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Our Learning
Centre

“Live as if you were to
die tomorrow. Learn as if
you were to live forever.”
Gandhi

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Our Learning Centre

Our Learning Centre, at Armada House, is a delightful Grade II listed Edwardian building designed in 1903 by architect Henry Williams for the Board of the Bristol Water Company and is in the centre of the historic maritime City of Bristol. Named as the best city in the UK to live in by the Sunday Times, Bristol has a thriving business community of corporate and start-up businesses, fantastic restaurants and is a centre of excellence for learning.

Please click HERE for a downloadable map of Bristol City Centre and surrounding areas.

Facilities

With easy access from Bristol Temple Meads station our unique Learning Centre is spacious, comfortable and inspiring. Armada House provides professional training facilities in impressive surroundings.

Refreshments are available throughout the day and we source our amazing filter coffee from the award winning Brian Wogan coffee company, based locally in Bristol.

During your time with us our team can advise you on how to enjoy our wonderful city.

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How to find us

Bristol Management Centre
Armada House
Telephone Avenue
Bristol
BS1 4BQ
United Kingdom

Tel: 0117 949 1500
Fax: 0117 975 3663
Email: enquiries@bmc.ac.uk

By train

Bristol Temple Meads train station is only a short distance away. Buses and taxis to the City Centre or Baldwin Street are frequently available, although when weather permits it is a pleasant walk of approximately 20 minutes. The most direct route on foot is to turn right at the end of the station approach, then walk about 50 metres. Just before the roundabout, cross the road using the pedestrian crossing. You will then see a second pedestrian crossing which you should also cross. Turn right. Stay on the pavement and this will take you off at the next exit from the roundabout into Victoria Street. Walk the length of Victoria Street and over Bristol Bridge, which crosses the river. Turn left into Baldwin Street. Continue past the first left turn (Queen Charlotte Street). The next left turn after Queen Charlotte Street is a pedestrianised cobbled street called Telephone Avenue. Armada House is the last building on the right.

Where to park

There are long-term Pay & Display car parks in The Grove and Canon’s Marsh and NCP car parks in Prince Street and in Queen Charlotte Street. Most of the larger hotels in the area have on-site parking or arrangements with car park operators. These are usually charged over and above nightly rates but not always. There are also Park & Ride facilities located at Long Ashton, Brislington and the Portway (Avonmouth).