Must See Mondays – Event of the Week

What: Bristol Open Doors // Where: All around Bristol // When: Saturday 13 September 10am – 4pm // Cost: Free

BristolOpenDoors-logoEver wanted to see what was going on behind the closed doors of Bristol most noted buildings? Well, Bristol Doors Open Day offers you just such an opportunity. This after all is the annual day on which many of Bristol’s significant contemporary and historic buildings open their doors to the general public. Highlights this year include Bristol Old Vic, Colston Hall, BBC Bristol Broadcasting House,  @Bristol, Clifton Rocks Railway, Arnolfini and Bristol’s Haematology and Oncology Centre.

Wigwam-web_1024_768_80 Entry to all buildings is completely free. For some buildings you need to pre-book to go round and will be turned away if you haven’t. Others offer regular tours with no pre-booking. Please check the individual entries for details, and find out more by clicking here.
By Kevin McGough

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