Noah's Ark Zoo Farm

Type:Animal Collection

Clevedon Road, Wraxall, Bristol, Somerset, BS48 1PG

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Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm is the home of the big zoo animals including African Elephants, White Rhino, Giraffes, Lions, Tigers and Bears. You’ll be amazed at the variety of nature you’ll see within the biggest zoo in the South West.

The zoo has recently launched its ‘Ark for All’ Project opened by Paralympian Andy Lewis. This includes a new accessible play area complete with a wheelchair accessible roundabout and basket swings. The zoo also opened a Changing Places toilet with hoist and changing bed. Noah’s Ark have worked closely with the National Autistic Society after schools club Bristol as well as local special seeds schools to create autism-friendly signage around the zoo that is accessible for all visitors regardless of age or ability.

Noah’s Ark have partnered with Bristol’s Mobility Centre to offer their visitors free wheelchairs to use around the zoo. Or you can hire a mobility scooter for a small hire just of just £10. This cost helps with the upkeep of the scooters.

On a sunny day attempt to conquer the UKs largest hedge maze and cool down afterwards with an ice cream from the Food Barn. Or during cold or wet weather you can also enjoy their large warm undercover play barns and eating areas. Bring the family along today to Bristol’s award-winning ‘all day, all weather’ attraction and explore 15 exciting adventure play areas, an indoor Animal Village and covered Animal Show Pens. Don’t forget to check out their What’s On page to find out the latest exciting animal and conservation events.

Noah’s Ark offers incredible up-close and hands-on experiences with an amazing variety of animals. Watch in awe at the Tigers being fed during the ‘Big Cat Talk’ and their daily Birds of Prey flight display. Meet the Giraffe family and brother Bears during the behind-the-scenes daily encounters. Enjoy a larger than life experience at their impressive 20 acre ‘Elephant Eden’ – the UKs largest elephant habitat, with 3 large bull Elephants. Families can get within a trunks length of nature’s biggest land mammal, take part in the daily Elephant keeper talk and learn about the importance of conservation. For an even closer experience check out the zoo’s hands-on Keeper Experiences and Encounters which take you behind the scenes to find out what it’s like to be a zoo keeper.

Do you have an exciting Birthday coming up in the family? No need to worry as Noah’s Ark can provide a full day of fun and excitement with Party Food for your little ones. Prices start at £175 for 10 children, call the team for more information and to book.

For a fantastic family day out, walk beside natures giants at Noah’s Ark this season!



  • Accessible to Wheelchair Users
  • All Areas Accessible to Disabled Visitors
  • Disabled Accessibility
  • Facilities for hearing impaired
  • Facilities for Hearing Impaired Visitors
  • Facilities for the Disabled
  • Facility for service dogs
  • Guide Dogs Permitted
  • Parking Areas for Disabled Visitors
  • Toilets for Disabled Visitors

Map & Directions

Road Directions

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 20

Follow the brown tourist signs from the motorway up Tickenham Hill to Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm along the Clevedon Road, B3128.

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.

Public Transport Directions

By Bus:

From Bristol Temple Meads train station

You may also catch the Number 8 or 9 bus from the train station to the Bristol Bus & Coach station in the city. If you use First Bus, the day rider ticket is around £4 and Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm is the last stop within the Inner Zone.

From Bristol Bus Station

The X6 bus from Bristol Bus Station to Clevedon stops at the Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm gate. If you use First Bus, the day rider ticket is around £4 and Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm is the last stop within the Inner Zone. The X6 now runs on Bank Holidays.

Opening Times

Season (1 Jan 2019 - 31 Dec 2019)
Monday - Saturday10:30 - 17:00

* The zoo is open all year round Monday to Saturday. Except for a short break over Christmas.

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