Must-see sights

Bristol has an incredible history and heritage just waiting to be explored. See below for our pick of the best museums and sights that Bristol has to offer: 

Aerospace Bristol
Enjoy a supersonic day out for all the family at Aerospace Bristol. Discover aeroplanes, helicopters and space technology as well as stepping aboard the last ever Concorde to fly. With hands-on fun interactive activities for all ages, get ready to embark upon an amazing journey through aviation history.

Banksy Walking Tour
Born and bred in Bristol, world famous street artist Banksy has sold work for hundreds of thousands of pounds. Take this walking tour and discover some his amazing work, which can be found throughout the city.

Blaise Castle House Museum and Estate
Blaise Castle House Museum and Estate features a unique 19th century mansion, home to the social history collection. Discover everyday objects from centuries past...

Bristol Ballooning
Take in an amazing aerial view of Bristol with a balloon flight across the stunning Avon Gorge river.  

Bristol Museum and Art Gallery
Bristol Museum and Art Gallery exhibits an outstanding collection of art, archaeology, Egyptology and natural history in a magnificent building.

Brunel's ss Great Britain
Step on board Brunel's ss Great Britain; the world's first great ocean liner. ss Great Britsain is Bristol's no.1 attraction, and features in the top 10 attractions list in the UK for TripAdvisor 2014/2015.

Cheddar Gorge
Visit this world famous National Nature reserve, where you can take in dramatic 450ft cliffs and explore the stunning stalactite caverns below.

Clifton Suspension Bridge Visitor Centre
See displays and artefacts explaining the history, construction and maintenance of the world famous Clifton Suspension Bridge.

M Shed
M Shed is an exciting and innovative flagship museum for Bristol, with gallery space and a packed events schedule. Explore the city through time and discover its places, its people and their stories.

The Fleet Air Arm Museum
The Fleet Air Arm Museum offers a day out guaranteed to thrill the whole family. Get up close and personal to Europe's largest collection of Naval aircraft, and step on board the first British Concorde.

The Georgian House Museum
The Georgian House Museum is an 18th century, six storey restored townhouse offering a glimpse of life in Bristol hundreds of years ago, located just off Park Stret; Bristol's famous independent shopping area. 

The Red Lodge Museum
The Red Lodge Museum is a historic Elizabethan house, with a stunning walled garden and many original and completely restored features.