Blaise Castle (Bristol) Reviews
Description:Henbury Road, Henbury, Bristol BS10 7QS. Tel: +44 (0)1179 506 789 Fax: +44 (0)1179 222 047. Open Sat - Wed, Apri ... more
Newest Review: ... the little ones. Then there is a larger area for bigger kids, including climbing frames, a big fort and other intimidating equipment which kids love and parents watch anxiously from a few feet away. The "official" attraction there is the Blaise Castle House, which has apparently been part of the Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery since 1949. It is an impressive building to look ... more
Customer Blaise Castle (Bristol) Reviews (1)
by - written on 01/02/01, updated on 01/08/02 (Very useful, 195 readings)
We all know we should take some regular exercise, get the kids out in the fresh air and walk the dog, don't we? But somehow it is too much of an effort to bother. Well, we thought that too, until we began going to Blaise Castle, which became a regular Sunday activity. This place is a dream. There is plenty of parking, as they have recently extended the car park, but if it gets full, you can park on the grass. There are toilets there, although these are old, dirty and graffiti is in abundance. These are the next thing scheduled to be renovated though, so should hopefully be improved by next Summer. (I think the improvements were due this year, but no ... Read the complete review
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