The Matthew is served by all buses that run to the City Centre.
You can take the M2 Metrobus to the Wapping Wharf stop. It's then just a 2–3-minute walk to The Matthew! The M2 runs every 10-15 minutes from Long Ashton Park & Ride to the City Centre via Ashton Vale, Ashton Gate, Cumberland Basin, Spike Island, Redcliff Hill, Temple Meads, Cabot Circus and Broadmead. The Park & Ride is open from 5.30am Monday to Saturday (closed Sundays and public holidays).
Alternatively, use the Portway Park & Ride and get a bus to the Centre (St. Augustine's Parade stop), about a 15-minute walk from The Matthew. It is open from 6am Monday to Saturday and 9am on Sundays and public holidays.
You can also visit via the Bristol Insight open-top bus tour – use stop no. 4 SS Great Britain, which is a 5–10 minute walk away.
Get here by boat
Catch a ferry to either the SS Great Britain or Bristol City Centre.
Get here by train
Bristol Temple Meads is a 20-minute walk from The Matthew, or you can catch the number 8 or 9 bus from the station which will drop you in the City Centre.
Get here by bike
There are bike racks by the back entrance of M Shed which also links to the cycle track.
There is a tyre pump at the end of M Shed on Wapping Road.
Please note there is no cycle access on the dockside directly to The Matthew.
Get here by car
The nearest car park is at Wapping Wharf, a 2-3 minute walk from the ship.
You may also be able to park at Museum Street, near Brunel's Buttery (BS1 6UD).