Bristol Shopping Quarter:
Located in the centre of the city, Bristol Shopping Quarter is home to hundreds of shops including high street favourites and designer names as well as a range of independent boutiques.
Incorporating Broadmead, The Galleries, The Arcade and Cabot Circus this large shopping area has something to suit everyone and with a range of great restaurants, bars and cinemas you can spend the day here.
Located in the historical and cultural heart of Bristol, Wapping Wharf is home to a diverse range of independent shops. From ethical clothes shops to independent florists and jewellers, this waterfront neighbourhood is packed with eclectic shops, restaurants, and cafes that aren’t found on the high street.
Every day of the week local traders, food and drink producers and art and craft specialists are showcasing their wares at various markets around Bristol. St Nicholas Market (open Monday to Saturday, 9.30am-5pm) is located inside the historical building known as ‘The Exchange’. The Glass Arcade is buzzing with food producers, florists and textile sellers.
Bristol Harbourside Market (Saturday and Sunday, 10am-4pm) stretches all the way along an undercover walkway on the waterfront. Here you can find a collection of fantastic jewellery, clothing, books, art amongst a treasure trove of other goods. While the market has a strong creative influence, you can also source delicious locally baked breads and cakes.
Tobacco Factory Market takes place every Sunday from 10am-2.30pm in Southville. Here you can find approximately 40 food and drink, craft & art stalls, featuring a strong emphasis on eco-friendly and ethical goods.