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Halloween in Bristol
The ghastliest day in the calendar is creeping up on us, but if your Halloween plans still haven’t manifested don’t fear - Bristol has plenty of super scary ways to celebrate!

So, whether you fancy being terrified in a live action ‘scare maze’, listening to ghoulish tales in a graveyard or getting spooked out on a ghost walk, you’ll be in Halloween Heaven…or Hell...
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Nab yourself a bargain break in Bristol with our special offers on hotels across the city 
See our top tips for where to eat and drink, from Michelin-starred restaurants to cosy cafes 
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23-29 Oct
October half term activities
October half term in Bristol is chock-full of activities for families, from puppetry to circus extravaganzas, animal encounters, ghoulish fright fests, spooky trains, ghostly crafts and torchlit tours. 

We've rounded up the top events & activities to keep the kids occupied during their week off...
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Book a room at The Bristol for a luxurious waterfront stay close to many city centre attractions 
Take a look at our list of family-friendly eateries, from burgers on a boat to ice cream sundaes! 
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Bristol needs your vote! 
Bristol has been shortlisted as Best UK City Break For Families in the Family Traveller Awards, and we would love to win it after finishing as runner-up last year!

Voting closes at midnight on 20 October, and everyone who votes will be automatically entered into a competition to win a £4,000 family holiday to Malta, so it's a win-win...
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Win tickets to Wildlife Photographer of the Year
We've got two pairs of tickets for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition to give away.

To enter, head to our Facebook page and comment on the competition post to tell us which animal lover you'd bring with you.

We'll select our winners at midday on Thursday 19 October. Good luck!
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18 Oct - 1 Nov
Event pick: War Horse 
The National Theatre's internationally-acclaimed production of War Horse charges into the Bristol Hippodrome this week, with astonishing life-sized puppets in one of modern theatre's most powerful productions.

We've been eagerly awaiting this show all year, and so can't wait to see it for ourselves...
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Stay at the Bristol Marriott Royal, just a few minutes walk from the Hippodrome 
Check out our pre-theatre dining list for tips on when to grab a bite before a show 
Upcoming events
Bristol Beer Week 
Festival of the Future City 
Bristol Festival of Literature 
Simple Things Festival 
Casefile: Live Mystery Game in Bristol Shopping Quarter 
26 Oct -
5 Nov
Fireworks events in Bristol 
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