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Bristol Transport - Rail, Coach and Bus

You can often make big savings when you research which method of travel you would like to use and book your tickets online. Transport providers will cut prices to those who book early, so it is definitely worth sorting out all transport to and from Bristol Airport in advance and saves a lot of hassle too!

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Bristol Centre

Bristol lies on the River Avon and is the largest city in the south west of England with a population of about half a million. Historically county in its own right, Bristol is properly entitled the City and County of Bristol. Bristol grew around the natural harbour on the river Avon and has a history that dates back to Anglo-Saxon times. By the 16th century it was a major port for the export of wool and a group of adventurers formed the Society of Merchant Venturers Of these, the navigator John Cabot and his son Sebastian from Bristol discovered the islands of New foundland and Nova Scotia. In the 1700s the port of Bristol with a center for the slave trade.

Wookey Hole

With new attractions, great new facilities and the classic glory of Britain’s most spectacular underground caverns, the centuries-old site near Wells in Somerset has been given a brand new lease of life.

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North Somerset Bird of Prey Centre

We are a private bird of prey centre and breeding facility that only opens its doors to our visitors centre on just six days a year. We operate Experience Days on all other dates throughout the year in which you can handle and fly our birds of prey, meet and feed our mammals and learn a bit more about what we do here. Ran as a non for profit organisation, we rely on our hard working volunteers and fund raising efforts to enable us to care for these majestic birds of prey as well as treat and rehabilitate wild birds of prey and rescue and rehome unwanted and neglected animals from birds, to exotic mammals and reptiles.  

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Bristol Zoo Gardens - Bristol

Bristol Zoo is a zoo in the city of Bristol in South West England. The zoo's stated mission is to "(maintain and defend) biodiversity through breeding endangered species, conserving threatened species and habitats and promoting a wider understanding of the natural world"

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Helicopter Museum

The Helicopter Museum is Weston-super-Mare's largest undercover all weather attraction and a fun place for all the family, with a coffee shop, children's play area and a gift shop.

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Brunel's SS Great Britain

Step back in time on board Brunel’s SS Great Britain –the world’s first great ocean liner. Launched in 1843 to provide luxury travel to New York, the ship set new standards in engineering, reliability and speed. She was the world's first large iron ship and the first to be driven by a screw propeller.

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Fleet Air Arm Museum

With exhibitions depicting naval technology from WWI to present day.

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The Chocolate Tart

Chocolate making workshops for 10 - 110 year olds to learn how to make your own professional chocolates in Bristol.  Heaven for any chocoholic!

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Weston-Super-Mare Centre

With nearly 200 years of experience of welcoming holiday makers, its small wonder Weston remains as much of a magnet for visitors, as it always has. Weston boasts a beautiful promenade, stretching for 1 1/4 miles along the sandy beach. Break your walk by visiting Sea Life Centre, Grand Pier and Marine Lake (boating and paddling). There is a host of great places to visit within easy reach such as Cheddar Caves, Wookey Hole and the historic towns of Wells, Glastonbury and Bath. Weston is only 25 minutes drive from Bristol International Airport

Bristol Airport - Distance 7.82 miles (12.59 km)

Bristol airport is 9 miles outside the city centre, just off the A38. From London take the M4 until Junction 19, then take the M32 Southbound, this turns into the A38. From the North take the M5 until Junction 18, then the A4 towards Bath taking the A38 turn off. From the South take M5 north until Junction 22, then take the A38 towards Bristol and follow signs for the airport. Short and long term parking is available. Car hire is available from the airport. The nearest station is Bristol Temple Meads in Bristol town centre. Regular trains run throughout the week from Bristol Temple Meads station to London, Swindon, Cardiff, Bath and Exeter.

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