Bristol's Live Site is in Millennium Square, a redeveloped area right at the centre of the city, and will ensure that the West Country has a hub of activity throughout the Olympic experience.
Chosen as one of the eight cities to host a big screen back in 2008 by the London Organising Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG), Bristol's vibrant community has embraced the facility, using it for a range of activities in the lead-up to London 2012 and it has become a focus for live events.
With its central location there is a hive of activity surrounding the Live Site and plenty of food and drink options make Millennium Square a fantastic location for getting into the Olympic spirit.
Find Millennium Square on a map here.
How to get there? If coming from outside Bristol, National Rail services call at Bristol Temple Meads station which is just a 20-minute walk from Millennium Square. There is also a frequent bus service running into town, and the city centre is well served by a local bus network.
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