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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.
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.
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.
Use the Clifton Suspension bridge and turn left onto the B3129 Beggar Bush Lane following the brown tourist signs.
Follow the brown tourist signs from the motorway up Tickenham Hill to Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm along the Clevedon Road, B3128.
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.
What are your opening times?
We are open all year round (closed Sundays and a short break over Christmas).
January and December : Monday - Saturday, 10.30am- 4pm.
February - November : Monday - Saturday, 10.30am- 5pm.
Are you closed on Sundays?
Yes, we are closed on Sundays as our staff and animals need a rest day too!
Are children under 17 allowed entry without a parent/ guardian?
Children of 16 years or younger will not be admitted to the park without supervision by a guardian of 17 years or older. Visitors aged 17 years + may enter the park unaccompanied.
What animals do you have?
We have over 100 species of animal here at Noah's Ark. You can find out more about them all in our Amazing Animals A-Z guide.
Do you offer reduced admission price after a certain time?
Yes, we offer a £10 per person rate after 3:30pm February-November or after 2.30pm in December and January.
Do you allow dogs and other pets to come to the zoo?
We only allow assistance dogs to come to the zoo. No other dogs are permitted. Please do not leave dogs in the car, dogs left in hot cars will be reported to the police.
Is there free parking?
Yes, we offer free parking for cars and coaches and have disabled parking spaces beside the main entrance, reserved for blue badge holders.
Does your cafe have a telephone number?
You can ring the Zoo phone on 01275 852606 and follow the instructions to reach the cafe.
Is the zoo suitable for wheelchairs?
Most of the zoo is wheelchair accessible. We are a working farm so there is some rough terrain but we have been awarded Access for All at the Bristol Tourism and Hospitality Awards 2012.
Do you open in bad weather?
Yes, we will always keep to our season opening times.
Do you offer work experience and volunteer placements?
Do you have any job opportunities available?
All jobs are posted on our website, please check the job section. Unfortunately we cannot file CV's so please only apply when a job is advertised.
Do you offer donation tickets for charities?
Due to the rising charge for posting we are only able to offer donations to those who send a covering letter and stamped addressed envelope to 'Donation Requests' Noah's Ark Zoo Farm, Clevedon Road, Wraxall, BS48 1PG.
Can I hire a wheelchair?
Yes we have wheelchairs available to hire. If you would like to hire one please email with the date you would like visit firstname.lastname@example.org