Noah's Ark Zoo Farm Clevedon Road, Wraxall, Bristol, BS48 1PG
Visit Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm in Bristol to meet over 100 species of animals, including all the big zoo favourites like lions, bears, elephants, and giraffes. It is safe to say that your children will be entertained for hours with the 15 thrilling adventure play areas, an indoor animal village, and the largest hedge maze in the UK. You can even purchase a bag of animal food to feed some of the animals.
You can see bears, zebras, rhinos, elephants, and giraffes on a special zoo adventure. You can take part in the Elephant Talk to learn about the importance of conservation and to see the elephants being fed while the talk is taking place at the impressive 20-acre Elephant Eden.
Want to get up close and personal with some incredible animals? Take part in a unique, unforgettable keeper experience guided by knowledgeable keepers. Noah’s Ark currently has three opportunities for you to interact with some of your favourite animals, including African elephants and rhinos.
Animal encounters are also offered at the zoo; you can choose from encounters with lions, bears, or tortoises, and at each one you’ll get a close-up introduction as well as information about their habits and diet. You will also be able to assist in feeding them, at a safe distance, of course.
February – November
Monday – Sunday, 10.30am- 5pm. Open on bank holidays.
December & January
Monday – Sunday, 10.30am- 4pm.
Food and drink:
Visitors can purchase food on site or bring a picnic.
Are dogs Allowed?:
Guide dogs are welcome.
The Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm is working hard to make access available to all. it is based on a working farm, and most of it is accessible by wheelchair,
Wheelchairs available to use for free and mobility scooters are available to hire for £10
Disabled parking spaces beside the main entrance, reserved for blue badge holders.
See website for more information.
Free parking on site for cars and coaches.
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