Christmas and New Year parties

We’ve got Bristol wrapped up this Christmas and New Year!      

After Dark Christmas parties at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

Let us show you what happens in Bristol’s best loved museum after dark…

Start the evening with a festive cocktail on arrival before you explore millions of years’ worth of history with a private viewing of our upper museum galleries.

Discover sea dragons, dinosaurs and wildlife from around the world alongside beautiful minerals and fossils, whilst all the time having a bird’s eye view of the beautiful Wills and Winterstoke Halls.

After a festive dose of culture, it’s time to take your seats for a delicious three course dinner served in the heart of the museum. Then grab your dancing shoes and head out onto the dancefloor with your friends and colleagues to celebrate the festive season in style.

Your Christmas party package will include    

  • Festive cocktail on arrival
  • Private gallery viewing of upper museum galleries
  • Three course feast with coffee and petit fours
  • Themed tables with crackers
  • DJ and disco until 1am

£55 per person inc. VAT.


Early bird offer:
Book by Friday 9 February and get FREE festive canapés on arrival!

If you have any queries, please do get in touch and we would be happy to help.


New Year’s Eve at the Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

Details on our New Year’s Eve 2018 gala dinner and party will be available soon.

If you have any queries, please do get in touch and we would be happy to help.

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