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Access to the Exhibition

We aim to make all visitors welcome and are committed to providing full and equal access to everyone.

We understand that access needs are broad and diverse.

Content Warnings

At the exhibition, we have identified things that some people may find upsetting/triggering, with a red star. 

Admission to this exhibition is free, but we do have a pre-booking option available for those who would prefer it. We hold spaces for drop-ins throughout the day but always try to book to secure a visit.


If you would like to listen to the audio files within the exhibition please bring your own headphones. No headphones, no worries, we have a few options for you to borrow on the day.

The first and second-floor toilets remain open at The Galleries.

Disabled toilets
A RADAR key is required to access the disabled facilities on the ground floor at The Galleries. Though if needed, please speak to a member of The Galleries security, cleaning or centre management to gain access. Click here to see the map of disabled facilities.

Level Access and Lifts

Access is on the ground floor which can be accessed by lifts to all floors.  

If you require a scooter or wheelchair to make visiting the exhibit as easy and stress-free as possible, you can arrange for one to be brought to you at The Galleries. Simply contact Bristol Shop Mobility on 0117 955 9083 before your visit and a member of the team will be happy to meet you at a prearranged spot and time to suit you.

The Galleries, including the exhibition space, are designed with accessibility for everyone in mind. The Galleries have ramps, lifts and wide doorways wherever possible.


The Galleries' disabled spaces are located on Level D in the car park, which has direct access to the shopping centre. 

Places to sit
There is fixed seating available around The Galleries. Within the exhibition, we will have places for you to sit. 

Food and drink

There are several food and drink facilities within the Galleries shopping centre and close by. There is a coffee shop directly opposite the exhibition space too. 

Quiet space
We have created a dedicated space if you need a quiet space. Find out more about this space Here

Baby changing and feeding

You’ll find a dedicated parent and baby room with a toddler toilet, as well as changing mats and private feeding cubicles next to The Galleries customer toilets on the second floor (This exhibition is on Ground Floor).

Covid-19 Measures
The Galleries are ventilated to introduce fresh air which helps remove air that contains virus particles and prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).

Hand sanitiser will be available at the exhibition. 


You are welcome to continue to wear face coverings, of course, it is important to us you feel comfortable. 

If you test positive for Covid, please consider rescheduling your visit to this exhibition if possible, to help protect those here who may be clinically vulnerable.

We are maintaining a booking system to allow us to ensure capacity is at comfortable levels but ‘walk-ins’ are available.

The latest advice can be found at:
Public Health England  Coronavirus: latest information

There is also information as to how to protect your mental health during Coronavirus at

You may also find helpful information within our list of Frequently Asked Questions.

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Ground Floor

The exhibition is on the ground floor located with the yellow pin.

The disabled toilets on this level are located by the red star.

Lifts are also located by the red star

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