Bristol Zoo Gardens, Bristol
Bristol Zoo Gardens, Bristol - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Clifton, Bristol BS8 3HA, United Kingdom
Ticket Price: 13 GBP
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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About Bristol Zoo Gardens, Bristol
This is the 5th oldest zoo in the world and is open in summer. It is also the oldest zoo outside the capital city. It was awarded the zoo of the year award in 2004 by Good Britain Guide.
Bristol Zoo Gardens Information
- Don’t feed animals without permission.
Bristol Zoo Gardens Ticket Prices
- Child Day Admission 8.50 British Pounds
- Disabled Child Day Admission 6.59 Pounds
How To reach Bristol Zoo Gardens by Public Transport
- Buses are available adjacent Bristol Zoo and bus 9, 505 , 901 can be taken.
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Great day out at Bristol Zoo. The Gorilla are my favourite and they display well every time i have visited. The lions just pace constantly around the enclosure. Would have given 5 stars but i think the lions need more room. Zoos with larger enclosures the lions seem more settled and relaxed. Being one of their main attractions i think better enclosure is a must. As with most zoos food and drink is too expensive take your own.
Lovely family day out. You can get really up close with the animals and the staff are all on hand to answer any questions. Feeding the birds is a wonderful experience for all ages and the butterfly house is also a hit. Never had an issue with parking although the car park is pretty small. We always take our own food but there are facilities there in which to purchase but as with all places, expect to pay for this. All in all, a lovely day out.
Went to visit the zoo with the family and happy that we didn't pay full price as we were slightly disappointed. I thought the zoo would have been bigger. Some very interesting animals and great to see the giant tortoises as well as the lions. There is plenty to do and look at and some great experiences to be had. The kids had a great time but we all wished that there would be more. The lions looked as if they needed a greater enclosure as one just lay there whilst the other was pacing around in a small circle. The same seemed to be with the sea lions who kept going round in small circles which was a bit worrying. Parking costs £3 and you can find a place not far from the entrance so you don't have to walk too far. Food is overpriced and the coffee is weak but warm should it be cold outside. There is a playground where the kids can play and the parents can sit and relax. All in all it's ok I would say but wish it where bigger. On the positive side they have made great use of the limited space that this zoo offers.
Love it. Loads to do. Not a cheap day if you're not a member and can get busy when the weather is nice but as it quite spread out you don't feel like you're tripping over other people. Membership is a great option if you're likely to visit a few times a year. The restaurant isn't great for families in my opinion as it's more if a sit down and order place now. Personally I think it was more family friendly as a canteen but the zoo as a whole is still a great place that we visit frequently.
Had our Xmas party here and it was quite enjoyable. The food was decent and the alcohol selection ok, the only downside was the price of it. We did get access to the Zoo after the meal. This was a nice bonus, however Bristol Zoo isn't as big as when I was a kid. Overall a decent venue but could have been better for the money.