The Trinity Centre church was built between 1829 and 1832 by Thomas Rickman and Henry Hutchinson. Today, it houses an entire Trinity Bristol Centre community. The building hosts weekly and monthly art exhibitions, open for anyone to visit. Quite often, free art exhibitions act as the main attraction for foreign tourists. Bristol festivals are organised around the green spaces of the church. Plus, a lot of concerts are held at Newtown Park, just across the church.
Trinity Centre is situated on Trinity Rd, Bristol BS2 0NW, close to A420 road that leads to the centre of the city.
By train and tube: Bristol Temple Meads is the main railroad station in the city. It isn’t far away from the Trinity Bristol Centre, just south-west of it on the Temple way road.
By bus: there are a few busses that lead right next to the Trinity Centre. The closest one is alongside Stapleton Rd or Clarence Rd, served by bus lines 48, 49 and N2.
By car: A420 road runs right in front of the church. Trinity St and Thrissell St are also close by.
International: Bristol Airport is located 10 miles away from the Trinity Centre. A railroad station is also nearby, so you can catch a train right at the terminal exit. The same goes for the bus.
The neighbourhood has plenty of car parks near the church. The biggest one is a City Business Park, with two huge parking lots and plenty of spots for the Blue Badge holders.
Access for people with special needs
The church is wheelchair accessible; the rest will depend on the particular exhibition. While some of them offer hearing aid and Braille materials, the others - do not. So, if you need any special accommodation, do not hesitate to contact event management before your visit.