Wake The Tiger

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Book Wake The Tiger tickets for one of the best days out in Bristol

Offering a self-guided, walk-through labyrinth filled with over 40 interactive spaces, immersive exhibits and exciting zones to explore, Wake The Tiger reigns proudly as the UK's largest immersive art experience - and the world's first Amazement Park!

Visit Wake The Tiger and enjoy an out-of-this-world experience, beginning in an abandoned paint factory and finally transcending to the OUTERverse...

There's so many things to do in Bristol at Wake The Tiger

Perfect for both the young and the young at heart, Wake The Tiger is home to over 40 interactive spaces, filled with incredible art:

  • Abandoned Paint Factory: Once intended to be luxury apartments, the place has suddenly become overrun by unprecedented mushrooms, mysterious ooze, a stubborn tree and an extremely important ring of funga, believed to be a portal to another world...
  • The Dream Factory: An abandoned research facility repurposed by The Guilds and the Four Elements. The Guilds work tirelessly to restore the ecosystems, using the power of the funga.
  • The Sanctuary: Where harmonised funga unlocks a fifth element known as Aether. You'll be challenged to trust in the Aether and access the OUTERverse, an incredible space offering soul-searching and mind-bending personal voyages.
  • 40 Interactive Spaces: Encouraging visitors to discover and interact with incredible art, you'll be immersed into the story of Meridia, diving headfirst into the unbelievably, challenged alternate world. 
  • Out-of-this-world Experience: Enjoy the artistic freedom that Wake The Tiger promotes, challenge the impossible, think radically and celebrate the differences of the ever-changing world we live in.

Once you’re through the portal, Wake The Tiger don’t offer navigation as they encourage exploration and self-discovery. The experience is non-linear and entirely self-led, so you can spend anywhere from 40 minutes to 4 hours in the park—it’s entirely up to you. You are also welcome to go round as many times as you like!

What is Wake The Tiger Bristol?

Join thousands of visitors from Planet Earth and enter the world of Meridia, once owned by Meridia Luxury Homes, who had plans to build luxury apartments. When the plans stopped - reportedly due a market crash - witnesses say they saw some peculiar sights in the abandoned paint factory. Mushrooms known as funga, mysterious ooze and one very stubborn tree...

  • Meridia has experienced near-complete climate and societal breakdown - the natural resources are now severely depleted to a level of just 5% (the Earth has 50!)
  • Once through the portal, you'll enter The Dream Factory; a once-abandoned research facility, now a beacon of hope for the future of Meridia.
  • The Meridians have formed a community based on the four elements; the Explorers, Visionaries, Anarchists and Inventors. Join the Guilds as they explore alternative solutions that will enable the survival of Meridia.
  • Journey deeper into Meridia with the Guilds and discover the results of the groundbreaking experiments on the power of funga - as the funga grows, waters are purifying and dead plants are coming to life...
  • Head to the Sanctuary and come face-to-face with the tinkering and testing of the funga. You may even discover a fifth element... but will you trust it?
  • Follow the path of interdimensional cracks and be transported to the OUTERverse, where you'll take a personal journey and discover that adventure is not a destination; it's a state of mind...

Book Wake The Tiger tickets now for one of the best days out in Bristol, fun for the whole family!

Wake The Tiger,
127 Albert Rd,
Bristol BS2 0YA
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How to find us

Address: Wake The Tiger, 127 Albert Road, St. Philips Marsh, Bristol, BS2 0YA

What3Words: slowly.polite.pure

By Public Transport:

  • Bristol Temple Meads Train Station: 20 minutes walk away
  • Parking: There is limited parking available onsite. Please note, this is card only/contactless payment. Up to three hours is £3.00, and each additional hour is £1.00.


  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Toilets
  • Food and drink
  • Gift Shop
  • Parking onsite

Yes, Wake The Tiger in Bristol is wheelchair accessible. In fact, the site was designed with accessibility in mind - but there may still be a handful of things to consider before your visit.

  • There are some areas that have tighter spaces which may be harder to navigate around - however, the majority offer alternative routes.
  • There is a manual wheelchair available. 

Yes, Wake The Tiger is suitable for all ages.

  • The experience does have some dark spaces, lighting effects and soundscapes that could be frightening for some sensitive and young viewers.
  • Pushchairs must be left at the reception desk.

Yes, The Guildhall Cafe Bar is located onsite.

  • The cafe offers a range of fresh, homemade and seasonal vegetarian and vegan food.
  • Paninis, soups, cakes and sandwiches are available all day.
  • Hot food, lunch and dinner menus are available 11:00 - 18:00

Please note: The Guildhall is available for Wake The Tiger visitors only.

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