Bristol Old Vic
The oldest continuously working theatre in the English-speaking world. The theatre offers a wide range of performances from different genres.
The oldest working theatre in Europe is a treat for eyes but even if you don't get tickets the newly opened bar is well worth a visit for a glass of wine - trust me!
Fabulous theatre - often pre-West End - without the prices We have enjoyed many brilliant shows here
Great for alternative and less mainstream productions. Also has a lovely restaurant/cafe/bar area.
“One of the UK’s top, family-friendly provincial theatres, staging West End and Broadway productions from The Lion King to Beautiful – The Carole King Musical. The theatre performs musicals, ballet, concerts, comedians and children’s shows.”
“An exquisite collection of art, nature and history, including the history of how people lived in the past compared to the present day. The museum explores cultures of different nations, in order to educate about how different lives for others were, for example the museum explores Japanese culture and history. A museum that’s the perfect size for young visitors – not too little but not too much either!”
“£- One of Bristol's busiest and best loved cafes. In a perfectly positioned sun trap its an ideal place to watch the world go by while tucking into an all day breakfast.”
“Various art exhibitions. Or enjoy the outside waterside seating in the summer. 10 minute walk ”
“Bristol Zoo Gardens is the fifth oldest zoo in the world and is a fantastic place to visit for adults and children. The zoo is part of Bristol Zoological Society, a conservation and education charity, which runs and operates Bristol Zoo Gardens and the Wild Place Project. ”