Located in Bristol in the UK, Bristol Zoo Gardens is one of the main attractions run by the Bristol Zoological Society, an education and conservation charity which also runs the Wild Place Project. Together with the zoo, the society works to save wildlife through conservation science research, working to educate communities and individuals, and educating the ‘wildlife warriors’ of tomorrow at the zoo whilst providing families with a fun day out.
The fifth oldest zoo in the world, Bristol Zoo Gardens has been home to a variety of wild animals since 1836. Today, visitors can meet a huge range of jungle favourites, including lions, tigers, gorillas, pandas, meerkats, armadillos, monkeys, penguins, lemurs, crocodiles, hippos, sloths, and wallabies to name just a few!
Along with the animals, visitors can also wonder at the range of fish available to see at the Aquarium, and the seal and penguin coasts, an iconic part of Bristol Zoo Gardens, is home to a family of African penguins and South American fur seals. When you visit with your Bristol Zoo Gardens vouchers, you can also access the fun ‘ZooRopia’ area, an adventure rope course that gives visitors a unique opportunity to swing in the trees alongside some of the gibbons, lemurs and even gorillas at the zoo!
- Scroll back to the top of this page and choose the discount voucher that you’d like to use on your visit to Bristol Zoo Gardens. Click on the deal to reveal your voucher code. If no code is needed, you will be provided with a link to the site.
- If you’ve been given a code, print it if you’ve been advised to. If not, save it on your smartphone
- You can save money by booking your tickets to the zoo online. Enter your discount code at the checkout to save even more
- If you’re going to purchase tickets when you arrive, let the box office cashier know that you’ll be using a voucher.
If you want to save as much as possible on your tickets to Bristol Zoo Gardens, then make sure that you book online. Their flexible online booking system allows you to choose the days that you’d like to visit at the prices that suit you best, and then reserve the booking at your chosen price. When booking online, be aware that your payment also includes a 10% donation to the Bristol Zoological Society.
When does Bristol Zoo Gardens Open?
Bristol Zoo Gardens are open every day of the year from 9am-5pm except for Christmas Day. Last entry to the zoo is at 4pm, and the animal houses close an hour before the zoo.
Which Facilities are Available?
Bristol Zoo Gardens provide a wide range of facilities to ensure that you and your family have a comfortable and pleasant visit. You can find dedicated baby care rooms, first aid, and lost property facilities available. Click here for a full list.
Does Bristol Zoo offer free entry for kids?
Children under 2 years of age can visit the zoo free of charge
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Open every day from 9am - 5pm.
Last entry is 4pm, and the animal houses close half an hour before closing time.
Bristol Zoo Gardens is closed on Christmas Day.