Nearby is the SS Great Britain museum and Banksy’s piece.Further west is Spike Island, which is a great hub for local artists.It’s hard to miss the stunning Glassboat restaurant, just next to the Bristol Bridge.Head to Old Duke afterwards for your daily dose of live jazz.Cross the bridge to get to the M Shed, one of Bristol’s best.It showcases a number of artifacts about Brizzle’s past.We’ll take the title of the spot to mean that your date will fall madly in love with you there. Get fuzzy cuddles at the Bristol Zoo – Okay, you probably won’t be able to give the animals a proper hug, but you can get an intimate up close experience with a Meet & Greet package.Alternatively you can feed the lions, or be a zookeeper for a day.
Go for a stroll through the Downs and end up at the Observatory.
The Old Vic is the UK’s longest continuously running theatre and currently celebrating 250 years of success.
The Tobacco Factory offers unique shows and has an excellent market.
Whether you’re an artist or not, it’ll be cool to learn how to make your own mark.
There are a few studios offering graffiti workshops, usually lasting for a few hours.