From Banksy to Brunel, pirates to parks, Bristol on a budget is perfectly possible
No need to blow the budget on a visit to Bristol, there are oodles of free things to do to entertain all ages. Home to Banksy as well as many other iconic artists, Bristol’s streets are alive with street art - head to Stokes Croft to spot the largest and most diverse selection. You’re never far from green space in Bristol, the city is home to over 400 parks and gardens – head to the Downs for a good old game of conkers in autumn. Bristol’s world famous landmark bridge makes for breath-taking sightseeing - journey across Clifton Suspension Bridge to the fabulous grounds of Ashton Court Estate. Brave the natural rock slide on the Clifton side of the bridge and combine with a stroll through pretty Clifton Village. Thirsty for knowledge? From pirates to Brunel, city docks to churches, Bristol’s museums are a free, unique way to discover the city. Housing world-class collections and dynamic exhibitions, Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, M Shed, Arnolfini and The Georgian House Museum offer interactive insights into Bristol’s past.
A unique celebration of silent film and slapstick comedy, the festival offers a unique chance to watch silent films with a live orchestra along with a VIP list of guests and celebrities sharing their passion for this genre.
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