Noah's Ark Zoo Farm is a family-owned zoo set on a working farm in 100 acres of beautiful, peaceful North Somerset countryside located just 6 miles to the south of Bristol. The zoo has an exciting, large animal collection of over one hundred species which includes African elephants, giraffes, lions, a tiger, rhinos and spectacled bears.
Noah’s Ark is delighted to be reopening to the public from Tuesday 23 June 2020. To protect visitors, staff and animals, they have made some changes to assist with social distancing, which is listed in full on their website.
- Timed entry tickets must be purchased online prior to your visit
- Members must book a free timed-entry ticket online prior to arrival
- Limited visitors on site to assist with social distancing
- Additional toilets and handwashing stations
- Card payment only at food kiosks and shop
- Indoor play facilities are not currently open
- We have additional covered outdoor areas
- Indoor animal enclosures are currently closed
- Disabled priority entrance to avoid the queue system
- A reduced timetable of Interactive Keeper Talks
For more information please visit their website.
Where is Noah's Ark Zoo Farm located?
The zoo is located 6 miles from Bristol in a small village called Wraxall, it is easy to find by following the signs on the M5.
Details on what activities are available at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm?
Come to the zoo for a great day where you can learn all about the animals in the Daily Keeper Talks, you can meet the animals with the feeding encounters or meet the farm animals with animal handling.
Things to do in the local area?
Nearby, there are loads of places for a lovely walk in nature of visit Tyntesfield or Ashton Court Estate as well as lots of food and drink places to visit.