Previously known as Colston Hall, this concert hall is home to a wide variety of local and national shows and productions.
The concert hall
Originally built in 1867, Bristol Beacon has undergone various transformations throughout the years to make it an accessible venue for all, complete with bars, restaurants and educational spaces. All parts of the foyer are wheelchair friendly and there is a lift to take you to all floors.
If you need help attending an event and are on Bristol Beacon's access register, you're entitled to a free personal assistant ticket, and registered assistance dogs are also welcome to enjoy the shows free of charge.
If you fancy a bite to eat before the show, staff in the hall's café can recommend foods for any dietary requirements or allergies you might have.
Accessible car parking spaces are available at a nearby public car park.
Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the edge of Exmoor National Park, the centre enables disabled people of all ages, along with their family and friends, to experience exciting and enjoyable outdoor activities.
Get out and about in the South West's countryside beauty spots with Countryside Mobility, who provide safe, enjoyable and easy access to outdoor visitor attractions for anyone who has difficulty walking.
Location: South West England
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