Before Noah’s Ark Farm Zoo, the area was a dairy farm where Anthony and Christina Bush operated a dairy farm and raised their family for over 35 years. Now it is one of the top tourist attractions in the South West with over 170,000 visitors a year and membership associations with the Somerset Tourism Association, Destination and Visit England. Converted into a Zoo in 1998, the enclosure was mainly occupied by farm animals, rabbits, and a small number of exotic animals like llamas. But when the world’s longest hedge (‘the Monster Maze’) was planted in 2003, there was no turning back, and so there were rhinos, giraffes and Tapirs entering the zoo.
Just as the biblical Noah sought to preserve nature in his boat, Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm. In 2017 they made a commitment to renewable energy, built on a project to begin investing in clean energy in 2007. With in-house wind turbines, biomass boilers and solar panels on the roofs to contribute to as clean energy as possible.
- Select your deal from the Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm website and copy the code
- Print off the code or write it down so that you can use it in-store
- If there is no code, then browse the Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm website for your tickets
- Add your automatically discounted tickets to the basket, and be sure to click the green ‘ok’ button
Be sure to check out the family ticket prices to get the best deal on group entry
Does Noah's Ark Zoo Farm have any age restrictions?
Children under 16 are not allowed to enter without an overage guardian.
Are there parking facilities at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm?
Yes, there is free parking available for cars and coaches.
Will Noah's Ark Zoo Farm close if there's bad weather?
No, they will always stick to their season times.
Noah's Ark Zoo Farm
Tel: 01275 852 606
January opening times Monday - Saturday, 10.30am- 4pm.
February - November opening times, Monday - Saturday, 10.30am- 5pm
Open all Bank Holidays including Good Friday and Bank Holiday Mondays, 10:30am - 5pm
Closed on Sundays.