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Somewhere to spend the day in the Bristol area

Discussion in 'Personal' started by Anonymous, Mar 27, 2012.

  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous New commenter

    A church? Especially as they'll all be open on Sunday.
  2. if yr in th centre - Naval Volunteer. Check out the gigs but if just passing for shopping - Ploughmans is gd and hardly any distance.
  3. Crowbob

    Crowbob Senior commenter

    Ashton Court? Leigh Woods? The M Shed? Clifton Downs?
  4. modelmaker

    modelmaker Occasional commenter

    Maybe you could check out the music scene..
    The West Country is very fond of country music, more so than anywhere else in England. I've been told that Dolly Parton is especially big in the Bristol area.
  5. Blaise Hamlet / Castle/ House and while you're there you can pick up a key to Kings Weston Roman Villa...it's a £5 returnable deposit.
    Google Bristol for free...there are some helpful websites.
  6. Pop on a train and take a trip to Bath! Such a beautiful city.
  7. SleighBelle

    SleighBelle Occasional commenter

    The ss Great Britain?
    Go and explore the interactive science museum and aquarium "@Bristol"?
    A wander along the waterside? (There's a big shallow fountain thing outside @Bristol that lots of people paddle in, close to the river)
    Dinner/cinema/indoor crazy golf/shopping at Cabot's Circus?

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