Zoo's wildlife etc in Bristol
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Clevedon Road, Wraxall, Bristol, North Somerset, BS48 1PG
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For a truly wild day out, why not leave the confines of the city and join in the fun at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm?

Located just six miles from Bristol, Noah's Ark has everything from rhinos to rabbits, giraffes to gibbons - all on 100 acres of rolling hills and spectacular views. Wander past the zebras, stalk the tigers, take a tractor ride, then watch the hawks in a free flight display.

Elephant Eden, new Elephant house opens September.

Round off the day with a relaxing cup of coffee while the children explore 9 different indoor and outdoor play areas.

Look out for events this year including Easter Celebrations. Daily events include Animal Shows, Bottle feeding of lambs, Reptile Experience and Keeper Talks. Onsite free parking, Café and Shop.
Tel: 01275 852606
E-mail: info@noahsarkzoofarm.co.uk
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Bristol Zoo Gardens

Clifton, Bristol BS8 3HA
Tel: 0117 974 7399    Fax: 0117 973 6814
E-mail: information@bristolzoo.org.uk    Web: www.bristolzoo.org.uk

Awarded Zoo of the Year in 2004, Bristol Zoo Gardens is a registered charity, maintaining and defending biodiversity through breeding endangered species, conserving threatened species and habitats and promoting a wider understanding of the natural world.

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Staunton Manor Farm, Staunton Lane, Whitchurch, Bristol, BS14 0QJ
Tel: 01275 540173    Fax: 01275 540119
Web: www.horseworld.org.uk

HorseWorld’s Visitor Centre supports the work of The Friends of Bristol Horses Society; a charity caring for horses, ponies and donkeys in need. The family can enjoy a day out at the visitor centre.  Activities include; pony rides, tractor tours and “touch and groom” areas, and pet the farm animals. There's indoor and outdoor play areas, a regular programme of presentations and activities. Whilst the children have fun on the indoor slides or in the Straw Den, parents can relax in the tea room or browse our shop.

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