Warming up for summer
Here at Clifton Hotels, we love this time of year. As the days get longer and the temperature gets hotter, there’s plenty to do around Bristol. Whether you want to get out and enjoy the outdoors or soak up some culture, you are spoilt for choice. So here are our top picks for activities in and around Bristol:
Bristol Old Vic Tour: 4th April-25th July
After its recent redevelopment the historic Bristol Old Vic theatre has opened it doors for weekly morning tours, held by their in-house expert guide. Perfect for a rainy day, this tour exhibits the theatre’s 252 year history, its new foyer space and studio theatre. As well as this, the Old Vic is staging multiple productions over the coming months including Peter Shaffer’s controversial play Equus and a run by the hugely popular dance group Ballet Boyz. £12 adult, £10 concession. Find tickets here.
Big Bear Sculpture, Wild Place Project: 6th April-1st September
If you want to get outside and enjoy the weather, this wilderness hunt by the Wild Place Project will be perfect for you and your little ones. Seek out twenty different 6ft tall, hand painted bear sculptures around this wild life conservation park. Each bear painted with a unique design by a range of talented UK artists. £8.23 Adults, £7.03 Child. Find tickets here.
British Tattoo Art Revealed, M-Shed: 16th March-16th June
Looking for something a little different? This exhibition at Bristol’s M Shed is perfect for you. Delving into the history of the art form and showcasing the ground-breaking and historic work of British tattoo artists; this is not one to miss. It also features over 300 original works from private collections, never before seen by the public. £6 Adult. Find tickets here.
St. Nicholas’ Night Market: 10th May 5pm-10pm
The perfect evening activity in the Old City has come round again with St Nicholas’ Night Market taking place on the 10th May. Giving you the opportunity to sample food from local businesses, listen to live music from Wanted records and Don’t Test Bristol, all taking place inside of Bristol’s historic Corn Exchange, there’s no better way to spend your evening this May. Find out more here.
With all this going on you’ll need somewhere to stay, any one of our four hotels is in prime location to experience Bristol and all its exciting events. We offer the best opportunity for great accommodation that lets you get the most out of Bristol, especially at this time of year. Book now for the best deals and get exploring!
Posted on 2nd April 2019 by James Potts