Arnolfini is one of Bristols biggest tourist attractions and one that is popular with not only thousands of tourists every year, but locals flock here in their hundreds every day, whether it's to have a look around one of the many exhibitions that may be taking place, or to have a bite to eat in their really popular Café Bar. On the day that I came for my visit there wasn't any exhibitions on at that particular time as one had just finished, but as I walked around this huge building I could easily imagine I was walking around one of the many exhibitions that takes place here every year.elephone the Arnolfini or check out their very informative website, just to check what's on, but believe me the cafe is worth a visit all on its own. Also opposite is Mshed, which is also worth a visit.
In a fantastic waterside location at the heart of Bristol's harbourside, for over 50 years Arnolfini has provided an innovative cultural resource for the people of Bristol and beyond. A leading centre forthe contemporary arts, Arnolfini presents an ambitious programme in the visual arts, performance, music, film, and offers a wide rangeof engaging family events. An educational charity, Arnolfini provides a diverse and exciting interactive learning programme for all ages. Arnolfini is also home to a much-loved shop, with an exceptional range of books and gift ideas, and a Café Bar offering locally sourced and home baked food in a historic harbourside setting.