PETS will be held at the University of Bristol, Clifton (main) Campus, Bristol, BS8 1TU.

All of the main PETS sessions will be held at the Priory Road Complex. Plenary sessions will be in the main Priory Road Lecture Theatre and paper sessions will be spread across the main lecture theatre and the Tress and Banton lecture theatres.

The main entrance is located at the top of Priory Road near the intersection with Woodland Road, next to the School of Psychological Science building.

Lunches, breaks, and one of the Monday workshops will happen at the School of Humanities building.

Registration/check-in is in the Humanities Foyer.

Google map that includes the Priory Road complex and the School of Humanities building

Getting to the venue

By Train: Bristol Temple Meads is the closest main train station, 1.5 miles and a 35-minute walk away from the venue. Alternatively, you can use local buses or an e-scooter to transport you to the venue.

By Local Bus: Services 3 and 4 run from the city centre. Alight at Belgrave Road.

Services 1, 2, 2a, 8 and 72 all run from Bristol Temple Meads close to the Priory Road Complex:

By E-scooter: Tier e-scooters operate in the Bristol area and are a great way to get around the city. There are multiple parking spots located on nearby Tyndalls Park Road. You will need the app on your phone and a driving licence to use them: TIER e-scooters

By Bike: There are racks available for locking up your bike outside the rear entrance to the Priory Road Complex located on Woodland Road.

By Taxi: V Cars: +44 (0)117 925 2626

Car Parking: There is no parking available at the Priory Road Complex. Street parking is a mixture of permit only (Monday to Friday) and pay and display bays which allow parking up to 3 hours parking. There is also a long stay NCP car park nearby on Jacobs Wells Road, BS8 1EH. For more information please visit:

To find your nearest electric car charging facilities, please visit:

Park & Ride: Park and Ride services allow you to park without difficulty on the outskirts of the city. A bus transports you to the city centre. For further information please visit: