See amazing film and photographs, listen to moving personal stories, encounter rare and quirky objects and add your own memories of Bristol through the interactive displays. From prehistoric times to the present day, M Shed tells the story of the city and its unique place in the world.
a lovely art space on the harbourside. lots of other places to eat and drink around the gallery as well.
Colourful exhibits detailing history of the city and its people in a 1950s dockside transit shed.
One of Bristol’s leading museum-venues with live performance pieces, the foodie hub to the right at Gaol Ferry Steps is also well worth exploring.
The Industrial Museum. Often has special exhibitions and is in a good building by the dockside cranes. Great views from the roof balcony.
“Absolutely extraordinary. Your ticket will last for a whole year. Well worth a visit. ”
“An unmissable FREE visit. An eclectic collection of fossils, artwork, Ancient worlds and the famous Bristol Zoo's Alfred the Gorilla.. and a gypsy caravan!”
“An international arts centre and gallery with contemporary art exhibitions, artist's performance, music and dance events, poetry and book readings, talks, lectures and cinema.”
“Buzzing multi-arts venue with an arthouse cinema and cafe bar in a warehouse overlooking the water.”