Six things to do Around Bristol

The Black Country is a great place for a
laid-back family vacation, with something from everyone from natural landscapes
to amazing architecture to extreme sports. It’s just a matter of having the
time to do it all.

Relax at Stephen’s Vale

This small wooded valley, famed for its
waterfall, offers you the chance to get back to nature as a family; bird
watching, dog walking, and getting some adorable photos of the kids. Take a
picnic and spend the day there. Just remember the number one rule for spending
time in nature: take only photos and leave only footprints.

Take in the view from Clifton
Suspension Bridge

This grade-I listed bridge spans the
Avon Gorge and the River Avon, linking Bristol to Leigh Woods in North
Somerset. It was designed by William Henry Barlow and John Hawkshaw,
based on a design by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. It’s an engineering
feat that offers spectacular views for those passing over it to enjoy.

Now, obviously, it is pretty hard to do
this without a car, so if you’re flying in, look into car hire at Bristol
airport. Booking Car Europe is a comparison website that allows you to search for all the local car
hire companies to save you up to 30%. As a bonus, renting a car also allows you
to explore outside of Bristol on chilled-out day trips that all the family can

Afternoon Tea at Ston Easton

There’s nothing more British than afternoon
tea, complete with cream cakes and finger sandwiches. It’s even better when you
enjoy it inside a country estate, like this one, which is just a 35-minute
drive from Bristol. If it’s sunny, you can eat on the terrace and look out over
the lush gardens, but on colder days, you can make yourself comfy on an
armchair in the drawing rooms.

Go on Safari at Longleat

This is the UK’s first safari park and
allows your family to see real-life animals up close as you drive through. (You
can even feed the big cats for an extra fee.)

Kids will love the Adventure Castle, which
contains rope bridges and zip wires, the Longleat Hedge Maze, and the Little
Explorer’s Garden. Adults can explore the Longleat House and Grounds, which is
one of the best Elizabethan stately homes in the country and has 15 rooms open
to the public.

Explore Cheddar Gorge &

There is truly something for everyone here,
from nature lovers to thrill seekers to geology nerds to history buffs, so you
can please all the family at once. You can take in flora and fauna, like the
Cheddar whitebeam and the lesser horseshoe bats, learn about the archaeological
discoveries made in the caves, like Cheddar Man, the oldest, complete skeleton
ever found, dating back to the Mesolithic Age, or go adventure caving. It’s
only a 45-minute drive from Bristol.

Wells Cathedral

This majestic medieval masterpiece, which
was the first English Cathedral to be built in the Gothic style, and dominates
the centre of England’s smallest city. While it’s fun to look around and admire
the architecture on your own, they also have free daily tours (except on Sundays)
and regular lunchtime concerts.

Hopefully, this has given you plenty of
ideas for your next holiday in Bristol.

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