Perfectly positioned for your success

A stone's throw from Bristol City Centre, Bath and the M5 & M4, Bristol & Bath Science Park is accessible from all over the country. Whether you are commuting to work, visiting one of our tenants or just looking to have a coffee with friends, there are a few ways to get here.

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Get here by

Car

The A4174 Southbound will be closed for 33 weeks at Bromley Heath from 24th July 2017 with a contra flow in operation on the Northbound side. This will cause long delays during peak times – please allow extra time for your journey. Details of diversions and traffic management can be found by clicking Here
 

  • From M4 London: exit J18, take 3rd exit at Roundabout (A46N) then turn immediately left onto B4465, Westerleigh Road.
  • From M5 N&S / M4 Wales: exit J19, join M32 and exit at J1
  • From Bristol: exit M32 at J1
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Follow A4174 East (signposted Kingswood/Yate)
Staying on the A4174 go through one set of traffic lights and cross two roundabouts, at the third roundabout (Lyde Green) take the first exit (Westerleigh Road). At the next roundabout take the third exit into the entrance of the Science Park (Jenner Boulevard).

To download directions Click Here

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The A4174 Southbound will be closed for 33 weeks at Bromley Heath from 24th July 2017 with a contra flow in operation on the Northbound side. This will cause long delays during peak times – please allow extra time for your journey. Details of diversions and traffic management can be found by clicking Here
 

  • From M4 London: exit J18, take 3rd exit at Roundabout (A46N) then turn immediately left onto B4465, Westerleigh Road.
  • From M5 N&S / M4 Wales: exit J19, join M32 and exit at J1
  • From Bristol: exit M32 at J1

Follow A4174 East (signposted Kingswood/Yate)
Staying on the A4174 go through one set of traffic lights and cross two roundabouts, at the third roundabout (Lyde Green) take the first exit (Westerleigh Road). At the next roundabout take the third exit into the entrance of the Science Park (Jenner Boulevard).

To download directions Click Here

Get here by

Bus

Saving you petrol and wear and tear costs, and offering a relaxing journey to work – just hop on and let the bus take you, virtually to your desk. There are two options to get here.

The X48 service operated by First Bus is an express service from the Centre of Bristol directly to the Science Park via the M32. The service runs at least every 30 minutes, a timetable can be found here.

The 18 service is a bus service linking Emersons Green to UWE, MOD, Parkway train station, Filton and Southmead.

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Metrobus will be launching services from the Park in 2018 with fast links to South Bristol, Bristol City Centre, Parkway Station, Aztec West and Cribbs Causeway.

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Saving you petrol and wear and tear costs, and offering a relaxing journey to work – just hop on and let the bus take you, virtually to your desk. There are two options to get here.

The X48 service operated by First Bus is an express service from the Centre of Bristol directly to the Science Park via the M32. The service runs at least every 30 minutes, a timetable can be found here.

The 18 service is a bus service linking Emersons Green to UWE, MOD, Parkway train station, Filton and Southmead.

Metrobus will be launching services from the Park in 2018 with fast links to South Bristol, Bristol City Centre, Parkway Station, Aztec West and Cribbs Causeway.

Get here by

Train

There are two main stations in Bristol: Bristol Parkway and Bristol Temple Meads. The closest station to the Science Park is Bristol Parkway station, 4 miles away from the Science Park. Click here to plan your journey.

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There are two main stations in Bristol: Bristol Parkway and Bristol Temple Meads. The closest station to the Science Park is Bristol Parkway station, 4 miles away from the Science Park. Click here to plan your journey.

Get here by

Foot or Bike

The Science Park is located just off the Ring Road Cycle Path which connects up to the Concorde Way, Bristol & Bath Railway Path and the Avon Cycle Way. 

We have plenty of cycle parking and tenants and visitors have access to showers and drying rooms.

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The Science Park is located just off the Ring Road Cycle Path which connects up to the Concorde Way, Bristol & Bath Railway Path and the Avon Cycle Way. 

We have plenty of cycle parking and tenants and visitors have access to showers and drying rooms.

Get here by

Electric Car

We have three standard charge points as well as a Rapid Charge Point located in the main car park. Use of the charge points can be booked via Source West.

We have a partnership with Enterprise Car Club and have a Hybrid Car located at the Science Park, more information including how to join the Car Club can be found here.

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We have three standard charge points as well as a Rapid Charge Point located in the main car park. Use of the charge points can be booked via Source West.

