Bristol Shopping

Bristol has a huge diversity of retail outlets and it a great place to go shopping.  From well-known high street stores to independent shops, cafes and foodie places, and even our very own Bristol Pound, so whatever your shopping needs, Bristol delivers.

Bristol Shopping Quarter

If you are looking for bigger brands alongside the independents in Bristol you really are spoilt for choice. Bristol Shopping Quarter is made up of four main areas; Cabot Circus, The Galleries, Broadmead and Quakers Friars.

Cabot Circus

Bristol's newest shopping centre Cabot Circus has an eye-catching and dramatic glazed roof linking five key buildings. The roof spreads out to cover adjoining streets in a way that is unique to the UK. Cabot Circus encompasses a wide range of stores, ranging from unique boutiques to high-end designer fashion, Cabot Circus is the perfect place to shop. You will also find a deluxe cinema and numerous restaurants to take your fancy.

The Galleries

The Galleries in Bristol is home to a number of well-known high street shops, free WiFi, and plenty of places to eat and get refreshments! Best of all is has some of the cheapest parking in Bristol!

Spike Island

Spike Island has long been the site of Bristol’s docklands dominated by quays, shipyards and warehousing. More recently it has undergone much regeneration, with the opening of M Shed in 2011. It has also become home to an international centre for the development of contemporary art and design. You will find a range of artists’ studios, galleries and other cool places to hang out on the island.

Clifton

Clifton - One of the oldest and most affluent areas of the city Clifton has a unique cosmopolitan feel; offering an upmarket shopping experience, where you will find lots of boutique stores, providing a tasteful alternative to the high street brands. Accompanying the stores are numerous coffee shops, delicatessen and award winning restaurants, you'll be spoilt for choice.

The Mall at Cribbs Causeway

The Mall at Cribbs Causeway - Although famous for a huge John Lewis and Marks and Spencer, The Mall also has 33 other top name stores and 7,000 free parking spaces. You'll also find late night opening hours, making The Mall a great place to shop. There are now a number of great cafés and restaurants in The Mall including Patisserie Valerie, Carluccio's, Café Rouge, YO! Sushi and Café Gusto, making it a great day out.

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