Bristol Temple Meads railway station runs trains to most of Britain, including Birmingham, Cardiff, Leeds, London, Manchester and Scotland. And the local area doesn’t miss out either, with regional services to Weston-super-Mare, Taunton and Gloucester.

Bristol Temple Meads is the largest train station in Bristol and one of the oldest in the World. Its distinctive Tudor architecture makes it one of the most recognisable in the UK. 

The original Grade 1 listed Victorian Passenger Shed, designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel in 1841, is now known as Brunel’s Old Station. It is one of the largest events venues in the South West.

Bristol itself also has plenty to offer. From arts, music and culture to cool cafes in Clifton and museums by the Harbour. And with the city centre less than 20 minutes from the station, by foot, taxi, or even the famous Bristol Ferry Boat, you’ll be just a stone’s throw away.


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