New additions to The Galleries Shopping Centre in Bristol

New additions to The Galleries Shopping Centre in Bristol

Posted on: 11 Sep 2018

There are some exciting times ahead for The Galleries in Bristol as they welcome some brilliant new additions to their space including a new soft play centre, community spaces, more stores, and even a bingo club! 


Reinforcing Bristol’s as an iconic cultural hotspot, these new additions are set to reinvigorate the already thriving shopping scene at The Galleries while offering customers an updated chance to have fun. 

The Galleries in Bristol
Joining well-known brands such as Jack Wills, Boots and Argos alongside independent stores and eateries will be Poundstretcher and Bodycare, as well as a brand-new nail bar.  


Besides new shopping opportunities, The Galleries will be soon welcoming Jungle Mania – a new, family-friendly soft play centre offering parents a well-needed break from entertaining their little ones. Here, kids can explore, climb and swing their way through the jungle-themed obstacle course in a safe, purpose-built environment! 


Entertaining the grown-ups will be Shipleys Bingo, who is set to bring the ultimate bingo experience to the people of Bristol in the next few months. It will be located on the ground floor next to Celebrations.  


Proving its community-awareness, The Galleries has also opened two, free-to-use spaces within the centre. Following the success of children’s events run last year, The Galleries’ newly launched kids’ club ‘The Brizzle Kidz’ moved into their own space at the beginning of the school summer holidays and will be running free, fun activities over the school breaks. 

Brizzle Kids in The Galleries

Joining this space has been a dedicated gaming unit, offering customers a place to play board games with friends completely free of charge: a perfect place to unwind after a busy day of shopping! 


Keep your eyes peeled as these changes come to life during the next few months, or keep up to date on Facebook. The Galleries is located at Bristol, BS1 3XA. 


Article by:

Kate Hutchison

Kate is a second-year Philosophy student at the University of Bristol. Alongside helping to run the online side of the university's independent student newspaper, Kate regularly contributes to music platforms in the city. You can follow Kate on Twitter at @katefhutchison