Advertised as the 19th best nightclub in the whole wide world, Motion Bristol is located in the proximity of the city centre of Bristol. A popular location amongst fans of music such as house, techno, dubstep or drum & bass, Motion Bristol has a capacity that varies between 700 and 2500 guests, depending on the specific gig. In the course of time, visitors of Motion Bristol have been able to admire the live performances of famous names like Annie Mac
, Bloc or Cocoon.
The central location of Motion Bristol makes it easy for visitors to find their way around, regardless of whether they travel by train, bus or car.
By train and tube: Motion Bristol is just an eight-minute walk from the Bristol Temple Meads railway station.
By bus: Motion Bristol is within a 2-minute walking distance from the bus stops Avon Street (E-bound) and (W-bound), which serve the bus route 442. Moreover, it takes 9 minutes to walk to the venue from the following Temple Mead stops: Ta (routes 8, 9 and 506), Tb (route A1), Tc (routes 70, 72 and 73), Te (routes 429, 462, 512, 672 and Brislington Park and Ride) and Tf (routes 2, 22, 50, 51, 57, 67 and 376).
By car: If you arrive in Bristol by car, you shouldn’t have any trouble searching for the venue, as Motion Bristol is close to the main road Bath Rd/A4.
International: people who land at the Bristol Airport will only have to drive for about 26 minutes until they get to Motion Bristol. Plus, there is a direct bus line to the city center at the terminal exit.
Visitors can leave their cars either on the street or at the Bristol Temple Meads Car Park, which is a 9-minute walk to the venue. The facility offers many places for Blue Badge Holders.
Access for people with special needs
Motion Bristol is accessible to people with disabilities and offers free passes to personal assistants. Guide dogs are also allowed in.