristol food scene in May 2016 and has fast become a firm favourite for laid back drinking and dining ever since!

  2. Add Shore Cafe Bar to your Itinerary

    Shore Cafe Bar


    Shore Café Bar restaurant on the Harbourside offers simple chic at its finest

  3. Add Bristol Cathedral Tours to your Itinerary

    Bristol Cathedral Tours

    Central Bristol

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

  4. Add Hyde at Home to your Itinerary

    Hyde at Home

    Central Bristol

    You can now order bottles of pre-made cocktails, wine, beers, spirit packages and more on the new website, all safely delivered to your door within four miles of Bristol.

  5. Add SACO Bristol - Broad Quay to your Itinerary

    SACO Bristol - Broad Quay

    Central Bristol

    Set in the buzzing heart of Bristol, these apartments are within a short stroll of the Bristol’s best attractions


    Guide Price From £75.00 to £234.00 Per unit per night
  6. Add Jazz at Future Inns Bristol to your Itinerary

    Jazz at Future Inns Bristol

    Central Bristol

    Hosting some of the best jazz artists in the heart of Bristol City Centre!

  7. Add Learn about Graffiti by Graft to your Itinerary

    Learn about Graffiti by Graft

    Central Bristol

    Led by a Bristol graffiti artist, this workshop will give you an introduction to graffiti history, styles and techniques.

  8. Add Mud Dock Cycleworks and Cafe to your Itinerary

    Mud Dock Cycleworks and Cafe


    Mud Dock is an iconic bike shop in the centre of Bristol. They stock bikes by brands such as Trek, Specialized, Cannondale, Brompton and Tern.

  9. Add Bristol Walking Tour / Bristol Highlights Walk to your Itinerary

    Bristol Walking Tour / Bristol Highlights Walk

    Central Bristol

    Join the Bristol Walking Tour for a fascinating insight into the city, led by the people who know it best.


    Guide Price From Free to £5.00 Per Ticket
  10. Add John Wesley’s New Room to your Itinerary

    John Wesley’s New Room

    Bristol Shopping Quarter

    The oldest Methodist building in the world, constructed as a meeting room and accommodation after Wesley began to preach in 1739.

  11. Add "A Piece Of…..Banksy!” Self-Guided Street Art Cultural Walking Tour to your Itinerary

    "A Piece Of…..Banksy!” Self-Guided Street Art Cultural Walking Tour

    Central Bristol

    The Banksy Story: Visit 13 significant Banksy locations with audio commentary and exclusive & archive photos to take you on a journey with this new for 2020 COVID-19 secure, self-guided tour. No app downloading required.


    Guide Price From £10.00 Activity
  12. Add The New Room Museum to your Itinerary

    The New Room Museum

    Bristol Shopping Quarter

    The Museum at the New Room tells the incredible story of the lives of John and Charles Wesley, the early beginnings of Methodism and its relevance today. Come and explore our 12 interactive rooms!

  13. Add Woky Ko: St Nicholas Market to your Itinerary

    Woky Ko: St Nicholas Market

    Old City

    Woky go! Serving up delicious Woky Ko street food at Bristol’s iconic St Nicholas Market, order from Korean Fried Chicken, Braised Pork or Korean Fried Cauliflower with a choice of either red curry sauce & rice, Singapore vermicelli or noodle salad…

  14. Add Christmas Steps arts quarter to your Itinerary

    Christmas Steps arts quarter

    Old City

    Ancient and picturesque stepped hill flanked by unique shops, galleries and cafes.

  15. Add Palestine Museum and Cultural Centre to your Itinerary

    Palestine Museum and Cultural Centre

    Central Bristol

    The museum takes you on a journey through the history of Palestine, from the late 19th century through to the present. An exhibition of Palestinian heritage, culture and political life.

  16. Add Banksy Graffiti Paint-Pot Angel to your Itinerary

    Banksy Graffiti Paint-Pot Angel

    Banksy’s ‘Paint-pot Angel’ is a reminder of the hugely successful 'Banksy versus Bristol' Museum exhibition held in 2009

  17. Add Bristol and Romanticism Walking Tour to your Itinerary

    Bristol and Romanticism Walking Tour

    Central Bristol

    Romanticism marked a time of revolution, medical and scientific progress, the beginning of democratic politics and the wide discussion of ideas.
    This downloadable and printer-friendly guide provides directions for two enjoyable tours, one from the…

  18. Add Banksy Grafitti Aachoo! to your Itinerary

    Banksy Grafitti Aachoo!


    Revealed by Banksy in December 2020, the piece was originally located at the bottom of the UK's steepest resident street in the colourful neighbourhood of Totterdown.

  19. Add Banksy Valentine's Day Mural to your Itinerary

    Banksy Valentine's Day Mural

    St George

    Banksy confirmed this mural on Marsh Lane in Barton Hill was his on Valentine's Day 2020.

  20. Add Old City to your Itinerary

    Old City

    Shopping in Bristol Old City is centred around St Nicholas Market and the beautiful Glass Arcade based in The Exchange, a Grade I listed building.

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