Visit to RPS House - Bristol
Cost - Free – But booking is essential to ascertain numbers and keep you informed of any changes. Non-members welcome.
Entry costs for the RPS free to members. Martin Parr Foundation free. M-Shed Wildlife Photographer of the Year £6 Concessions £5 students and over 65s.
The day will involve lots of walking over some uneven ground and steep and rough pathways, although attendees can be selective of easier and less strenuous alternatives that can be visited and there is the option of taxis and public transport between venues.
Choose to join just for the RPS HQ and Martin Parr Institute on Friday afternoon or both days for the Wildlife Photographer of the year at M-Shed on Saturday, some harbourside photography, or a possible visit to the famous Arnos Vale Victorian Garden Cemetery.
Overnight stay at IBIS Templemeads – which is very close to the station – details at https://all.accor.com/hotel/6593/index.en.shtml?dateIn=2020-01-12&nights=1&compositions=2&stayplus=false you will have to contact and book direct with the hotel. But if you have your own favourite hotel feel free to go your own way.
Itinerary – Draft and subject to change
14.20 Meet in IBIS Templemeads Hotel reception area.
14.25 Leave for RPS House
15.00 – 17.00 Tour of RPS House, IPE 162 at RPS Gallery, Street Fusion in Bristol 2019 at the Martin Parr Foundation.
SATURDAY – all weather dependant.
10.00 – 11.30 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition
11.30 – 16.00 Harbourside Photography, Brandon Hill and Cabot Tower, Arnos Vale Cemetery.
16.00 End of organised trip.
- Tim Sanders LRPS
- Cancellation policy
No charges involved except hotel rooms which are bookable yourself, cancellation arranged with the hotel.
Bristol Temple Meads Quay Hotel