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BRUNEL'S SS GREAT BRITAIN

Great Western Dockyard, Bristol BS1 6TY

Since 1845

Museum Ship, Collections, Exhibitions, The Incredible Journey, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, Captain Gray, Passengers and Their Stories, Conservation, Tour, Play the Full Steam Ahead Game, Engine Room, Dining Room, Weddings, Dining Parties, Conferences and Meetings, Christmas, School Visits, Group Visits, Dockyard Cafe Bar & Gift Shop

Free Admission: Companion or assistant, Child (4 year olds and under) - Discounts are available for groups of 15 or more people when booked in advance - Family Discounts Available - Access to the Brunel Institute is free of charge

Price: Adult £14, Child (5 - 17 year olds) £8, Student £11, Senior (aged 60 and over) £13

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Spring/Summer: Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 5:30 pm Last Entry 4:30 pm (One Hour Before Closing) Autumn/Winter: Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 4:30 pm Last Entry 3:30 pm (One Hour Before Closing)

Initially we were a bit taken aback by the entry price for the whole family, but were pleased to hear it covers entry for a whole year, and there's a new museum being built for the Spring so we'll definitely be back. It's a really interesting place, and going under the ship, and being able to walk all around the deck (above and below) was great. My kids loved exploring and going in all the cabins with the different scenes laid out, and spotting all the pretend rats that were about too.
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BRISTOL ZOO GARDENS

College Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 3HA

Since 1836

Zoo, Wildlife Areas, Exhibition Programs, Conservation, Collections, Wild Place Project, Gardens, Animals, Outdoor Activities, Plants, Aquariums, Endangered Species, Threatened Species and Habitats, Gorillas, Asiatic Lions, Pygmy Hippos, Red Pandas, Central American Swamp, Sumatra Tropical Forest, Nepal Riverine Forest & British Wetlands

Children aged under 2 years are free of charge - The mammal collection at the zoo numbers around 300, representing 50 species - It is the world's oldest provincial zoo - More than 90 million visitors a great day out

Discount: All annual members will be able to bring unlimited friends and family to Bristol Zoo and receive a 20% Discount on admission - 10% Off Food and Drink View Deal

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Mon - Sun 9:00 am - 5:30 pm

Great zoo to visit, for adults or children. Small enough to see everything in one visit yet enough to see to keep you interested. Beautiful setting in old part of the city. Wide variety of animals - penguins, lions, red pandas, birds, monkeys/apes, wallabies... Covered area for picnic, lots of space to sit and eat. Main problem is it's not so easy to park, the zoo car parking area is very small and it's difficult to find spaces on the streets around (all metered) so you may have to walk.
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M SHED

Princes Wharf, Wapping Road, Bristol BS1 4RN

Since 2011

Museum, Exhibitions, Collections, Displays, Artefacts, Historic Vessels, Electrically Powered Cargo Cranes, Galleries, Child Visits, School Visits, Group Visits, Families Programs, Ride the Working Exhibits, Family Explorer Kits, School Workshops, Teaching Resources, In-School Activity, Shop, Learning Space & Cafe

Free Entry - Among the 3,000 exhibits of material on display are models of Nick Park's Oscar-winning animated duo Wallace and Gromit, a 10m long mural by local graffiti artists and pink spray painted record decks

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Tue - Sun 10:00 am - 5:00 pm (Mon during Bristol school holidays and bank holidays) Mon Closed

Just fantastic! Everything you need to know about Bristol is here. Perfect for any age group as there is something for everyone - and it's free! We have been a few times now and find something of interest every time we visit. This time it was the Skeleton exhibition. A collection of human skeletons from AD to BC are displayed in glass cases with descriptions of who they were, where they were found and what caused their demise! Absolutely fascinating - this alone is worth a special visit.
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