The UK’s second-ever Andean twin bear cubs recently took their very first steps out into their expanded nursery.
Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm is delighted to have become only the second zoo that is an ‘Approved Associate’ of the Rare Breeds Survival Trust (RBST).
Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm has won the silver award for Large Visitor Attraction of the year
We are delighted to announce that we have been nominated in the Large Visitor Attraction of the Year category for the South West Tourism Awards.
The bear cubs are only the second set of Andean bear twins ever to be born in Britain.
Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm is the proud winner of three prestigious awards including Large Visitor Attraction of the year award and the overall Winner of Winners award from the Bristol, Bath and Somerset Tourism Awards.
We have been shortlisted for a prestigious tourism award and nominated for an Unsung Hero award.
Big zoo animals and staff alike are delighted to be met with huge number of donated Christmas trees.
Keepers have given huge Christmas crackers and presents to the big zoo animals just in time for Christmas.
The zoo and North Somerset Council are joining forces again in 2022 with the aim of growing the Christmas Tree recycling program into the biggest year yet.
Real hoot of a success with over one hundred Somerset nest boxes!
The zoo’s pygmy goats don leads as Keepers take the boisterous herd to paddocks around the zoo.
Festive Reindeer cheer arrives with Christmas at Noah’s Ark.
Pumpkin treats have been given to elephants, giant tortoises, rhino and tapirs to squash, chomp and chew
A stretch of Somerset’s pylons are coming down within Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm.
We celebrated World Rhino Day with a special weekend of awareness about Rhinoceros
Pumpkins grown from elephant poo, pick your own pumpkin & a pumpkin trail!
Fluffy Highland calf is born for first time in 5 years at Noah’s Ark
Kate Bottley visited the zoo in late-July along with a TV crew to film an episode of Songs of Praise.
When visitors feedback suggestions for improvements we listen!
Tree-mendous relaunch for Britain’s Longest & Wildest Hedge Maze
A heatwave has hit, so we have found exciting ways to cool down our animals
It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of M'Changa
Giant Top Trumps is coming to Noah's Ark from 29th May 2021!
We are the proud winner of three Regional South West Tourism Awards!
Noah's Ark is always striving to become more sustainable!
We have won 3 prestigious Tourism Awards
North Somerset Council assist with chipping excess Christmas trees for use around the zoo
During the latest lockdown, the zoo has been busy planting trees.
Missing a limb doesn't mean this Meerkat is missing out!