Bath & Bristol
Bath & Bristol
The American Museum takes you on a journey through the history of America, from its early settlers to the twentieth century. With its remarkable collection of folk and decorative arts, the Museum shows the diverse and complex nature of American traditions. The only museum of Americana outside the United States, it was founded to bring American history and cultures to the people of Britain and Europe. Web: www.americanmuseum.org Tel:44 (0) 1225 460 503
Come and experience the special atmosphere and rich history of this holy and uplifting place.
As one of the most visited places in the South West, we welcome over 420,000 people through our doors each year, but are fully aware that every visitor comes with their own expectations, beliefs and purpose. Whether it's to admire the magnificent architecture, to enjoy the wonderful choral music or for a quiet moment of contemplation, they invite you to come and experience the Abbey's special environment for yourself. Tel: +44 (0)1225 303 310 Web:www.bathabbey.org
Bath Christmas Market
Each year, the Abbey area in the heart of Bath is transformed into a Christmas shoppers’ haven – the Bath Christmas Market. 123 traditional wooden chalets full of everything you’ll need for the perfect Christmas will adorn the streets. If you are looking for something extra special, Bath Christmas Market is the place you’ll find it.
Bath Tourism Plus
Bath is one of the most beautiful cities in the UK and the only one to be designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO due to its rich Roman and Georgian heritage. As well as stunning architecture such as the Royal Crescent, Circus and Pulteney Bridge, Bath also has a wide variety of attractions and museums to explore.
Noah's ark zoo farm
A trip to the Zoo is great for animal lovers of all ages with over 100 species of animals set over 100 acres including African Elephants, Lions, Giraffes, White Rhinos, Meerkats, Zebra’s and so much more.
It’s a full day’s entertainment with interactive keeper talks every half hour. Watch in awe as our birds of prey circle overhead in our aerial displays twice a day, witness the big cats feeding or watch as our elephants undertake their target training for their daily health check. There are daily tractor rides that take visitors to show the working area of the farm.
Families love our indoor and outdoor adventure play zones to keep kids happy and active. For those less able, we also have mobility scooters available for a small charge and free wheelchairs alongside our Changing Places Accessible toilet facility.
We have ample free parking for coaches and the driver receives free admittance to the Zoo and a free sandwich and drink voucher.
College Green, City of Bristol, BS1 5TJ
Tel: 0117 926 4879
Bristol & Bath Tourism
Destination Bristol, St Nicholas Church, St Nicholas Street,
Bristol, BS1 1UE
Tel: 0117 946 2209
Bristol Ferry Boat company
Address:No.1 Harbourside, Harbourside BS1 5UH.
Tel: +44(0)117 927 3416
Bristol Museum and Art Gallery
Queens Road, Park Street Area BS8 1RL
Tel: +44(0)117 922 3571
Bristol Zoo & Gardens
Tel: 0117 974 7399
Brunel's ss Great Britain
Great Western Dockyard, Bristol BS1 6TY
Tel: 0117 9260680
The Consortium of Independent Tour Operators
The Old Bakery, Bath Hill, Keynsham, Bristol BS31 1HG
Tel: 0117 986 0381 Web: www.cito.uk.com
Haunted and Hidden Bristol Walking Tour
Address:Bristol Cathedral Main Gate,
Park Street Area BS1 5TJ
Tel: +44(0)776 6258407
Staunton Manor Farm, Staunton Lane, Whitchurch,
Nr City of Bristol, BS14 0QJ
Tel: 01275 540173
Princes Wharf, Wapping Road,
Harbourside BS1 4RN
Tel: +44(0)117 352 6600
Red Lodge Museum
Park Row, Park Street Area BS1 5LJ
Tel: +44(0)117 921 1360
The City Sightseeing Bristol open-top bus tour
Broad Quay, City Centre, BS1 4QP
Tel: +44(0)906 711 2191