Not only does Bristol Pride 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:
The main train station to come into is Bristol Temple Meads and the closest train station for many of our events, however, services may be affected by works from Saturday 10 July onwards, check the rail section below.
We encourage you to walk, cycle or get public transport to any events during the festival.
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With thanks to our Bus Travel Partner, First Bus, we are pleased to be able to still offer free bus travel on what would have been Pride Day - Saturday 10 July, with a Pride Supporter Wristband. Valid all day on First Bus services in the Bristol Zone simply show your eTicket to the driver (you do not need to print your ticket).Route planner
Network Rail is replacing a railway junction to improve the track layout near Bristol Temple Meads, this will mean changes to some train services from Saturday 10th July.
There will also be no impact on long-distance train services to/from Bristol Temple Meads on that date, but some local stopping services will be different. For instance, there will be no direct trains between Bristol Temple Meads and Cardiff Central or Gloucester – these trains will call at Bristol Parkway instead.
In addition, Severn Beach/Avonmouth trains will run from Lawrence Hill with road transport operating between Bristol Temple Meads, Lawrence Hill, Stapleton Road and Filton Abbey Wood.
As an alternative, Great Western Railway has agreed to ticket acceptance on First West of England buses in the Bristol area on any reasonable route for the duration of this disruption.
For more information about the disruption in the Bristol area, click the button below.More information
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.More information