How to get to Wild Place Project.
Wild Place Project is located off junction 17 of the M5 motorway in South Gloucestershire (entrance opposite Bristol Golf Club). Wild Place Project is easily accessible by bicycle, car or bus. Our full address is: Wild Place, Blackhorse Hill, Bristol BS10 7TP
Heading north on M5
Exit motorway at junction 17.
At the roundabout, take your first left, signposted B4055.
Continue on the B4055 for 150 yards. The Wild Place Project entrance is on your left.
Heading south on M5
Exit motorway at junction 17. There are two filter lanes on the right. Stay in the left hand side one, signposted B4055.
At the roundabout, take the third exit, signposted B4055.
Continue on the B4055 for 150 yards. Wild Place Project entrance is on your left.
From the Mall south car park at Cribbs Causeway
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit.
Turn left toward Merlin Rd.
At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Merlin Rd
Turn right onto Cribbs Causeway/A4018.
At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Cribbs Causeway/B4055. Continue to follow B4055.
Take the first left to Wild Place Project.
Parking is free of charge but we advise arriving early during peak periods to avoid disappointment. Unfortunately we cannot allow any pets, including guide dogs into Wild Place Project under any circumstances.
2 an Coach parking spaces are strictly limited, and must be pre-booked. They will be allocated on a first come, first served basis
Travelling by Bus
Guests can catch the number 1, 2 and 76 buses from Central Bristol to Catbrain Lane, Cribbs Causeway. Click here for timetable info.
From the bus stop, it is then a short 10-15 minute walk on a safe pedestrian route to the entrance of Wild Place Project.
Buses are operated by First Bus: http://www.firstgroup.com
Traveline: 0871 200 22 33
Traveling via train and bus, why not use Plus Bus
Travelling by Bicycle
If you’re planning to travel by bicycle, we have plenty of cycle racks available to keep your bike safe while you enjoy Wild Place Project.
You can find more information on cycling and route planning please see the links below
The Travel West website allows you to plan a journey by all modes of transport http://travelwest.info/