Situated next to Bristol’s grande Temple Meads station, one of the oldest in the world, The Passenger Shed is amongst a hub of transport and activity in central Bristol. This larger, open space will allow us to expand and develop the Bristol fair further, introducing more unique and unexpected features and bringing more talented artists to Bristol in 2018!
27th - 29th July 2018
2018 TICKETS WILL BE LIVE SHORTLY.
The Passenger Shed
Bristol BS1 6QH
The Passenger Shed is located directly next to Bristol Temple Meads station. Follow signs to the station.
Brunel's Old Station is located in the historic railway terminus building of the Great Western Railway situated right next to Bristol's Temple Meads railway station. It is served by the City's principal public transport services, including rail , bus, park and ride and airport shuttle.
Temple Meads is served by many buses. From the station approach, First Bristol operates services 8, 8A, 9 and 9A that connect with the City Centre, Clifton, and Redland.
The A1 and A2 services go to Bristol Airport while services such as the 121 and the 672 connect with various villages around Somerset such as Chew Magna and Cheddar.
On Temple Way, the main road outside the station, there are CrossCountry services to Wells and Bath via Saltford.
There are also local bus services which go past Brunel’s. Service 1 runs from Broomhill to Cribbs Causeway, service 51 from Centre to Rookery Farm and service 52 from Hengrove to Inns Court.
For more information on trains call +44(0)8457 484950
For more information on buses call +44(0)117 955 3231 or +44(0)870 6082608
Temple Meads Station. Overnight option.
Temple Gate Parking.
Car users using the M4 should leave at junction 19, taking the M32 to the city center and follow signs to Temple Meads station. Take junction 19 for Bristol city center if traveling north on the M5 or junction 18 if traveling south. Pay and display parking is available in the Clock Tower Yard car park or in the nearby Temple Gate car parks.