Experience the city's best attractions by bike or on foot
Our exquisite hotel places you less than a kilometre from hotspots such as the Bristol Hippodrome Theatre and At-Bristol Science Centre. If you’re visiting with family, kids of all ages can enjoy the animals and marine life at the Zoo Gardens and Aquarium, both within 3 kilometres of the Radisson Blu Hotel in Bristol. If the weather is nice, take a stroll along the waterfront and explore the area’s quaint shops and restaurants.
- Bristol Hippodrome Theatre – 160 m. This exquisite theatre plays host to many internationally known productions, like Les Misérables, providing quality entertainment for visitors and locals alike.
- Watershed Theatre – 160 m. Known across the UK for putting on performances that children and adults enjoy equally, the Watershed Theatre provides family-friendly entertainment.
- Old Vic – 320 m. Officially the longest continuously running theatre in the UK, the theatre is always bringing in new performances that can be enjoyed by the whole family.
- Bristol Cathedral – 320 m. Situated in College Green, this magnificent cathedral took 700 years to complete.
- Queen Square – 320 m. This Georgian park sits in the heart of the city, providing respite from the urban bustle.
- At-Bristol Science Centre – 800 m. By fusing learning with the latest technology, the centre is able to create interactive educational experiences that seem to come to life – as demonstrated in their 3D Planetarium.
- Bristol Museum and Art Gallery – 800 m. From mummies to dinosaurs, this museum offers a series of exhibits that explore the events that have shaped world history.
- Blue Reef Aquarium – 800 m. Dive deep into the underwater kingdom with the aquarium’s 40 displays, which feature sharks, sea horses, rays, and a huge range of tropical fish.
- Cabot Tower – 1 km. Situated on top of Brandon Hill, this tower commemorates the journey of explorer John Cabot from the UK to Canada.
- Spike Island – 1.6 km. Devoted to the development of contemporary art, this international art centre offers thought-provoking exhibitions.
- Brunel's SS Great Britain – 2 km. Climb aboard this museum ship, which once served as the world’s longest passenger ship, and explore the stories from the ship’s historic journeys around the world.
- Cabot Circus Shopping Centre – 2 km. Covered by a glass roof, this large shopping centre features around 100 retail stores to peruse, as well as a cinema and several restaurants.
- Bristol Zoo Gardens – 3 km. The oldest provincial zoo in the world, this charming attraction features a diverse collection of animals from across the globe, including lions and gorillas.
- Ashton Court Mansion - 5 km. Dating back to the 11th century, this estate serves as a picturesque setting for large events.
- Clifton Suspension Bridge – 5 km. Spanning the Avon Gorge, this bridge has become a city landmark. There are a series of trails that allow hikers, joggers and cyclists to explore the bridge and surrounding landscape.
- The Mall at Cribbs Causeway – 19 km. Regarded as one of the area’s premier shopping centres, the mall features around 130 stores and 7,000 free parking spaces.
- Glastonbury Abbey – 48 km. Explore the history of the ruins of this 7th century monastery, which is the legendary burial site of King Arthur.