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12 Limerick Rd, Bristol BS6 7DZ, UK – 0117 907 5751

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23 Westfield Park, Bristol BS6 6LT, UK – 0117 946 7072

Wonderful selection of places to stay all on one website and the staff were very charming on the phone.

I found reviews of all hotels spot on. Super helpful.

Local Parks & Gardens

Cotham Gardens

33 Redland Grove, Bristol BS6 6PR, UK – 0117 922 3719

Lovely place! It's not very busy. Perfect for children of any age. I appreciate the wood equipments and the fact that the gated area it's fairly big including green area, so that children can run around safely. I also see very often people who come to train. Overall a great park!

Great play area for the kids and for a short dog walk I guess. It's well looked after as are many places in Cotham. Not really enough room to play any games, but if you want to chill out in the sun with some friends (or alone), it's perfect.

Okebourne Open Space Play Area

7 Brewerton Cl, Bristol BS10 6QZ, UK – 0117 922 3719

Good little place for kids away from noise.

With the size of the area the park could be a bit bigger and have more things to play on.

University of Bristol Botanic Garden

Stoke Park Rd, Stoke Bishop, Bristol BS9 1JG, UK – 0117 428 2041

Nice gardens and some really interesting plants. Took us about an hour to see everything. They only accept cash for entry which in 2018 is a bit ridiculous - we were told that they’ve been trying to get one for years - can’t be that hard surely!?

I always like visiting botanic gardens. I was a member of Kew gardens until moving to Bristol. This is a lot smaller than Kew but it did not disappoint. The Bristol botanic garden has a wide variety of plants and they were all very well looked after. As it is smaller, you can see everything within a day, unlike Kew. The garden is well planned and if you follow it's route, you can see everything and will probably give you some surprises. Whether you are planning to visit with friends, family or on your own, it will offer a lovely day out, even on a rainy day. Don't miss out their greenhouses, which offers a wide range of unusual tropical plants. Great one if you are visiting on a cold day :) students, children and University of Bristol staff can visit for free, everyone else will be £5.50. They can only except cash. If you plan to visit frequently, I'd recommend becoming a member, which is £25 a year with unlimited visits. Staff are friendly. They will give you a sticker which is your entry ticket and a map. They encourage you to bring food yourself but there is a cafe. They do shut for a few months over the winter, and I think they closes at 1630. Do check their opening times before going.

Great website!. Click below to find gardens open during the year around Bristol or Bristol. There are photos and lots of detail about the garden.
Blaise Castle House Museum

Henbury Rd, Bristol BS10 7QS, UK – 0117 903 9818

As Museum's go, it's alright. Don't look at this rating as negative, it's a fun day out and there's a great park for children (one or big kids, one for small kids). It's a great place to go when it's sun but maybe not when it's nuclear. The Museum itself won't occupy a lot of your time and the displays are niche (however if you like toy collections theirs is split across two floors)

Great place for children and adults. It has some facilities for children and young people. Unfortunately, the historic castle not open every day but museum is open sometimes. Also the car park is free but not enough in the weekend or holiday.

Kings Weston House

Kings Weston House, Kings Weston Ln, Bristol BS11 0UR, UK – 0117 330 3405

I've known Kingsweston House for years and it is really touching to see it looking so lovely and the gardens beautifully tended. I led a painting group in the grounds,: there were dog walkers, joggers, people of every age, (if you can toddle or be wheeled it's perfect for you too), school groups and foreign tourists enjoying the grounds and tea shop. Its an asset to Bristol and the present owner.

I rarely go into the house but it's fantastic for a woodland / field dog walk and a cuppa in the cafe. A favourite spot!

Charles Wesley’s House

4 Charles St, Bristol BS1 3NN, UK – 0117 926 4740

Very interesting, visited as part of Open Doors.

Pleasant restoration of a five floor Georgian house and garden.

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