Location

St George’s Bristol is located in Bristol’s West End, just off Park Street. The building is a former 19th church building situated on the side of a Brandon Hill. Access is via Great George Street (Box Office entrance), or Charlotte Street (top entrance, dedicated disabled access).

Park Street and the adjoining Queens Road and Triangle areas offer a thriving commercial environment near to the University, with an eclectic mix of fashion shops, cafes and restaurants.

Parking

On-street parking is metered (Mon-Sat £2.50 after 6pm, Sun no charge). The nearest car parks are located on Trenchard Street*, Berkeley Place*, College Street*, Frog Lane* and Millennium Square. (*Sun £1.60 any period.)

Visit travelwest.info/drive to view live road information for trunk roads and motorways in the Bristol area.

Visit travelwest.info/drive or ncp.co.uk for details of the best car park for your visit.

Cyclist Facilities

There are a number of bicycle racks at the Great George Street entrance to the venue.

Bus Routes

St George’s is served by frequent bus services from Temple Meads rail station: 1, 54, 8, 9.

Visit the First Bus information website for details of the best bus for your journey.

Taxis

Taxis are numerous in the area and there are taxi ranks located on Park Street, Queen’s Road near Sainsbury’s (Dingles) and St Augustine’s Parade (outside Bristol Hippodrome).

Local Accommodation

Bristol offers a variety of places to stay. Bristol Tourist Information Centre and Bedandbreakfasts.co.uk both provide detailed listings of accommodation close to St George’s.

With four hotels in the area, Clifton Hotels provide stylish accommodation in great locations. The Berkeley Square, situated in a beautiful Georgian square and boasting a double AA rosette kitchen, is less than five minute’s walk from St George’s.

Accessibility

You can find out more about what we offer visitors with additional needs by following this link

Disabled Go logo_webWe are delighted to have been featured on the DisabledGO website.

DisabledGO have assessed St George’s independently, and given a detailed report on what visitors can expect when they arrive, which you can view on their website.