FriendsFest is coming to a venue near Gloucestershire

Oh. My. God! FriendsFest is coming to a venue near Gloucestershire, giving fans of the TV show the chance to experience the sets, including Monica’s apartment, Ross’s home and the famous coffee house. Pivot to Bristol in 2021.

Coming to Bristol from Friday 16 to Sunday 25 July 2021, FriendsFest gives avid Friends fans the chance to see and take snaps on the famous television sets, from Monica’s purple apartment to the Central Perk coffee house.

Bringing all the classic scenes of Friends to life at Blaise Castle Estate, fans can ‘pivot’ a couch up the stairs to Ross’s apartment, re-enact the opening titles, and play a game of fussball at Joey and Chandler’s home. Plus, new for 2021 ride the porcelain dog.

Visitors can also see exclusive memorabilia from the show, watch episodes at the outdoor cinema, grab a bite to eat at themed food stands and buy Friends merchandise to take home.

Tickets to FriendsFest in Bristol cost £26.50 per person from Mondays to Thursdays and £31.50 per person from Fridays to Sundays. To book tickets, visit

© SoGlos
Saturday 01 August 2020

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