Wild Place Project is part of the Bristol Zoological Society, which also runs Bristol Zoo Gardens. Home to a range of wild animals such as cheetahs, meerkats, lemurs, and wolves, at the Wild Place Project, visitors can enjoy a range of fun and educational experiences. Meet big cats and a range of other animals, get up close and personal with daily animal talks and exclusive animal experiences. Wild Place Project is also the perfect location to celebrate a little animal lover's birthday, with three different birthday party options to choose from including party packs, games, food and drink, and much more.
Throughout the park, there are various events held over the course of the year, for example, ‘Go Wild in the Woods’ where visitors can discover the on-site woodland, or discover 'The Wind in the Willows' where families can join the family adventure with Mole, Ratty, Toad and Badger. Wild Place Project is committed to improving conservation education around the world, and always welcomes schools and other educational visits. With fun and hands-on education sessions that are designed to fit in with the National Curriculum - you'll be sure to leave this wildlife paradise with a few extra animal facts too!
- Return to the top of this page and select the Wild Place Project voucher that you’d like to use. When you click on it, you will be given a link to the website and a unique voucher code to copy in some cases
- Click through to the website and click ‘Buy Tickets’
- Select your visiting date and admission type then click ‘Add to basket’
- Discounts will show in your shopping basket and you can enter a code if needed in the box provided
- Click ‘Apply’ and ‘Checkout’ to continue and complete your transaction.
- If purchasing your tickets on arrival, present the cashier at the box office with your vouchercloud code.
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When does Wild Place Project Open?
Wild Place Project is open from 10am-4am daily. They are open all year round, except for on Christmas Day when they are closed. The last entry to Wild Place Project is an hour before closing time.
How do I get to Wild Place Project?
It can be found off junction 17 on the M5 in South Gloucestershire, visit the Find Us page for more information.
Which facilities are available?
Wild Place Project provide a range of facilities to ensure that you have a safe and comfortable visit, including free parking, buggy parking spaces, and a gift shop. You can also find hot and cold drinks, pastries and sandwiches at the Courtyard Café.
Are there annual passes available for Wild Place Project?
If you think that Wild Place Project is somewhere that you’d like to visit again and again, you can save money with an Annual Pass. From as little as £18, you can visit Wild Place Project as many times as you’d like throughout the year, giving you the freedom to come back as often or as little as you’d like. You can purchase an Annual Pass online.
You should receive an email confirmation of your ticket booking.
Call: 0117 980 7175
Write to: Wild Place Project, Blackhorse Hill, Bristol, BS10 7TP.
Open 10am - 4pm daily.
Closed on Christmas Day.