The world's first Amazement Park®; Wake the Tiger invites you to step through a portal into the parallel world of Meridia, where you will enter an old abandoned factory once inhabited by a mysterious community of adventurers staging wild experiments! These experiments are based on the four elements; Earth, Air, Fire & Water. Also know as Guilds, you will become guild-aligned at the end of the experience.
Based in creative heartland, Bristol, with 27 unique spaces, this art walk-through labyrinth explores themes of connection and innovation, inspiration and discovery. Even better, it is for all ages from 0 to 100+, with families, couples and groups of friends all able to enjoy this experience.
The experience lasts anywhere from 40 minutes to well over 2 hours. Once finished you enter The Guildhall Café Bar, offering a wonderful range of fresh, homemade & seasonal vegetarian and vegan food, plus we have a daily specials board too! Check out our menu here. We also have a fully-stocked bar serving hot, cold & alcoholic beverages, plus some mouth-watering sweet and savoury treats. Items are subject to change as we source locally wherever possible.
We also have The Curiosity Shop where you can choose a keepsake of your time here, with art, prints and ceramics from local artists to t-shirts, keyrings and notepads; there is something for everyone.
Platinum and Leisure & tourism winners of Bristol Life Awards 2023, the judges stated “Simply put, Wake the Tiger is a once-in-a-generation artistic masterpiece. Flair, imagination, ambition, reach: just stunning! Sustainable, disruptive and daring beyond the impossible – very Bristol!”
We have created some documents to help you understand a bit more before arrival. You can take a visual journey through the experience by clicking here, or perhaps you’re prefer our written guidance here. Alternatively read our full accessibility guide by clicking here.
We also offer Sensory Sensitive Sessions for those who may find a visitor attraction overwhelming. You can find out more information here.
Bristol Life Awards Leisure & Tourism Winners 2023
Bristol Life Awards Platinum Winners 2023
For school holidays and special dates please click here.
Find out more about our Carer tickets here.
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|Adult(13+) Off Peak - Adult
|£15.00 per ticket
|Adult(13+) Peak - Adult
|£19.50 per ticket
|Child (5-12) Off Peak - Child
|£10.00 per ticket
|Child (5-12) Peak - Child
|£13.50 per ticket
Under 5s: FREE
Tickets: A £0.50 transaction fee applies per booking. Refund protection available at point of purchase via TicketPlan Group for £0.99 per ticket.
Off-Peak: Weekdays pre-5pm, excluding school holidays.
Our address is 127 Albert Road, St. Philips Marsh, Bristol. BS2 0YA.
We have a car park on site, including disabled parking bays. Wake The Tiger is a pay by mobile car park and you can use the RingGo app. The first 3 hours is free (where no RingGo session is required). Up to 6 hours is £5.00, up to 12 hours is £10.00 and up to 24 hours is £15.00.
Our car park does have space for coaches but must be booked in advance. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange.
Alternatively we have a coach drop off point – Coaches can drive 2 minutes to Bristol Fruit Market and pay a £12 waiting fee, which includes parking and shower facilities for drivers.
We encourage all our visitors to travel via public transport and we are a short walk from Bristol Temple Meads train station. Find out more on Travelwest’s website.
|2024 Standard Opening Times (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)
|Wednesday - Thursday
|2024 Standard Opening Times (2 Feb 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)
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