Welcome to the 2018 ASM in Bristol

There are so many amazing things to do in Bristol, so why not make a weekend of it and explore this great city!

University of Bristol Botanic Garden

The University of Bristol Botanic Garden cultivates some 4,500 plant species from over 200 plant families within its five-acre site. This diversity of plants is unique and not found anywhere else in the Bristol area.

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The Georgian House Museum

The Georgian House Museum is an 18th century, six storey townhouse just off Bristol’s famous independent shopping area, Park Street. The house has been restored and decorated to its original glory, and is the perfect way to step back in time and imagine what life was like in this affluent area of the city hundreds of years ago.

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Brunel’s SS Great Britain

One of the most important historic ships in the world, Brunel’s SS Great Britain is bursting with activities. Discover the greatest innovation of the Victorian age and explore the ship that changes the way we travel today.

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Bristol Aquarium

Bristol Aquarium showcases tropical, marine and freshwater creatures from around the world in naturally-themed habitats, all designed to inspire deeper understanding and appreciation of the natural world.

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Bristol Zoo Gardens

A visit to Bristol Zoo Gardens is an adventure into an exciting animal kingdom, all set within 12 acres of beautiful award-winning gardens. Visitors will come face-to-face with over 400 species of exotic, endangered and adorable animals from the four corners of the globe.

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Arnolfini

Arnolfini is a centre for contemporary arts based on Bristol’s harbourside in the heart of the city. Founded in 1961, the organisation is dedicated to producing and presenting visual arts, performance, dance, film, music and events, underpinned by a commitment to a dynamic civic role in the city.

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Bristol Cathedral

Bristol’s beautiful and historic Cathedral is located on College Green in the West End of the city. A church has almost certainly stood on the site for over a thousand years, but it came to prominence in 1140 when Robert Fitzhardinge founded the Abbey of St Augustine. The Chapter House and Abbey Gatehouse remain clear to see, and the other remains are to be found within Bristol Cathedral School.

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For further information on the above sites or to see what else Bristol can offer please visit https://visitbristol.co.uk/things-to-do