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Trains to Bristol

Bristol train station, also known as Bristol Temple Meads, is located in Redcliffe, a central neighbourhood that is within walking distance of the city centre and a short drive away from the A4 and the A4044 roads. The station offers easy access to Bristol airport, which is 8 miles away in Potters Hill. Built in 1840, Bristol station is considered one of Isambard Kingdom Brunel's architectural masterpieces and is a Grade 1 listed building. Over the years, this award-winning station has undergone renovations and extensions while maintaining its original grandeur.

Popular train routes to Bristol

London to Bristol
Cardiff to Bristol
Exeter to Bristol
Bath to Bristol
Taunton to Bristol
Birmingham to Bristol
Plymouth to Bristol
Cheltenham Spa to Bristol

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Visiting Bristol

Visitors to Bristol often venture towards Harbourside where many attractions connected to the areas maritime past can be found. Here, the masterfully restored SS Great Britain, the very first transatlantic steam ship, is now a family-friendly museum. Designed by Brunel and launched in 1843, it is a fascinating look into the Victorian Age.

More culture can be found at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery. Of particular note are the Egyptian and Assyrian collections, as well as the geology and dinosaur galleries. The museum is open every day of the year from 10:00 to 17:00.

If in need of some wellness, Bristol offers Lido – a luxurious spa destination that will see the stress of travel lifted from your shoulders. Highlights include a heated outdoor pool and Lido’s unique massages.

Useful travel tips

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