Green Bristol: Urban Nature Walking Tour

Put on your green-tinted glasses and join James on a guided walking tour through the heart of Bristol, the Green Capital of Britain. Jam-packed with fascinating sights, spellbinding stories and Bristol trivia, as well as plenty of opportunities to slow down, see the details and refresh the senses with a healthy fix of nature connection in the city’s finest green spaces. Whether you’re visiting for a few days or you’ve lived here for 50 years, this walk is perfect for discovering the green essence that Bristol is built on!

  • SEE over 10,000 tree species (yes really!); the site of the World's Biggest Party Gatecrash; the ancient goddess in the heart of the city
  • HEAR about protests, pixies and a cheeky bit of nature poetry
  • FEEL refreshed and revitalised from exploring the city’s finest green spaces

THIS WALK IS FOR YOU IF:

  • You live in Bristol and you want to learn more about this beautiful city
  • You’re visiting Bristol and want to see the city’s best bits
  • You want to explore nature but are suspicious of anything outside e-scooter range
  • You want to get some exercise and have fun at the same time

PRAISE FOR GREEN BRISTOL: URBAN NATURE WALKING TOUR:

  • “I’ve lived in Bristol for 50 years, and had no idea this was here. I’ve learned so much!” - Anthony N
  • “This is the best thing I’ve ever seen!” - Jane S
  • “This man is a wizard” - Joe R

Minimum fitness level required.

Age restrictions: 0+

Adult (General admission) £10
Child (0-17yrs) £5
Student £5
Senior Citizen £5
Concession (Unwaged) £5

How to get there

Facilities

  • Experience takes place outdoors

On the day

Start: The Vaulted Chambers Café, Castle Park, BS2 0HQ Finish: Cabot Tower, Brandon Hill Distance: 4km Duration: 3 hours Terrain: Urban, with some grassy bits. There will be a lot of stairs to climb about halfway through. Wear whatever footwear is most comfortable! Ages: All Weather: Please be prepared and equipped for all weathers

PLEASE NOTE that all walking, exploring and frolicking is undertaken entirely at your own risk.

Changes happen, don't worry

How to change dates
Change of plans? You can easily rebook the next available slot up to 2 days before your experience.
How to get a refund
Can't make it? We understand things happen! You can cancel and get a full refund up to 2 days before your experience.
Please note that this refund policy does not apply to gift bookings. You may reschedule your gift if outside the time period stated above. However, all gifts are non-refundable and expire exactly 1 year after the date of purchase.

You'll be hosted by

Man About Country

I'm James, AKA Man About Country - a wild walker, keen storyteller and long-time lover of the great outdoors. I've been leading walks, telling stories and promoting nature connection for over 5 years.

Through my Man About Country blog, my aim is to get people out into the Great British Outdoors and the beauty just beyond the doorstep. Time in nature makes us healthier, happier, and maybe even saves a few quid from the holiday fund when we remember we already live in a world-class holiday destination and don't need to go abroad to relax! Walking doesn't have to be boring and the countryside doesn't have to be off-limits to city dwellers.

Join me on a walk and rediscover the real country behind the flag!

James Lawrence

Meet James, the Man About Country, your guide to the wonders of Britain's landscapes. A passionate storyteller and outdoor enthusiast, James has dedicated over five years to leading explorative walks and fostering a connection with nature. His blog, Man About Country, is a testament to his mission: to encourage urbanites and locals alike to discover the serene beauty that lies just a step away from their own front doors.

James believes that the Great British Outdoors is not just a scenic escape but a pathway to wellness and joy. He champions the idea that Britain itself is a premier holiday spot, negating the need for overseas travel. With James, every walk is an adventure, and the countryside is an open invitation to all city dwellers seeking tranquility and a touch of the wild.

Any questions?

Ask your question directly to Man About Country.