Visiting Bristol

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By Bicycle

There are plenty of dedicated cycle routes throughout Bristol city centre and the surrounding areas. You can download maps from Better By Bike and find out more information.

By Train

The nearest train station is Bristol Temple Meads.

The walk is about 15-20 minutes past some the beautiful sights of Bristol! This can be the better option particularly through peak times.

There are plenty of bus routes that leave the train station and drop off near We The Curious.

The 8, 9 and 72 all pick-up directly outside of the station and drop off at College Green which is a short walk from We The Curious.

By Bus

There are plenty of bus stops around We The Curious. Look for those that stop on Anchor Road, College Green or The Centre.

The bus costs £2.50 for a single or £5 for a day rider when buying on the bus. You can find the tickets cheaper if you download the m-tickets app. Find out more on the First Bus website.

By Boat

If you fancy seeing a different sight of Bristol, you can catch a ferry from various points along Bristol’s rivers and can be dropped off a short 4 minute walk from We The Curious. For timetables and prices head to the Bristol Ferry website. Be aware it is cash only operated.

By Car

Bristol can be a busy city so we recommend not driving. If this is unavoidable however, car parking is available at Millennium Square car park and in other areas near-by.

The postcode for We The Curious is BS1 5DB. Be aware of road closures within the city centre that may affect your journey.

 

 

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