OPENING TIMES

  • AUTUMN/WINTER

    TIMES

    30 October 2022 – March 2023

    * Our opening hours will be extended to 6:30pm for our Victorian Christmas Weekends.

    Please note: We will be closed for the w/c 19 December 2022 and from 3-8 January 2023.

    Tuesday – Sunday, 10am – 4:30pm*

     

  • SPRING/SUMMER

    TIMES

    March 2023 – October 2023

    Tuesday – Sunday, 10am – 5pm

HOW TO FIND US

Please note there are road works on Cumberland Road This means that by the car, we are only accessible via Cumberland Road in one direction (from Bedminster/Temple).

he easiest way to reach us is to use Google Maps by clicking the ‘Get Directions’ button below. Please be aware that some sat-navs do not have up to date information for these road closures.

By Public Transport

The nearest mainline railway station is Bristol Temple Meads, approximately one mile (26 minutes walk) away. The M2 metrobus service runs Monday to Saturday and links Temple Meads and the city centre to Long Ashton Park and Ride. Please alight at stop SS Great Britain on Cumberland Road. We are located five minutes walk from this stop.

By Ferry

The cross-harbour ferry runs between Hanover Quay and Brunel’s SS Great Britain daily (Monday to Friday 7:30-18:15; Saturday and Sunday 10:30- 17:30). Please check their website for current information, prices and updates before planning your trip.

 

By Foot

A pleasant walk beside Bristol’s Floating Harbour is a great way to arrive at Brunel’s SS Great Britain. We are 26 minutes walk from Bristol Temple Meads station or Broadmead (city centre); 15 minutes walk from Broad Quay and Cascade Steps.

 

By Cycle

We are located just two minutes from the Festival Way cycle path which runs from Bristol city centre to Nailsea. There are a limited number of cycle racks located in Brunel square.

 

By Car

Parking is available at the Maritime Heritage Centre car park just outside Brunel’s SS Great Britain. A partial parking refund is available to visitors to us. Cash or RingGo payments only; no cards.

Bristol’s Clean Air Zone comes into effect from 28 November. Some older vehicles (less than 29% of cars) will have to pay to come into Bristol. Find out more and check whether your vehicle will be charged. An alternative option to consider is the Long Ashton Park & Ride service which operates on Saturdays and weekdays.

 

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