At-Bristol is a place of discovery and surprise, a place where education, exploration and sheer delight go hand in hand with an unforgettable day out. An immense £97 million project, at-Bristol is the core of a £450 million urban rejuvenation scheme, covering 11 acres at the heart of Bristol’s Harbourside area.
Alongside Wildwalk-at-Bristol and Explore-at-Bristol you can marvel at the Orange Imaginarium, the IMAX® Theatre, its own shops, cafés and restaurants, a series of public squares and open spaces and an underground car park. We also have facilities for private and corporate hire.
The architects are:
Wildwalk-At-Bristol, Michael Hopkins & Partners
Explore-At-Bristol, Chris Wilkinson Architects
Open Spaces-At-Bristol, Bristol partnership, The Concept Planning Group
New Chairman for At-Bristol
Peter McIlwraith will take up the reins from the beginning of next year
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THE BIGGER PICTURE
At-Bristol is the catalyst for a £450 million urban rejuvenation scheme. Visionary thinking, reallocation of land ownership and the advent of The Lottery forged together an effective partnership to redevelop the largely derelict harbourside area of Bristol’s city centre.
Designed by Irish artist Eilis O’Connell, Pero’s Bridge now spans the water from the Arnolfini to the at-Bristol site, creating the ‘Millennium Mile’. Brunel’s Temple Meads station is linked all the way to another of his great projects, the SS Great Britain.