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Noahs Ark Zoo Farm

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Address
Noahs Ark Zoo Farm
Clevedon Road
Wraxall
Bristol
Avon
BS48 1PG
England
Telephone (01275) 852606
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Award-winning zoo park, the South West's top hands-on animal experience

Located on Bristol’s rural fringe, Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm has everything from rhinos to rheas, giraffes to gibbons – all in 100 acres of rolling hills and spectacular views.

We’re also now home to the largest African elephant habitat in northern Europe – Elephant Eden. New for Easter 2016, our Andean Adventure welcomes Spectacled bears to the zoo.

Visitors can wander past the zebra, marvel at the tigers, take a tractor ride and watch hawks in a free flight display, rounding off the day with a relaxing coffee in our Café while the children explore 12 exciting play areas.

Daily events include the popular interactive ‘Animal Show’ and Big Cat Talk. We offer nationally recognised educational school workshops for a fun and engaging learning experience.

At Noah’s Ark we realise the importance of acting now for a sustainable future in the tourism industry and have invested significantly in green innovation to improve our energy efficiency and waste management. We are very proud to have now achieved the Gold award in recognition of these efforts.

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Directions

We are located just 6 miles from the centre of Bristol and only minutes from the M5 motorway Junction 19 or 20, a short trip from South Wales.

From Bristol City centre

Travel out through Hotwells on the A4 through the Cumberland Basin over the bridge onto the A370 and follow the brown tourist signs to Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm.

From Clifton & Redland

Use the Clifton Suspension bridge and turn left onto the B3129 Beggar Bush Lane following the brown tourist signs.
From M5 Junction 19

Use the A369 main road to Bristol. At the major set of traffic lights turn right onto B3129 Beggar Bush Lane (following the brown tourist signs), at the end of the road turn right onto the B3128. Noah’s Ark is five minutes on the right hand side, past the National Trust estate Tyntesfield.

From Bristol Bus Station

The X6 and X8 bus from Bristol Bus Station to Clevedon stops at the Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm gate.

From Bristol Temple Meads train station

Get a train to Backwell/Nailsea and then take a short bus or taxi ride to the zoo.

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