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Here at Robert Dyas Bristol we have almost everything from the innovative to the every day, you'll find everything you need for your home and garden. From cleaning solutions and kitchen essentials to the latest DIY gadgets and gardening must-haves - all at great prices. The extensive selection of products range from some of the world's most famous brands through to exciting new start-ups.
About the store
Our Bristol store is located in the heart of the Bristol Shopping Quarter, part of the Galleries shopping centre. It is situated close to Castle Park and the riverside. Inside the Galleries we are on the top floor near to the car park entrance. The store was originally opened in October 1997.
Here at Robert Dyas we have almost everything you need for your home and garden, from kitchen electricals and cleaning appliances to gardening equipment, DIY tools and ironmongery. It's a range that encompasses the new, the rare and the necessary, as well as hundreds of great products from household brands.
Come and visit us in store, where you can see our full range of products and our latest special offers.
About the area
Bristol is the gateway to the South West and situated at the M4 and M5 interchange. The city is surrounded by sprawling countryside and the local hill ranges. Not too far from the sea, with the River Avon cutting through the heart of the city, Bristol boasts historical dock yards. Along the harbour side you will be able to see the Great Britain and the Matthew. Following the river along you will also see the Bristol Suspension Bridge and there are museums to find out more about Ismbard Kingdom Brunel and John Cabot. Famous for its glass making ancestry and coal mining history, Bristol is full of interesting sites. In recent years Bristol has become more famous for local artist taking to Street Art, including worldwide famous Banksy. There are local tours to take you around these great works. Also Aardman Animations who brought us the likes of Wallace and Gromit have a home here in Bristol. Every other weekend parts of Bristol city centre are closed off to make it all pedestrianised for street performers and local market stalls. Bristol is very bike friendly, with cycle paths on all major routes and a restricted 20 mph in the city centre.
What's near by
Bristol Shopping Quarter has Galleries shopping centre, Cabot Circus and pedestrianized roadways. The city centre is only a short walk where you will find beautiful fountains leading to the harbour side. Bristol has its own zoo in the famous Clifton area and it's very close to the great mansion and park land at Ashton Court. Other historical National Trusts locations are near. There is an international airport just outside the city and there is Temple Meads train station a short journey from the centre.