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Pride Day: Sat 13 July

Travel and Stay

Pride is back this year with 2 weeks of events from Sat 29 June to the Sat 13 July. Pride Day will again take place on The Downs on Saturday 8 July.

The nearest postcode for the site is BS9 1JA, Saville Road. The Festival is on the green space of Durdham Downs just up from the Water Tower at the top of Whiteladies Road.

Not only does Bristol Pride Festival offer a whole host of events across two weeks in Bristol to showcase and celebrate our community but Bristol has so much to offer, so why not plan to stay a little longer?

Coming to Bristol for the first time? Here’s some key travel information to help you find where things will be and we encourage you to walk, cycle or get public transport to any events during the festival.

By Bus

With thanks to First Bus, we are pleased to be able to offer free bus travel on Pride Day - Saturday 13 July, with a Pride Supporter Wristband. Valid all day on First Bus services in the Bristol Zone, you'll be sent a free ticket to use with the First Bus App.

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By Rail

The main train station to come into is Bristol Temple Meads the closest train station for many of our events. If you are travelling directly to The Downs, the closest station is Clifton Downs.

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Bristol Ferry Boats

Bristol is famed for our floating harbour so why not arrive in style over the waterways. You can pick up the ferry at Bristol Temple Meads and get off at Castle Park.

Points: Castle Park for the Parade. City Centre for Shuttle Buses to The Downs.

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Shuttle Buses

We are running a dedicated shuttle buses from the Amphitheatre (The Parade end) to The Downs. Running from 11am until 10pm

With thanks to our Shuttle Bus Partner: Natwest

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