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Best things to do in South Gloucestershire

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Park
“Biggest green space with views from the sea wall to the suspension bridge and the gorge - and walk to Clifton down leafy paths.”
30 locals recommend
Multiplex
“City Centre Cinema within Cabot Circus Shopping and restaurant complex. Easy access by bus or bike.”
20 locals recommend
Park
“Beautiful park with walks, cafe's, historic mansion, golf courses, off-road cycles tracks, deer park and home to the world famous Balloon Fiesta in August.”
19 locals recommend
Café
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“It's also an excellent coffee shop. Organic food, sunny with outside space.”
28 locals recommend
Park
“It has everything! A skate park, a kids' park, a duck pond, and loads of space! ”
27 locals recommend
Road
“Walk around and you won't regret it! the creative part of the City is here. See the graffiti decorating the streets and treat yourself with some food or drink in the area. Plenty of places around!”
29 locals recommend
Bar
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“Tapas-style dishes served in a cosy cafe-bar with quirky vintage decor and live music nights.”
32 locals recommend
Hotel
“Restaurant, cafe and bar open to the public with stunning views of Avon Gorge and Clifton Suspension Bridge.”
17 locals recommend
Mediterranean Restaurant
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“Award-winning restaurant in converted houses offering open kitchen with small plates of beautifully cooked food. Great wine list. Record player playing 70's tunes. ”
29 locals recommend
Café
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“Good healthy food made with local produce available here. About 15 mins walk, can get there via narrowways.”
27 locals recommend
Museum
“Beautiful castle in the centre of Chepstow, combine this with lunch in the Bell Hanger.”
13 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“This is bristol’s no.1 plush place to eat, one fun option could be afternoon tea with a walk to the Suspension Bridge before or after. ”
18 locals recommend
Aquarium
“A very small but fun aquarium and a good place to explore on a rainy day with kids. ”
11 locals recommend
Bar
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“An independent restaurant, bar, live music venue and arts space, quirky and fun and right in the heart of the Gloucester Road.”
19 locals recommend
Route
“Gloucester Road claims to be the longest (mostly) independent high street in Europe. You will find a myriad of charity shops, craft shops, cafes, bars, pubs, bakeries and pretty much anything else you can think of. The most vibrant section is further towards the centre starting from the Somerville Road junction.”
25 locals recommend
Theatre
“Another Bristol Beer Factory cafe/bar. Ground floor of the old Wills tobacco factory. Good food and drinks. Popular with families. Very nice place.”
23 locals recommend