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6 Things to do in Bristol this Summer 2022


Bristol Museum and Art Gallery front. things to do in Bristol, Toghill House Farm. Bristol, Wiltshire


If you’re looking for things to do in and around Bristol this summer, we’ve put together six fun and fascinating activities and attractions to suit everyone’s tastes. The centre of Bristol is only a 30-minute drive from Toghill House Farm.

  • Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

When: Tuesday – Sunday, 10:00 – 17:00

Where: Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, Queens Rd, Bristol, BS8 1RL

The city’s namesake museum & art gallery is bustling with so much to see and do. There are three floors of amazement including Egyptian mummies, wildlife, dinosaurs, paintings, pottery and so much more. This great Bristolian attraction is perfect for all families and visitors to the city this summer. Entry is free but booking is recommended. For more information.


  • Banksy Bristol Trail

When: Any time

Where: Bristol

The Banksy Bristol Trail app is an innovative and free phone app available on the App Store and Google Play. The app allows users to walk across Bristol to visit famous anonymous artist, Banksy. In their original locations and natural weathering, which only adds immeasurable context and meaning to the art. The app will show you your location in relation to the trail, so you can easily find your way around, plus many more extras. For more information.


  • The Wave

When: Monday – Thursday, 6:00 – 22:00 | Friday & Saturday 6:00 – 23:00 | 6:00 – 22:00

Where: Washingpool Farm, Easter Compton, Bristol, BS35 5RE

No need to travel to find the perfect wave. The Wave, Bristol is the first attraction of its kind that allows people of all ages and abilities to play, surf, and explore a sport that would otherwise be unavailable. With surfing lessons for all abilities, accessible surfing, and women-only sessions, there is something for everyone at The Wave, Bristol. Prices from £40. For more information.


  • AirHop Bristol

When: Monday & Friday 10:00 – 19:00,

Where: Unit 5 Britannia Road, Patchway, Bristol, BS34 5TA

Let your inner child jump out and play at Bristol’s AirHop Trampoline Park. For jumpers of all ages, from 6 months+ and timed sessions. AirHop has over 140 interconnected trampolines across the floor and the walls, including an obstacle course, AR trampolines, wipeout zone, dodgeball, battle beans and more. You, family and friends will love jumping around and feeling weightless with wild abandon. Prices start from £13.50. For more information.


  • Wild Place

When: Monday & Friday 10:00 – 19:00,

Where: Wild Place Project, Blackhorse Hill, Bristol, BS10 7TP

Bringing conservation to life is Wild Place’s claim and they deliver. There are so many amazing animals and activities to visit including Bear Wood, Benoue National Park, Barefoot Trail, Discover Madagascar, Gelada rocks, Red River Hogs, Walled Garden, Camp Baboon. Get up close and experience the animals in their environments. There are plenty of opportunities to sit and grab a coffee or play in the parks. Adult (15+) tickets start from £14. For More Information.


  • Crime and Crinolines in Clifton Tour

When: large terraced area, top of steps in front of Lawes & Co Accountants, Boyces Buildings, Regent St BS8 4HU

Where: Wednesdays at 6pm from 30th March 2022

Experience the theatre walking tour Crime and Crinolines in Clifton. From the blurb, “Fabulous buildings, scenery and stories: a jilted barmaid’s brush with death; a runaway Empress; the only forger sentenced to death to keep his head and get it on a banknote; the Georgian terrace that housed the Holy Grail – plus Keith Floyd’s first restaurant and Eddie Shoestring’s Clifton pad. Proper History.” This walking tour is for adults (18+) only, lasts 2 hours and is a maximum of 20 people. For more information.