Visiting Bristol Pride
Not only does Bristol Pride offer a whole host of events across 2 weeks in Bristol including fantastic high profile, fun and cultural events to showcase and celebrate LGBT Bristol, we have the largest Parade and Pride Festival in the South West, so why not plan your visit to Bristol during Pride.
Coming to Bristol for the first time? The best train station is Bristol Temple Meads with The Amphitheatre and at-Bristol’s Millennium Square nearby! Check out our google map of all the action for Pride Day the postcode for the new festival site is BS1 5DB
Pride day starts with the Prade which gathers from 10am in Castle Park and departs at 11am. Visit our Parade Page for route maps and accessibility information.
We encourage you to walk, cycle or get public transport to the festival why not use your Pride Wristband for FREE bus travel or reduced Ferry Travel! Best Bus stops are the central fountains/promenade or Anchor Road.
With a whole week of events you may well want to come down ahead of Pride Day for our Comedy Event, Films or Theatre Performances or perhaps come and enjoy the pre-pride parties. There is also so much to do and see in Bristol, make your stay a bit longer!
We are once again proudly teaming up with Festival Partner First Bus to offer FREE bus travel to all supporter wristbands, so simply buy your ticket in advance and you will be able to travel to for free with First Bus on Pride Day, 9 July, in Bristol’s inner zone (map link below)
Official Hotel Partner
Our official hotel partner for Bristol Pride 2018 is Clifton Hotels and Berkeley Suites
They offer a variety of hotels and new Suites all conveniently close to the Pride Day Festival and the official Pride Afterparty at the O2 Academy.
Travel in comfort and style to Bristol Pride with our rail partner GWR.
With a number of routes to the South West our nearest station is Bristol Temple Meads.
With so much to see an do in Bristol we look forward to welcoming to you!
You can find out about other Bristol events, all the sights to check out whilst in Bristol as well as and reading more about the Bristol LGBT+ scene by checking out Visit Bristol