Facilities for Disabled Patrons
St George’s Bristol regrets that due to St George’s listed-building status there is limited access to some parts of our building. However, St George’s welcomes all disabled concert-goers and there is a dedicated accessible entrance from Charlotte Street and a lift in the stalls foyer providing access to St George’s Café / Bar. Please be aware that access to the galleries is currently by stairs only.
Please mention your particular needs to the Box Office staff when you book and we will give you all the assistance and advice you need. Limited parking space is available for disabled ‘Blue Badge’ holders in the adjacent car park but must be reserved in advance – call the Box Office to check availability. Please note there is no disabled parking space available for Lunchtime Classics concerts.
St George’s Bristol is equipped with a T-Loop hearing system.
Please note: Contact the Box Office should you require further information about the new system.
Guide dogs are admitted to all parts of the venue.
Accessible toilet facilities are located within the Café Bar, accessible by lift.
There is no public parking in the car park adjacent to the building, with the exception of disabled parking for ‘Blue Badge’ holders (see above).
Parking in the streets around the building is on meters, and free on Sundays. The nearest car parks are located on Trenchard Street, Millennium Square, West End, Brandon Street, College Street and Frog Lane.
There are a number of bicycle racks at the Great George Street entrance to the venue.
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 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).
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 accomodation 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.