1. City Museum
At the top of Park Street, next to the Wills Tower. (Brandon Hill Park & Tower are nearby too).
Great for a rainy day! Dinosaurs, Egyptian mummies and amazing stuffed animals.
2. M Shed
Huge space with old buses to climb on, boats, trains, cars and engines and displays about Bristol. Needs a few visits to see it all. Walk down the dockside to see the SS Great Britain and the Matthew too and stop for a sandwich at the Buttery.
3. St Werburghs City Farm
St Werburghs City Farm, Watercress Road, Bristol, BS2 9YJ. Telephone 0117 9428241. Wander around and see the cows, ducks, sheep and chickens.
4. Windmill Hill City Farm
A working farm in the City Cente with a great adventure playground. Easy bus ride from the City Centre - get off opposite Asda and walk around the corner.
5. Blaise Castle Estate
Henbury Road, Henbury, Bristol, BS10 7QS. Wonderful woodland walks down to the river, acres of space to run around and a fantastic play area. toilets and café on site too.
6. Central Library & Bristol Cathedral
College Green, Bristol. Read a story in a pirate ship! The children's section is really big and fun. A bus ride down to the Centre takes you right by College Green, walk across to the Central Library. The Cathedral is worth a visit too.
Other places on Bristol Bus routes include
The Red Lodge Museum (Off Park Row), great George Street (Off Park Street), Oldbury Court & Snuff Mills, woodland river and park, Arnolfini (Princes Street, by the docks).
Upper Horfield Children's Centre
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