The city's avant-garde art gallery occupies a hulking warehouse by the river, and remains the top venue in town for modern art, as well...
Bristol's harbourside aquarium has underwater habitats including a Bay of Rays, a Coral Sea, a Shark Tank, and an Amazon River Zone, as...
Bristol Packet Boat Trips
This boat company cruises around the harbour area (adult/child £5.75/3.75, departures every 45 minutes on weekends, daily during school...
Bristol's digital media centre hosts regular art-house programs and film-related events, including the Encounters Festival in November.
Mud Dock Cafe
Upstairs, a cool urban cafe; downstairs, Bristol's best bike shop.
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Bordeaux Quay information
This ecoconscious restaurant is housed in a converted dock warehouse, and offers a choice of settings: a downstairs cafe for cake, coffee and bistro lunches, and a more formal upstairs for Mediterranean-style dining. The same open-plan industrial feel runs throughout, but standards can be variable, especially considering the prices and 12.5% service charge. There's a cookery school if you'd like to brush up your own skills.