Easter in Bristol

With Easter approaching, we asked our experts for their Bank Holiday top tips to enjoy Easter in Bristol. Spoiler alert, they all revolve around chocolate! So whether you’re up for fine dining or a brisk walk, we’ve got you covered. 

Mrs Potts

Serving the most decadent of chocolate treats, this family-run establishment on Park Street is a must for the chocolate addicts among us. We highly recommend their famous hot chocolate with a double chocolate chip cookie sandwich chaser!

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Arnos Vale Cemetery

Walk off the choc this Easter in Bristol! Set over 45 acres and full of amazing nature trails, we think, as do many others, that this Victorian garden cemetery is one of Bristol’s best-kept secrets. Grab yourself a coffee to warm the cockles as you roam around this fascinating, alternative walking route.

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Brunel’s SS Great Britain

Fancy some seriously retro dining? Inspired by the menu during SS Great Britain’s voyage to Australia in 1861, step onboard this Bristol landmark to enjoy some traditional Victorian puddings in the First Class Dining Saloon.

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Tobacco Factory Sunday Market

This community market takes place beside the Tobacco Factory every Sunday, and with amazing food, craft and local produce stalls, there really is something for everyone. Plus, you’re still walking around and working off the chocolate… https://tobaccofactory.com/whats-on/sunday-market/

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