Bristol Old City
Detective Mystery Trail
Warning: Our Trails are highly addictive (even for parents)!
Are you ready to explore Bristol's Old City?
Slip-on your best disguise, daring detectives - you're going undercover!
Your self-guided detective mystery Trail begins at one of the original...
- A self-guided detective mystery walking Trail around Bristol.
- Ideal for kids aged 6 – 106!
- 1.5-mile ‘loop’ Trail (takes 1.5 hours to complete at your own pace).
- Text message service with clues if you get stuck.
- Solve the mission and be entered into a £100 monthly draw.
- Learn more about where you live or explore somewhere new.
- Download your Trail now for instant fun (or receive your copy in the post)!
The Bristol Old City Treasure Trail starts at:
City of Bristol
We have three super duper themed Clubs for your child to enjoy as part of their Treasure Trail experience.
Perfect for 4-8 year olds, the concept behind the Clubs is that your child will get a bundle of goodies to excite them about their forthcoming Trail experience, something to keep them entertained whilst travelling to and from the Trail, and something to be given on completion of the Trail as a keepsake.
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Before you set off on your awesome adventure, there are a few things you need to know...
The route isn’t friendly for wheelchair users and pushchairs.
Bring your four-legged friends along! Please note that it is a busy city centre, so dogs will need to be kept on leads.
The closest long stay pay and display car park to the Trail start point is at the NCP Rupert Street Car Park (BS1 2PY), just a few minutes walk away. Or why not try Bristol’s fantastic Park and Ride service?
There are some fantastic events in Bristol’s calendar, all of which are great times to visit this beautiful city. However, you may find that some of the Clues on this Trail may become obstructed or difficult to access on these occasions. If you would like further information about event dates, please contact Bristol Tourist Information.
There are public toilets available towards the beginning of the Trail, and the route passes several pubs and a few cafes along the way.