Getting There & Parking

Getting to DogFest

DogFest is situated in one of the many park fields in Ashton Court Estate. You'll need to use the below google pin to find the correct show entrance for DogFest. Please also follow the AA and directional signs.

Ashton Court, Long Ashton, Bristol, BS41 9JN

Visitors to Ashton Court Estate can enjoy magnificent old oak trees and see the deer graze in an area that first became a deer park over 600 years ago. Once the stately home of the Smyth Family, the entire Ashton Court Estate covers 850 acres of beautiful woods and grasslands which were originally shaped by renowned 18th Century landscape designer Humphry Repton. 

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If you are driving to DogFest you must buy a car parking pass for £7.50. These will now only be available to buy online. One parking pass is required per vehicle. Your car parking pass will be emailed to you in advance and scanned upon entry to the DogFest car park.

Please follow the DogFest directional signage. The event starts at 9.30 am and closes at 5.00 pm.  The car parks will be open from 8.30 am and close at 6.00 pm. 

Please bear in mind that all parking is on grass and can be uneven so appropriate footwear is advised. Overnight parking/camping will not be permitted in any car park.

By Public Transport

By Train:

Travelling by train to the Ashton Court is super-simple. The nearest railway station to the Ashton Court is Parson Street, which is served by GWR services throughout the day. It's 38 minutes to the Ashton Court on foot. Simply walk north of the station onto Ashton Court Estate.

By Bus:

The nearest bus stops to Ashton Court Estate in Bristol, City Of is Clanage Road, Bower Ashton. It's a 5 min walk away. 



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