Step into a secret world
Discover unique heritage in the heart of Bristol
Enter 45 green acres of spectacular Victorian Garden Cemetery. Find out more about the history of the city, told in a leafy and tranquil setting , rich in architecture, fascinating trails and nature walks.
"Bristol's hidden gem. We love nothing more than going for a walk at Arnos Vale and the kids love exploring!"
- Exciting changes are underway near the Totterdown boundary of Arnos Vale, where our Estate Team and volunteers have created a new Community Garden. The area of […]
Our Cemetery Services
A tranquil resting place in a vibrant landscape
Arnos Vale has been re-established as a serene final resting place, a beautiful natural landscape, and a welcoming location that encourages visitors to celebrate life and remember those who’ve passed.
"It is the best example of a cemetery I know and I'm glad Arnos Vale are looking after my loved ones"
- October 19, 2019
7:00 pm - 11:55 pm
Come join us for the third annual ‘Bats Ball’; a celebration of all things Gothic. This year, we have two optional tours, ‘Morbid vs Macabre’ on offer, included in your ticket price. We’ll have added décor, ‘selfie spots’ and a little run of official merchandise! Also, at long last, the cemetery gods have spoken and (more…)
- October 20, 2019
9:30 am - 11:30 am
- December 7, 2019
9:30 am - 11:30 am
Join Jess and Kate for a monthly 2hr Scaravelli inspired yoga workshop in the Spielman centre, Arnos Vale. A beautiful, tranquil venue, surrounded by nature. These workshops are for you if you’d like to: • slow down, unwind and enjoy yoga at an unhurried pace • relax while building strength, flexibility and better movement habits (more…)
- Morbid Curiosity Daytime tour 20/10
October 20, 2019
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Have you ever walked around a cemetery or graveyard and thought ‘I wonder how they died?’. Well now’s your chance to find out. This is a rare daytime telling of this story, but it is still all about death. This October hear about drownings and hangings, murder and unfortunate accidents, a ‘crinoline death’, diseases of (more…)