Explore the best Bristol sightseeing places

Bristol is the most exciting, diverse land in United Kingdom that is filled with attractions, shopping zones, art galleries, museums and exotic events happening every single day. Tourist love the place and come here for Bristol sightseeing activities  and to get haunted in her natural beauty. The place has an excellent location in the west of the country, surrounded by the coast. The people here are warm and welcoming. There are excellent places to visit and tourist activities to enjoy in Bristol City, which is listed below.

Top 5 tourist attractions in Bristol:

Bristol Aquarium:

The spectacular aquarium located on the Bristol historic harbor side takes the tourists for an undersea safari. It showcases native and tropical marine and freshwater aquatic creatures, from all over the world. They are placed in their natural habitat to understand and appreciate their natural world. What makes this aquarium one of the best places to visit in Bristol is that, it has a recreation of a sunken ship, walk on the seahorse display, Bristol harbor scene etc. It is one of the ideal tourist attractions in Bristol city while planning a trip with kids.

Blue Reef Bristol Aquarium

Blue Reef Bristol Aquarium

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Science center:

Bristol has a wonderful, state of the art science centre that offers amazing hands on experience for the tourists, their friends and family. It involves people of all ages and offers an incredible journey on the scientific working of the world around us. There are also special exhibitions, illusions and animation shows hosted to attract the attention of the tourists. There is also a planetarium here for visitors to sit back and watch the star shows.

Bristol Science Center

Bristol Science Center

Zoo gardens:

The zoo gardens is one of the best Bristol tourist attractions and offers an excellent adventure into the animal kingdom, set at an 12 acre of beautiful garden. Visitors could have face to face interaction with more than 400 species of animals here, both exotic and endangered ones. Adorable animals from all over the world could be found here. There are also water play ones with streams and dams for kids and adults, zones to feed nectar to parrots etc. to keep visitors occupied all through the day.

Bristol Zoo

Bristol Zoo

Bristol Museum and gallery of art:

The story of the world is depicted through the artefacts in this art gallery. The museum has about 19 galleries spread in a three storeyed building and depicts artefacts of ancient civilization culture, inventions by humans and their creativity. The museum has world class collection of art, geology, history and archaeology artefacts displayed in its galleries.

Bristol Museum

Bristol Museum

SS Great Britain:

This is a steam ship and a natural treasure, and the world’s first largest vessel on the ocean. It was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. There are many outlets organised inside this ship such as the dining saloon, toilets and a speedy two month voyage to Australia, with a speed twice as that of any other sailing ship. There is a special glass provision made to explore under the sea. There are also interactive displays to test once knowledge and skills.

SS Great Britain

SS Great Britain

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