How to get to the Bristol Festival of Nature
The Festival of Nature is held on Bristol's Harbourside across four squares, Anchor Square, At-Bristol Millennium Square, Lloyds Amphitheatre and Waterfront Square. A map of the Festival location can be found here
Remember to try and minimise your carbon footprint by travelling to the Festival on foot, bike, or public transport
The Festival is held on Bristol Harbourside and close to bus routes and ferries! The nearest postcode is BS1 5DB.
CYCLING AND WALKING
The Festival is held on Bristol Harbourside close to the city centre
There are a number of ferry companies running in Bristol, Click Bristol Ferries for further information
Bristol Temple Meads station is served by First Great Western and Arriva Cross Country.
Details of train times and fares can be found on www.firstgreatwestern.co.uk
Throughout most of the year you can benefit from using GroupSave tickets. This means that 3 or 4 adults travel for the price of 2 – and up to 4 children can travel with them for just £1 each.
Temple Meads station is just a 20 minute walk from the Festival. Alternatively you can catch a bus. Routes 8 and 9 leave from right outside the station every 10 minutes for the city centre.
Take any bus to the city centre or direct to Anchor Road. For more information visit www.travelbristol.org
PARK & RIDE- Saturday only
Bristol Park and Ride
There are services from Bath Road, Long Ashton and the Portway leaving every 15-10 minutes.
Via M5(S), exit Junction 18, follow A4 (Portway) to the City Centre. Via M4/M5(N), follow the M32 direct to the Centre. Follow the At-Bristol signs to A4/Anchor Road and use public car parks.
The Millennium Square Car Park and Britannia Underground Car Park are open 24 hours, 7 days a week. The entrances are on Canons Way, off Anchor Road. If you are using a Sat Nav enter BS1 5LL as your destination.
Alternatively Grove Car Park, NCP Car Park on Prince Street or Wapping Wharf Bristol are near by.