New Year’s Eve Parties in Bristol

Looking for an exciting yet unusual venue for a New Year’s Eve party in Bristol? Brunel’s Old Station has just what you are looking for.

New Year’s Eve can be a frustrating time to plan for, especially when it falls in the middle of the week (as it does in 2012). Unless you have a lot of holiday saved over, there is often not quite enough time for a getaway. Therefore you may end up spending a prolonged period in the city with not much to do.


That is the time when you are looking for a creative solution to a happy and memorable New Year’s Eve. Many planned parties are extremely expensive with the hosts holding you to ransom because they can. Most pubs, clubs and restaurants will charge an arm and a leg for a New Year’s Eve celebration which can be overrated anyway.

But with a bit of imagination you can hold your own party in a fabulous venue with a capacity of up to 900 people. They will have no problem getting to our trusted event venue as Brunel’s Old Station is centrally located right next to Temple Meads train station. That means you can get here as easily on foot or by car as you can by bus, train and other forms of public transport.

Brunel’s Old Station is a spectacular Grade I listed building. It was originally designed by engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel to be a passenger shed for horse and carriages. The Passenger Shed, as it was known, allowed people arriving in Bristol to have a smooth journey into the city centre.

Today it is an atmospheric event venue for business functions such as meetings and exhibitions, but also for parties, weddings and festivals. If you want to book your New Year’s Eve party at Brunel’s Old Station, contact us today and find out how we can help make your event a success.

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