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Bristol: St. Nicholas Market and Air Raid Shelter Tour
Embark on a tour of St. Nicholas Market and the Air Raid Shelter for an experience you'll never forget. Enjoy a tour that covers everything from Bristol's trading past to the city's vibrant present.
- Head off for an unforgettable experience on Bristol's only subterranean tour
- Explore the impressive underground WW2 Air Raid Shelter alongside a guide
- Travel back in time through 1,000 years of Bristol's trading history
- See rooms which rocked to the Rolling Stones and the best bands of the 1960s
- Pick up some sweet and savory treats at the vibrant St. Nicholas Market
DescriptionAllow local guides to take you on a magical tour through 1,000 years of Bristol's history. Enjoy privileged access to subterranean passageways, rooftop vistas, WW11 air raid shelters, and rooms that once rocked to the best bands of the 1960s. Visit St. Nicholas Market for lunch. Your tour begins outside the main entrance of the Corn Exchange. Stroll through ancient streets to see Blitz damage, castle remains, street art, and much more. After discovering the highlights of the Old Town, head back in time and beneath the streets to explore areas of the city that are usually unavailable to the public. You'll be moved, fascinated, and amazed by the WW2 Air Raid Shelter which remains as a living time capsule hidden beneath the city. You might even meet Margaret — a friendly ghost. Along the way, learn about Bristol's role in the slave trade, piracy, and its current position as the capital of street art. Your guide will keep you informed and entertained until lunchtime when you can sample the delights of St. Nicholas Market and the finest street food in Bristol. Grab some fun souvenirs while you're at it.
IncludesGuided tour Entry to the WW2 Air Raid Shelter Entry to exclusive areas of the Corn Exchange
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