Bristol is a city large enough to host a lively food scene and a number of cultural institutions, but is small enough to be very accessible on foot. The university, where the conference is taking place, is close to many engaging sites, whether you’re looking to learn more about the city’s history and environment or take a memorable selfie.
Below, we list some ideas for how to explore the city:
Bristol Harbourside, https://visitbristol.co.uk/your-visit/areas/harbourside
Bristol Museums, https://www.bristolmuseums.org.uk/
Bristol Zoo Gardens, https://bristolzoo.org.uk/
Banksy Walking Tour, https://visitbristol.co.uk/things-to-do/banksy-walking-tour-p1354013
SS Great Britain https://www.ssgreatbritain.org/
We the Curious, https://www.wethecurious.org/
Arnos Vale Cemetery (and park), https://arnosvale.org.uk/
For the latest information about what is going on Bristol, see the Visit Bristol website;
Visit Bristol, https://visitbristol.co.uk/
If you’re looking to venture a bit farther afield, the area around Bristol offers many sites to see:
Visit Bath (accessible by a 15 minute train ride from Bristol Temple Mead station), https://visitbath.co.uk/
Picture above: A summer sunset at Bristol’s Habourside looking onto the SS Great Britiain musuem.