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Not only is there the most enormous TV screen, bronze statues of famous Bristolians like Cary Grant there are shallow ponds in which children and adults can just run about and be silly. Also the site of a scating rink around Christmas and many other...More
Sandwiched between Harbourside and the Science Museum, Millenium Square is a popular public open space, built over a car park, that provides a canvas for numerous interesting art installations, the mirrored Planetarium, BBCs Big Screen and access to the ‘We The Curious’ Science Museum.
This is an open and rather ugly and windswept square on first view however there are various interesting statues of important Bristolians with their personal stories plus the planetarium is interesting and the science museum building too.
Not a destination in itself but if you are in the Harbourside area, make sure you stroll through. There are statues, fountains and often events going on. There is a big TV screen which shows events such as Wimbledon.
We stayed 2 nights in a harbour side hotel and I've evening I took an evening stroll through Millennium Square
There were loads of interesting light effects and colours making the whole area look special
There is a casino
A power charging "tree"