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Conference Venues Bristol
Bristol is the largest city in the south west of England it lies between Somerset and Gloucestershire. Bristol is historically a county in its own right and is properly entitled the City and County of Bristol.
A few miles from Bristol's centre, two motorways intersect. The M4 from London to
South Wales bridges the River Severn before it widens to become the Bristol Channel.
There a few world class attractions in Bristol, starting with Britain’s most acclaimed historic ship, Brunel's ss Great Britain, from where you can explore under water, below the beautiful and amazing glass sea.
Of course how can you miss its most iconic suspension bridge, designed by the great Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel, although he never lived to see his creation finished in 1864.
Then Bristol is home to the world’s fifth oldest zoo, where visitors can see a family of gorillas, including gorilla baby, Kukeña.
How can we forget one of Europe’s leading interactive science centres to an outstanding network of free city museums with 19 galleries over 3 floors reveal fascinating cultures, ancient civilisations, human invention and creativity, as well as showcasing our beautiful and fragile natural world.
Before 20 August 2011, Nelson Street in Bristol city centre was a nondescript corridor of bleak, grey buildings. Now it hosts the most ambitious permanent street art project ever to take place in the UK, See No Evil.
What to see in Bristol