‘The Clifton Suspension Bridge: it would have seemed disrespectful not to cross it’

Events coinciding with City or Rovers home games in August
to 31 Aug Summer Holidays: Climate Action!
to 7 Sep Summertime on the Square
13 Wear the Rose Live
17 Insect Festival
17 Sequences 2019
18-26 Moby Dick on SS Great Britain
23 (to 1 Sep) FriendsFest
31 (& 21, 28 Sep) Crane Rides
31 Open-Air Cinema: Jurassic Park
31 Cambridge Chorale
7 Record & CD Fair
7 Run All Day
7/8 The Coffee House Project
21 (& 5 Oct) Avon Gorge Cruise
21 Prince’s Trust Makers Market
21 English National Baroque Ensemble
27-29 Bristol Cocktail Weekend
28 Averys Wine Festival
28 Futures: Up Late
5 Blast Autumn Carnival
11-13 Papaya Fest
8 (to 23 Dec) Bristol Christmas Market

30 Aug (to 4 Sep Become Animal
to 31 Aug Re-Wild our Planet
to 1 Sep Fire: Flashes to Ashes in British Art
to 1 Sep Natural Selection
to 1 Sep Summer Rays
to 1 Sep Banksy’s Devolved Parliament
7-22 Sep Geometry, Stained Glass & the Art of the Sacred
to 8 Sep Japanese Prints: Nature & Seasons
27 Sep (to 31 Dec) Interventions/2: Films by Yoko Ono
29 Sep (to 1 Dec) RWA Open Exhibition
to 29 Sep International Cricket on SS Great Britain
to 29 Sep Space Steps: The Moon and Beyond
to 30 Sep Crusoe 300
to 3 Nov Aardman: Animating Early Man
19 Oct (to 19 Apr) Do You Believe in Magic?
23 Nov (to 4 May 2020) Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019

What to see
You’ll find accounts of Bristol’s tourist attractions in Towns of Two Halves (and of 91 other places: order the book now for £8 from For additional information plus shopping, eating out etc there’s Visit Bristol. For more events coming up go to Bristol 24/7 or Time Out Bristol.
Links to Bristol attractions include:

Bristol Aquarium
Bristol Museum & Art Gallery
Cabot Tower
Clifton Suspension Bridge
Guild Gallery
Heritage Walks
M Shed
Red Lodge Museum
Royal Photographic Society
Royal West of England Academy
SS Great Britain
The Georgian House
We The Curious

‘SS Great Britain: if you can, take an engineer to show you round’