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Frequently Asked Questions

We hope these frequently asked questions will help you plan your visit to our exhibition and answer any queries you may have. Should you need anything further, please get in touch via our Contact page.

Does the exhibition have a content warning?

The exhibition contains work that some might find upsetting. Topics being explored include; Child Abuse, Mental Health and Recovery. At the exhibition, we have identified specific things that some people may find upsetting/triggering, with a red star. 

What support can I access at the exhibition if I find it overwhelming?

We have created a quiet space for anyone who needs it to access. Find out more on our Access page


Our staff and volunteers are around the exhibition wearing orange T-shirts. They are open if you wish to talk.

We will also have a space where you can write your thoughts. 

What support can I access after the exhibition if I need it?

If you find yourself struggling after visiting the exhibition please find Bristol support options Here.

If not in the Bristol area please contact Mind Infoline - 0300 123 3393

Open 9 am to 6 pm, Monday to Friday (except for bank holidays).

Find out more information about Mind Infoline Here.

Do I need to pay to visit the exhibition? 
Entry to the exhibitions is free. You can walk in on the day, or, if you prefer, book your free ticket in advance He

When is the exhibition open?

Project Becomings exhibition is open

Tuesday, 15 August 2023 11- 5pm

Wednesday, 16 August 2023 11- 5pm

Thursday, 17 August 2023 11- 6pm

Friday, 18 August 2023 11- 6pm

Saturday, 19 August 2023 11- 6pm

Sunday, 20 August 2023 11- 5pm

What measures to be Covid Secure do you have in place?
For more information about the measures we have in place to keep you safe visit our Access page.

Is your exhibition accessible?

Yes, visit our Access page for full details to assist with your visit.

If your access need question has not been answered, please contact us Here.

Where are the nearest car parks?

The Galleries car park offers 1,000 parking spaces with convenient access to the exhibition. There are two entrances via Newgate and Fairfax St. Please note that the car park only accepts card or contactless payments. Motorcycle parking is not available in the car park.

Family First spaces can be found on Level C and Disabled spaces are on Level D.

The Galleries car park opening hours:

Monday – Saturday
First entry: 6.30am
Last entry: 10pm
Last exit: 11pm


First entry: 8.00am
Last entry: 5pm
Last exit: 6pm

The Galleries car park prices:

Monday – Sunday

Up to 1 hour £2.40
1-2 hours £3.40
2-3 hours £4.40
3-4 hours £6.40
4-5 hours £7.40
5-6 hours £8.40
6-7 hours £9.40
7-24 hours £18.00

If you’d prefer to pop in slightly later in the day, you can park for only £2.70 after 4pm.

Is there any free disabled parking?

The Galleries car park does not offer free disabled parking. There are very limited on-street free disabled parking with a Blue Badge including on Union Street, Fairfax Street and All Saints Street. 

Where’s the nearest hospital?

The Bristol Royal Infirmary (BRI) is less than two miles away. 11-minute walk. A taxi there will cost approximately £6-£8 and take no more than five minutes.

Who can help me if I have further questions regarding my visit to Arnolfini?

Please get in touch via our Contact page.

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