We have a partnership with Enterprise Car Club and have a Hybrid Car located at the Science Park, more information including how to join the Car Club can be found here.

Car

Get here by

The A4174 Southbound will be closed for 33 weeks at Bromley Heath from 24th July 2017 with a contra flow in operation on the Northbound side. This will cause long delays during peak times – please allow extra time for your journey. Details of diversions and traffic management can be found by clicking Here
 

  • From M4 London: exit J18, take 3rd exit at Roundabout (A46N) then turn immediately left onto B4465, Westerleigh Road.
  • From M5 N&S / M4 Wales: exit J19, join M32 and exit at J1
  • From Bristol: exit M32 at J1
Read more

Follow A4174 East (signposted Kingswood/Yate)
Staying on the A4174 go through one set of traffic lights and cross two roundabouts, at the third roundabout (Lyde Green) take the first exit (Westerleigh Road). At the next roundabout take the third exit into the entrance of the Science Park (Jenner Boulevard).

To download directions Click Here

Read less

The A4174 Southbound will be closed for 33 weeks at Bromley Heath from 24th July 2017 with a contra flow in operation on the Northbound side. This will cause long delays during peak times – please allow extra time for your journey. Details of diversions and traffic management can be found by clicking Here
 

  • From M4 London: exit J18, take 3rd exit at Roundabout (A46N) then turn immediately left onto B4465, Westerleigh Road.
  • From M5 N&S / M4 Wales: exit J19, join M32 and exit at J1
  • From Bristol: exit M32 at J1

Follow A4174 East (signposted Kingswood/Yate)
Staying on the A4174 go through one set of traffic lights and cross two roundabouts, at the third roundabout (Lyde Green) take the first exit (Westerleigh Road). At the next roundabout take the third exit into the entrance of the Science Park (Jenner Boulevard).

To download directions Click Here

Bus

Get here by

Saving you petrol and wear and tear costs, and offering a relaxing journey to work – just hop on and let the bus take you, virtually to your desk. There are two options to get here.

The X48 service operated by First Bus is an express service from the Centre of Bristol directly to the Science Park via the M32. The service runs at least every 30 minutes, a timetable can be found here.

The 18 service is a bus service linking Emersons Green to UWE, MOD, Parkway train station, Filton and Southmead.

Read more

Metrobus will be launching services from the Park in 2018 with fast links to South Bristol, Bristol City Centre, Parkway Station, Aztec West and Cribbs Causeway.

Read less

Saving you petrol and wear and tear costs, and offering a relaxing journey to work – just hop on and let the bus take you, virtually to your desk. There are two options to get here.

The X48 service operated by First Bus is an express service from the Centre of Bristol directly to the Science Park via the M32. The service runs at least every 30 minutes, a timetable can be found here.

The 18 service is a bus service linking Emersons Green to UWE, MOD, Parkway train station, Filton and Southmead.

Metrobus will be launching services from the Park in 2018 with fast links to South Bristol, Bristol City Centre, Parkway Station, Aztec West and Cribbs Causeway.

Train

Get here by

There are two main stations in Bristol: Bristol Parkway and Bristol Temple Meads. The closest station to the Science Park is Bristol Parkway station, 4 miles away from the Science Park. Click here to plan your journey.

Read less

There are two main stations in Bristol: Bristol Parkway and Bristol Temple Meads. The closest station to the Science Park is Bristol Parkway station, 4 miles away from the Science Park. Click here to plan your journey.

Foot or Bike

Get here by

The Science Park is located just off the Ring Road Cycle Path which connects up to the Concorde Way, Bristol & Bath Railway Path and the Avon Cycle Way. 

We have plenty of cycle parking and tenants and visitors have access to showers and drying rooms.

Read less

The Science Park is located just off the Ring Road Cycle Path which connects up to the Concorde Way, Bristol & Bath Railway Path and the Avon Cycle Way. 

We have plenty of cycle parking and tenants and visitors have access to showers and drying rooms.

Electric Car

Get here by

We have three standard charge points as well as a Rapid Charge Point located in the main car park. Use of the charge points can be booked via Source West.

We have a partnership with Enterprise Car Club and have a Hybrid Car located at the Science Park, more information including how to join the Car Club can be found here.

Read less

We have three standard charge points as well as a Rapid Charge Point located in the main car park. Use of the charge points can be booked via Source West.

We have a partnership with Enterprise Car Club and have a Hybrid Car located at the Science Park, more information including how to join the Car Club can be found here.