What’s on

Reflections on the Aftermath: Lydda Airport

EXHIBITION: Award-winning Palestinian artist Emily Jacir’s film uses archive black and white photography to reflect on the period between the wars when Palestine was under British rule.

Moved by Conflict

EXHIBITION: The First World War had a profound effect on Bristol and its people. Through hundreds of original objects and archives Moved by Conflict explores the physical, social and personal changes made by war.

Made in China: an imperial Ming vase

DISPLAY: Discover how and why this iconic blue-and-white porcelain vase, on tour from the British Museum represents a crucial period in China’s history.

Bristol’s ‘White City’

EXHIBITION: Explore the story of the White City, built for Bristol’s International Exhibition and taken over for soldiers of the First World War.

Behind the scenes tours

TOUR: Join a tour of M Shed’s collection stores and encounter treasures from the city’s industrial and maritime past.

Historical Walk: Old City

Discover a millennium of history on this 1.8 mile walk around the heart of Bristol’s old city.

The Arts of the Early Ming Court

TALK: A fascinating look at cross-cultural interactions in the arts of the early Ming imperial court with Yu-ping Luk, Project Director of Ming: 50 years that changed China at the British Museum.

Train rides

Take a train trip on Britain’s only dockside steam railway behind one of our Bristol-built locomotives.

Mayflower trips

Explore the harbour aboard the world’s oldest steam tug, built in Bristol in 1861.

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