Located right in the centre of Bristol, Exchange is by far one of the most lively and popular venues for live music performances in the entire city. Featuring a capacity of 250 guests, the bar/nightclub has a relatively short history. It was opened in 2012. Although the club has only existed for four years, Exchange has already hosted the gigs of famous British bands, like The 1975
, The Melvins, Jungle, Four Tet
, Haim, Sleaford Mods
or Sick Of It All
Due to the central location and supreme infrastructure, getting to the nightclub by car, train or bus shouldn’t pose any troubles.
By train and tube: Exchange is within a ten-minute walking distance from the Bristol Temple Meads railway station.
By bus: Exchange is just a one-minute stroll from following bus stations: Old-Market Street bus stops E-bound and W-bound, which serve the routes 6, 7, 24, 35, 36, 37, 37A, 42, 42A, 43, 44, 45, 48, 48A, 49, 62 and X48; Temple Way (Stop of), which serves the routes 8, 9, 22, 72, 178, 376, 429 and 506; and Temple Way (Stop oi), which serves the routes 8, 9, 72, 178, 376, 429, 903, Brislington Park and Ride and Portway Park and Ride.
By car: Exchange is right at the junction between the major routes Temple Way/A4044 and A420.
International: Exchange is only a 28-minute drive from the Bristol Airport. Visitors who come from other countries could also get from the airport to the venue via bus route A1, which stops near the Airport Terminal.
Exchange is close to the Gardiner Haskins Car Park (3-minute walking distance), a facility which also offers a wide array of parking spots for Blue Badge Holders.
Access for people with special needs
Individuals who suffer from disabilities benefit from facilities like accessible toilets. Moreover, visually impaired visitors can go in accompanied by guide dogs. For further accommodation, do not hesitate to contact the administration.