We The Curious is reopening on Tuesday, July 2, with a grand celebration on Saturday, July 6! To kick things off, they’re hiding 80 free group entry tickets across 16 Bristol postcodes starting this month.

We are thrilled to be the chosen BS3 location!

Each Curiositicket grants free entry for six people to We The Curious, includes a Planetarium show, and offers free travel via First Bus to and from the venue. Starting June 1, five Curiositickets—silver 3D-printed tokens—will be hidden around the farm. 

“We’ve created these Curiositickets in the hope that we can provide a little surprise and fun for people in Bristol to get stuck into, as they search for our silver tokens all over the city,” said Bryony Roberts, Content Director for We The Curious. “Being accessible and inclusive is really important to us, so ahead of our reopening we wanted to create a bit of a buzz with an activity that was open to everyone, whether you’re We The Curious fans or have never heard of us before.”

“It’s also a great way to say thank you to everyone who supported us during our closure, including our brilliant partners, and those who’ve taken part in our Out and About events. It’s really meant a lot, so it feels right to celebrate reopening with our city. It’s the perfect way to get curious about your local area, and even explore a new part of Bristol you’ve not been to yet. We can’t wait to welcome the Curiositicket winners through our doors in our reopening year!”

Where can I find We The Curious’ Curiositickets?

  • BS1, We The Curious (Tuesday 4 June)
  • BS2, St Werburgh’s Community Centre (Thursday 23 May)
  • BS3, Windmill Hill City Farm (Saturday 1 June)
  • BS4, Redcatch Community Garden (Wednesday 29 May)
  • BS5, Easton Community Centre (Friday 31 May)
  • BS6, Ardagh Centre (Saturday 25 May)
  • BS7, Lockleaze Neighbourhood Trust, The Hub (Tuesday 21 May)
  • BS8, University of Bristol, Student’s Union (Friday 24 May)
  • BS9, Westbury Wildlife Park (Sunday 26 May)
  • BS10, Greenway Centre (Thursday 30 May)
  • BS11, Avonmouth Community Centre (Tuesday 28 May)
  • BS13, Zion Community Centre (Wednesday 22 May)
  • BS14, Hengrove Park Leisure Centre (Monday 27 May)
  • BS15, Hanham Community Centre (Monday 3 June)
  • BS16, Lyde Green Community Centre (Monday 20 May)
  • First Bus are standing in for BS12, which no longer exists, using their network instead of a postcode area! (Tuesday 28 May)

Once you find a silver token, please take it to reception (as noted on the back) to receive the second half of your ticket. This will provide details on claiming your free group entry and travel. Curiositicket winners must book their visit in advance.

Click HERE for more information. 

Happy hunting!

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