View the festival map

Walking is the best way to see the city, and each venue is listed with a postcode to aid navigation. As an indication of where venues are in the city and what’s next door to each other check out the festival maps.

Download here

By Bus

To work out how to get to each venue, use the handy App downloadable from the website at

The Bristol Omnibus Vehicle Collection will displaying a number of lovingly cared for vehicles at Flowers Hill BS4 1NH, as well as providing free vintage bus rides to a number of venues. See there two specially organised festival routes here.

Ferry symbol

By Ferry

Bristol Ferry Boats and No. 7 Boats are offering Multi-stop tickets, allowing you to get on and off ferries all day. Check the links for further details.

By Train

Bristol is well served by trains from other parts of the UK. Visitors should choose Bristol Temple Meads (rather than Parkway) from which buses, ferries and local trains operate regularly. Bike hire is also available at the station. From the station, a short walk will take you to the venues opening their doors in the Old Market and Cabot Circus areas, or along the Harbourside and Cumberland Basin. A ferry from Temple Meads to the centre is a wonderful way to start your day trip.


By Bike

For details of cycle routes and for more information about cycling in Bristol visit Better by Bike or YoBike.


By Foot

Many of the venues are within easy walking distance and each venue listing includes a postcode to help you plan your route. Walkit helps you plan your journey on foot from any Bristol location.

By Car

Travelwest provides information on Bristol Park and Ride services, a map of car parks and charges, and traffic updates.