Your culture attendant: things to do in Bristol

A THING TO DO TODAY

in BRISTOL
Price: £12 (adult, online)
Time: 30 mins - 1 hour
At 4pm each day at the top of the Coral Seas tank, it's feeding time for the sharks at Bristol Aquarium. Go along and see how many of the several species they have - from Painted Rays to Lesser Spotted Cat Sharks - you can see. And don't get too close, of course.
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BRISTOL
51.46°N, 2.6°W

Sunrise: 07:18
Sunset: 17:29
Weather: light rain, 8°C max, 6°C min


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