Once a nondescript road, Nelson Street is now lined with graffiti-daubed walls courtesy of some of the world’s best-known street artists. This outdoor exhibition is one heck of a way to shout about Bristol’s contribution to guerrilla art.
The world’s first ocean liner, SS Great Britain, has been restored to its former glory. Designed by Bristol’s own Brunel, it’s complete with authentic sounds, smells and interactive stories. There’s even a 30m rigging waiting to be climbed. Ahoy!
Anywhere that’s broken the world record for stringing the longest string of popcorn is obviously worth a visit, so make sure you go to At-Bristol Science Centre. There's a planetarium and loads of other sci-tastic stuff.
Think of Bristol and you probably think of the Clifton Suspension Bridge. Walk across Brunel’s iconic construction at your own pace, pop into the visitor centre or go on a guided tour of this incredible feat of engineering.
In days gone by, many a voyage of discovery bound for the New World set sail from Bristol’s floating harbour. Today, people come here to discover the modern world of eating, drinking, shopping and culture. For anyone staying at our Bristol business hotels, Harbourside is the ideal place to entertain, or enjoy a spot of time-out from a hectic schedule.