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PremierLeague-News.Com - December is around the corner and so is Christmas, so what does Bristol have to offer?
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! The weather has got a little bit colder and festive lights illuminate the sky above the city, which can only mean one thing - Christmas is coming. Each year the people of Bristol pull out all the stops to bring festive cheer to the streets, from Christmas food to present ideas, the city has everything to offer. One staple of the high street during this time is a Christmas market, a place to find the little trinket your mum would love or to get a warm drink between shops. Around the city there are plenty of festive pop-ups but here are a couple you could visit this Christmas time. Bristol Christmas Market in the Shopping Quarter has stalls offering a variety of festive food and gifts. Open until December 23, visitors can enjoy the German market, with its chalets and ski-themed bar. Read Next: Bristol Christmas Markets 2022 - dates, times, prices and parking Take a stroll to St Nick’s Market in Old City for another festive market. A traditional indoor market with more than 60 stalls provides a family-friendly atmosphere for a little bit of Christmas shopping until December 24. Another Christmassy pastime is ice skating. Here in Bristol there are two rinks - one at the Winterland at Propyard and Cribbs Causeway’s Winter Wonderland with Paddington. Winterland at Propyard has indoor ice skating, ice bumper cars and visits from Bjorn, the animatronic polar bear. Fun can be had for all of the family as you whizz around the ice. The attraction is open until January 2. Cribbs Causeway’s Winter Wonderland with Paddington has the largest outdoor rink in the south west, so you can skate round to your heart’s content. Tickets for the ice rink are bookable in advance (Image: PAUL GILLIS / Reach PLC) With a Santa’s Grotto and the chance to meet Paddington children will love the day out, while the adults can enjoy some festive food while finishing the Christmas shopping.
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. Piste in Clifton is a beautiful Christmas venue for ski and bar lovers. Open until January 2023, people can come down to the apres-ski themed pop-up bar to enjoy the setting of a winter lodge without having to go too far from home.
Piste is open until January 2023 every day from 2pm until 11pm (Image: Nicolas Pedron) The Vintage Winter Wonderland in the centre of Bristol is open to all this Christmas time. With plenty to do from food stalls to Fairground rides and even an Apres Bar, the Wonderland is open until January 2.
The Vintage Winter Wonderland attraction in Millennium Square (Image: Robin Murray) At Arnos Vale Cemetery on Bath Road, Red Rope Theatre Company will perform Xmas Carol, a gothic version of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, for audiences until December 2. This year there is a new Christmas attraction, a lights display at the Old Down Estate in North Bristol. The Magical Illumination trail takes visitors on a walk through the manor’s fairy garden to the front of the manor. Costing £16.50 for adults and £10.50 for children the attraction is open to January 2. And at the Waterfront Square, a host of different Christmas events are being held at the Spiegeltent. Known for its fun and wild nature, Christmas at Spiegeltent is family-friendly with plenty of different events to choose from, running until December 20. Our final suggestion is going to watch the Nutcracker. On at Bristol Old Vic, performers present audiences with a theatrical re-enactment of the ballet classic on dates until January 7. Up Next: We visited Mrs Potts' Pudding Club in Bristol for a festive evening of chocolate Coca Cola Christmas Truck Tour for 2022 confirmed - Holidays are coming Cribbs' Winter Wonderland opens for Christmas 2022 with Paddington meet-and-greet Bristol Christmas shopping named best in the UK beating the likes of London and Manchester Someone will get injured on pothole roundabout, councillors warn
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