Every fun free thing to do in Bristol

Having fun is essential for a happy life, but these days so many fun things come with a hefty price tag. To help you keep your money in the bank, here are all of the fun and free things you can do in Bristol.

Table Tennis

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Thanks to Ping, there are dozens are table tennis boards across the city of Bristol, all of which are free for you and your friends to play on. What’s better than a spontaneous and free game of ping pong in the city.

Street Art

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Bristol is a lively and creative city full of street art, so you could spend a day walking around the city. One of the most impressive pieces of street art is the Greta Thunberg piece, which is located next to the Aldi car park. There’s also a free Banksy walking tour you can do,

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

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If you are want to do something productive, then why not go to Bristol Museum & Art Gallery? It’s free entry every day of the year, and they have dozens of art, nature, and history collections for you to view.

Millennium Square

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Millennium Square is the heart of Bristol city centre and is a popular public area thanks to the glass mirror ball. The ball is part of Bristol’s science museum and makes for incredible photos.

Bristol Doors Open Day

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For one weekend each year Bristol has an open door day, where  venues across Bristol open up their buildings to the public through tours and talks. This years weekend will take place from Friday 10th to Sunday 12th of September.

Clifton Suspension Bridge

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The suspension bridge in Bristol is an iconic landmark of the city and makes for an excellent photo backdrop. What’s even better is that there are free guided tours of the bridge each Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday between Easter and October. You can also learn all about the bridge in their visitor centre.

Windmill Hill City Farm

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The city farm is a 4.5 acres space just 20 minutes from the city centre. Entrance to the site is free, and they have plenty of farm animals for you to see, and a picnic area. They also have a community and kitchen garden, a farm shop, and a football pitch.

Cabot Tower

Brandon Hill Park, Park St, Bristol BS1 5RR

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Cabot Tower is located in the parkland of Brandon Hill, which is the oldest park in Bristol. The tower re-opened to the public in 2011 after being closed for maintenance but offers panoramic views across the city.

M Shed

Princes Wharf, Wapping Rd, Bristol BS1 4RN

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If you want to know more about Bristol, then M Shed is the place to go. The museum is the home of everything Bristol, from the modern-day right back to the prehistoric times. It’s opening again for the summer on May 28th 2021, and will remain open until June 20th 2021.

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