1. Jurassic Shark! at Bristol Aquarium

Bristol Aquarium’s Jurassic Shark event celebrates these masters of evolution and allows visitors to find out more about these amazing survivors from our distant past that continue to thrive today.

Standard (13 yrs+) £14.75
Concession £13.25

Play Me I’m Yours

Play Me I’m Yours, an artwork by Bristol artist Luke Jerram, is a musical art trail of individually-decorated street pianos installed in public spaces across a city for everyone to play and enjoy. Some of the piano locations include: At-Bristol Science Centre, Bristol Bus & Coach Station, Brunel’s SS Great Britain, Harbourside, next to the Watershed,  St George’s Bristol, St Nicholas Market, Tobacco Factory etc.


Dinner in the Sky 2017

For an exclusive period, Events in the Sky will operate a 4 day pop-up event in Bristol. Open to the public, this event will see some of Bristol’s best restaurants transfer their menus and dining experiences to the unique sky table, suspended 100-feet in the air. 7 – 12 September 2017


Bristol Door Open Days

Bristol Doors Open Days is a once-a-year chance to look behind closed doors and discover the city’s hidden treasures. You can explore fascinating buildings, join guided tours and enjoy a range of events and activities – all free! 7 -10 September




The Simplyhealth Great Bristol Half Marathon

The most recent addition to the Great Run Series, the Simplyhealth Great Bristol Half Marathon comes with its own distinguished history. First staged in 1989 and known as the Bristol Half Marathon, the city centre run has become a long-held tradition in the national running calendar. Over 10,000 runners every year make this a must do event with an atmosphere second to none. 17th September



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