Metro Mayor Dan Norris is encouraging local residents to rediscover our region – connect with nature, explore our history or soak up some art.
He says, "You can have a brilliant day out in the West of England - home to world-famous historical attractions, beautiful countryside, fun family activities and much, much more. Over the last few years, we have all spent a lot of time at home, so what better time than now to get out and rediscover our amazing region."
Enjoy this short video and see a glimpse of all the fantastic attractions, green spaces and museums our region has to offer. From family favourites to hidden gems, it's time to rediscover this great region.
In the West of England, there are plenty of attractions and activities perfect for the whole family. From the engineering wonders of Aerospace Bristol to the oceanic spectacle of Bristol Aquarium, we're sure you can find something right for you.
We're fortunate to have an abundance of beautiful, green spaces in the West of England. Discover the spaces below, whether that's combining your dog walk with a tour of Bristol's best street art or taking in nature at its finest in Westonbirt, The National Arboretum.
Explore our region through attractions that have featured in beloved television shows and films. From Bridgerton to The Outlaws, the West of England is used to playing a stand out role on the big screen.
Some of our region's best parts are there to be enjoyed at no cost at all. Enjoy an exhibition at the M-Shed, relax with a picnic in Queen's Square or get active with a walk on the Cotswold Way.
These hidden gems are some of our favourite spots in the West of England, slightly off the beaten path they're not to be missed. Enjoy the fragrance of a Jekka's herb farm or enjoy a spectacular view point from the top of Trooper's Hill.