Planning your school or group visit

 

It’s great that you’ve missed us over the past year and can’t wait to come and visit us again! This does mean, however, that due to huge demand we are FULLY BOOKED until January 2022 for both Bristol Museum & Art Gallery and M Shed.

Please contact us to book visits in Terms 3, 4, 5 and 6.

We will send instructions for your visit and a Covid-19 Risk Assessment with your booking confirmation – please read all of this carefully and make sure everyone in your group is aware of the safety information.

ALL groups of 10 or more need to book a visit to our museums in advance through the Learning team. Please DO NOT try and book groups through the general visitor online tickets, as these will be cancelled. Do remember to bring a copy of your booking confirmation with you when you visit.

We’re sorry if you can’t visit us in person due to our reduced capacity, so why not sign-up for one of our FREE school webinars.  If your topics this term include ancient Egypt, Stone Age to Iron Age or ancient Greeks, and you haven’t been able to book a workshop, we will try to arrange a webinar for you instead.

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

Whether it’s art, history or science, Bristol Museum & Art Gallery can offer a range of one hour, half or full day learning sessions.

Plan your school or group visit to Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

M Shed

Located on the historic dockside, M Shed reveals the fascinating story of the city and its unique place in the world.

Plan your school or group visit to M Shed

Blaise Museum

Blaise Castle House Museum is housed in a late 18th century mansion and is situated in the beautiful parkland of Blaise Castle Estate at Henbury.

Plan your school or group visit to Blaise Castle House Museum

The Georgian House Museum

Travel back in time and discover what family life was like in 18th Century Bristol.

Plan your school or group visit to The Georgian House Museum

The Red Lodge Museum

The Red Lodge Museum is often described as Bristol’s ‘hidden treasure’ because of its magnificent Tudor rooms.

Plan your school or group visit to The Red Lodge Museum