A fun evening is found in King Street with its many craft beer pubs, or take in a performance at Bristol Old Vic, the UK’s longest continuously working theatre. Day two - Head to Clifton for the Suspension Bridge and visitor centre. Browse the boutiques and have lunch in Clifton Village. Visit Bristol Zoo Gardens, the 5th oldest zoo in the world, responsible for having helped save over 175 species from extinction. Bristol has many green spaces including the University of Bristol Botanic Gardens. Brandon Hill is Bristol’s oldest park and home to Cabot Tower with city views. Pop into St Georges Bristol to hear world class musicians and performers. Then time for retail therapy in Bristol’s Shopping Quarter.Check out the city’s live music scene and top DJ sets in the pubs and clubs – there are plenty of venues to choose from with everything from the latest charts to traditional jazz and folk.Day three - Begin with a street art tour, led by one of the artists themselves, then explore the galleries and exhibitions at Bristol Museum and Art Gallery and the nearby Royal West of England Academy. For lunch, head to St Nick's Market in the Old City. Explore some of the beautiful market towns of South Gloucestershire, with many reached by local buses and take time to visit the famous Concorde at Aerospace Bristol.
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