Zoo and Wildlife Parks in Bristol
Bristol has a wide selection of things to do and get up close with animals, wildlife and get back to nature.
Bristol's animal attractions are world-class, and you can meet animals from all over the world including elephants, gorillas, sharks, lions and cheetahs.
No visit to Bristol would be complete without a trip to Bristol Zoo Gardens, the fifth oldest zoo in the world. Bristol Zoo is set within 12 acres of beautiful gardens and you can see over 400 species of exotic and endangered animals.
Wild Place Project is Bristol’s newest animal attraction and is home to a pack of wolves, a lemur experience plus cheetahs and wallabies.
There’s also a whole underwater world to discover at Bristol Aquarium, where you’ll venture under water and meet rays, turtles, tiny seahorses and sharks!
Wild Place Project is a fun, family attraction that provides outdoor adventure, play and learning. Visitors to Wild Place Project can meet amazing animals from across the world from the mischievous lemurs of Madagascar to the striking grey wolves of Europe.
Bristol Aquarium in Bristol's historic Harbourside area takes you and your family and friends on a spectacular undersea safari.
Noah’s Ark is a unique hands-on zoo and working farm founded by Anthony and Christina Bush. We are located just outside Bristol and set in over 100 acres of beautiful countryside. What started as a Farm Centre with farm animals, rabbits and guinea pigs and a small number of exotics like wallabies, has grown to become the largest zoo in the South-West welcoming over 200,000 visitors a year.
Bristol Zoo Gardens is the fifth oldest zoo in the world. We opened our doors to the public on Monday 11th July 1836 and since then we have welcomed over 90 million guests to our Zoo. We have helped save over 175 species from extinction in human care and in the wild.