Summer may be drawing to a close but that doesn’t mean you need to head back home and hide until it comes back around again. There is still so much to do in and around Bristol that deserves your full attention. So book yourself a mini break to Bristol this autumn and enjoy these events in style.
- Bristol Open Doors
14th – 16th September
See Bristol in a whole new light. For this weekend only you can enjoy the most fascinating buildings of Bristol, aided by guided tours and a range of creative events and activities. Most of the weekend is free and open to the public, but some of the tours require you to reserve tickets or pay a small fee for entry.
- Rocketship Adventure (2D) at We The Curious
16th December – 31st December
Watch this presenter-led show in the amazing Planetarium of We the Curious in Bristol. The show was written by the magnificent team and is especially designed for 4-6 year olds. Stella the bear goes on an adventure around the earth and out into space. There will be stunning visuals and sounds to create the totally immersive experience that is Rocketship Adventure.
- Hokusai and Hiroshige: Masters of Japanese landscape prints at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery
22nd September – 6th January 2019
Featuring original woodblock prints from Bristol’s collection. At this exhibition you’ll be able to explore the landscape prints that were made by two of Japan’s most-loved artists. This is not to be missed.
If you are planning a trip to Bristol to see one or more of these attractions, I recommend that you book yourself and whomever you are bringing with you into a serviced apartment. Beech House serviced apartments are high end apartments and houses that are set in the beautiful area of Clifton. Check the availability here.