Bristol Zoo Gardens, Bristol
About 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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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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Had a really enjoyable day. Much better than expected. Booked on-line so paid £30 for 2 adults and 2 children. Think it's definitely worth that as we were there for the day. Not much food choice that was the only let down. Had to pay £3 for car park which was unexpected.
Love the Zoo, great for the kids, best advice though is to bite the bullet and buy a season ticket (family) and then go there 2-3 times in the year to get your moneys worth. Fantastic full day out or even just for taking a picnic and sitting on the grass, having a coffee or ice cream and going again. Well worth the investment for a young family.
Excellent place for an outing with children. Probably more attractive for children up to teens. Limited choice of places to eat. Excellent activity area for younger children. High wire course for older. Much variety of animals. Grounds very well looked after
Great zoo. Smaller than many but features a range of animals, birds and insects including Asiatic lions and gorillas. Animals seem very happy with the lions being the most active and behaving the most catlike that I've seen. Watch out for the talks / feeding times to see more of the animals. Restaurant does great food (although had some staffing issues when I visited - hopefully a one-off)
The zoo is nice and clean and staff are friendly. Parking could pose a problem on busy days. At the moment they have dinosaurs, not many though. So for my son that was the main attraction, which makes it just about value for money. Without the the dinosaurs and just the zoo, it is not worth paying £18 per adult and £14 per child. The zoo has has small range of animals, they don't have the popular animals such as elephants and giraffes. Although, they do have lions and gorillas that you can see very close up. The sea lions and penguins sections are very good and this and the lions were my son's highlight of the day out along with the dinosaurs. They also do live shows with commentary from expert zoo keepers, which is good, however, it can get overcrowded at busy times. The zoo has a nice restaurant, which serves food for lunch and also serves tea and coffee and a selection of cakes, which are average prices compared to other high street coffee shops.
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