Wapping Wharf is located in the heart of Bristol, so it is easily accessible.
Cycle or walk
Wapping Wharf has provided a new and convenient cycle path along Museum Street linking south Bristol, the harbourside, the city centre and beyond via Bristol’s network of cycling routes.
Wapping Wharf is within easy walking distance of many residential areas and many of the city’s main hotels.
Wapping Wharf is well connected within the city’s road network with Cumberland Road providing access to the city centre, Hotwells, south Bristol and Temple Meads railway station.
Due to its central location, Wapping Wharf is close to a host of bus routes.
The development is only a 20 minute walk away from Bristol Coach station, offering coach services to a range of destinations including London.
Bristol Temple Meads station is a 20 minute walk or 6 minute cycle from Wapping Wharf, with regular trains to and from London. It takes just 1 hour and 45 minutes from Temple Meads to London Paddington and rail electrification is set to cut journey times to just 1 hour 15 minutes in the next few years. There are also direct trains to many of the UK’s other major cities and towns including Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester and to the South West.
The closest ferry stop to Wapping Wharf is only 2 minutes’ walk away along the waterfront by Brunel’s Buttery. Bristol Ferry Boats runs daily services which connect Wapping Wharf to Temple Meads train station, the city centre and Hotwells. Number Seven Boat Trips operates a service at weekends and during school holidays connecting Wapping Wharf to the city centre and Hotwells.
Wapping Wharf will have its own dedicated MetroBus stop on Cumberland Road when the new express bus network is up and running, with services expected to start in 2018. The stop will form part of the new MetroBus route from Ashton Vale to Temple Meads station and the city centre.