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Kids Days Out In Bristol

wildplace2About Bristol - Bristol is the largest centre of culture, employment and education in South West England. From its earliest days, its prosperity has been linked to that of the Port of Bristol. In more recent years the economy has been built on the aerospace industry and the city centre docks have been regenerated as a centre of heritage and culture.

Shopping - Shopping in Bristol offers plenty of choice, catering for all tastes and budgets. From shopping malls to chic boutiques and independent stores, Bristol is a shopaholic's dream destination. In the centre of Bristol is Broadmead, Bristol's main shopping centre, with all the familiar high street names and also specialist independent stores. Cabot Circus, Bristol's new £500m retail and leisure development, is the latest extension of the Broadmead shopping area, and has helped position Bristol as one of the UK's top shopping destinations.

Things to do, days out and Tourist Information - Bristol is just bursting with things to do. Whether you're a culture vulture, a thrill-seeker or just after a relaxing break away from it all, this vibrant city has something for everyone. You'll find historic houses and churches to explore plus theatres and cinemas showing the latest and greatest. Take a relaxing break in one of Bristol's many parks or explore the beautiful surrounding countryside of South Gloucestershire and North Somerset. 

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  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

Bristol Zoo Gardens

Great Zoo set in Clifton

Great Zoo set in Clifton about 2 miles from the Town Centre. Over 400 species including monkeys and gorillas. 

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: No

Go Kart Racing at Castle Combe, nr Chippenham

One of our great ideas for things to do.

Junior Kart School, 10-15 year olds (min 4' 8"). 1st & 3rd Sunday mornings. Expert tuition in 3 hour sessions.

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: No
  • Offers: FREE taster session for every enquiry and 25% sibling discount in the main school

Pauline Quirk Academy, Bristol

Be Yourself Be Amazing

The new generation of weekend performing arts schools for those aged 4-18 years old
 
  • Free Attraction: Yes
  • Wheelchair friendly: Partly - Call to check

The Red Lodge

Originally a lodge to the Great House

Originally a lodge to the Great House where Queen Elizabeth I once stayed, the Red Lodge is often described as Bristol's 'hidden treasure'.

  • Free Attraction: Yes
  • Wheelchair friendly: Partly - Call to check

Bristol's Georgian House

A West India merchant house

A West India merchant house is displayed as it might have looked in the 18th century. Home to the slave Pero...

  • Free Attraction: Yes
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

Bristol's City Museum & Art Gallery

Outstanding and diverse range of objects

Outstanding and diverse range of objects, from sea dinosaurs to magnificent art.

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

Noahs Ark Zoo Farm - Wraxall

One of our great days out.

A fantastic all - weather family day out, great animal exhibits and popular playgrounds in 100 acres of Somerset countryside. 

  • Free Attraction: No
  • Wheelchair friendly: Partly - Call to check

Wild Place Project

Bringing conservation to life

Have fun exploring a variety of outdoor adventures at the Wild Place Project; the new, affordable, family attraction in Bristol.
 
  • Free Attraction: No
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

Bristol Aquarium

Fantastic new aquarium

Fantastic new aquarium attraction in Bristol with everything from Sea Horse to sharks. worth a look!

  • Free Attraction: Yes
  • Wheelchair friendly: Partly - Call to check

Blaise Castle House Museum

Contains exhibits of everyday life

Contains exhibits of everyday life from centuries past including an impressive domestic equipment gallery.

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

Motor Racing at Castle Combe Circuit, near Chippenham

Car Racing!

Enjoy a day at Castle Combe at our award-winning race meetings, under 15’s free, superb viewing, free parking and up to 10 races.

  • Free Attraction: No

Go Ape - UK

You need to Go Ape - tree top adventures.

With 29 centres around the UK in some of Britains best forests your tree top adventures are never far away. Special 10% discount offer.
 
  • Free Attraction: No
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes
  • Offers: Free taster session

Bath Theatre School

Act Dance Sing, make friends and have fun

Act Dance Sing, make friends and have fun, perform in a production, build confidence and life skills, work towards theatre qualifications.

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

KidsCan

Especially for those with disabilities

KidsCan! A creative movement and dance opportunity for children with physical, sensory and learning disabilities. KidsCan! 

  • Free Attraction: No
  • Wheelchair friendly: No

The Climbing Academy - Bristol

Join Boulder Club!

Join Boulder Club at the Climbing Acdemy in Bristol! For rock climbers aged 8-16:  start with a Taster session and progress up to our Squad, who compete at national level.

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Partly - Call to check

Avon Valley Country Park

50 acres of beautiful countryside

50 acres of beautiful countryside with farm animals and rare exotic species. Indoor play barn equipped with gravity defying slides and more!

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes
  • Offers: 4 years and under free, carer for registered disabled free

Brunel's ss Great Britain - Bristol

Step back in time on board Brunel’s ss Great Britain

Step back in time on board Brunel’s ss Great Britain, a historic boat to visit on the waterfront in Bristol – the world’s first great ocean liner. Launched in 1843 to provide luxury travel to New York.

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