15+ Places To See Bluebells In & Around Bristol This Spring

There are few things more stunning than coming across a sea of brilliant bluebells in Springtime.

If you would like to take your kids to see some bluebells this month, here are 15+ places in and near Bristol personally recommended by readers via the Bristol Mum Facebook page, plus a few recommendations of my own.

Enjoy!

1) Prior’s Wood Nature Reserve, Portbury

2) Stoke Park Woods, BS7

3) Leigh Woods, BS8

(You can find bluebells by the top path near the natural play area, but on the other side of the wall).

4) Ashton Court, Long Ashton

(The woods above church lodge car park).

5) Snuff Mills, BS16

6) Blaise Castle Woods, Henbury

7) Eastville Park, Fishponds

(You can find the bluebells via the path leading from Eastville Lake to Fishponds. Turn right where you see the sign ”Fishponds is quiet and nice”.

The path is especially enjoyable for kids as they can walk by jumping from pebble to pebble on the river. The sea of bluebells will appear on the left).

8) Donkey Field, Uphill, Weston-Super-Mare

9) Kings Wood, Winscombe Hill, Winscombe

10) Weston Big Wood Nature Reserve, Weston-in-Gordano

11) Goblin Coombe Nature Reserve, Cleve

12) Greyfield Woods, near Clutton

13) Bluebell Woods, Willsbridge Mill

14) Arnos Vale Cemetery, Brislington

15) Lower Woods Nature Reserve, South Gloucestershire

16) On your doorstep – Bluebells are blooming everywhere at the moment: in people’s front gardens and on the sides of roads!

 

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