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How to find us

Address, Email & Telephone
Noah's Ark Zoo Farm
Clevedon Road
BS48 1PG


Tel: 01275 852606
From Bristol Temple Meads train station

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, Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm is the last stop within the Inner Zone.

From Bristol Bus Station

The X6 bus from Bristol Bus Station to Clevedon stops at the Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm gate. If you use First Bus, Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm is the last stop within the Inner Zone. The X6 bus does not run on Sundays or Bank Holidays, please check First Bus website for up-to-date timetables to plan your route

From Bristol City centre

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.

From Clifton & Redland

Use the Clifton Suspension bridge and turn left onto the B3129 Beggar Bush Lane following the brown tourist signs.

From M5 Junction 20

Follow the brown tourist signs from the motorway up Tickenham Hill to Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm along the Clevedon Road, B3128.

From M5 Junction 19

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.

We now offer an exclusive 10% off day tickets at the ticket office with a valid Blue Light/NHS Staff Card/Military ID Card. Please note we no longer offer an online discount for Blue light card holders. 

Terms and conditions: Discount is only available with day tickets purchased at the ticket office. Visitors using the discount must present a valid Blue Light Card at ticket office on arrival. Discount is only available against full price day tickets. Noah's Ark Zoo Farm reserves the right to remove this offer without warning.

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We are open all year round 7 days a week. We are closed for short break over Christmas.

February - November : Monday - Sunday, 10.30am- 5pm.

December and January : Monday - Sunday, 10.30am- 4pm.


Did you know that Noah’s Ark Zoo is now a charity?

When you visit Noah’s Ark, you are not only immersing yourself in the world of animals, but you are also helping to protect them and their habitats – both locally and around the world.

As a charity, we rely on visitors and donations to continue our vital work.

Adding a 10% donation to your ticket price will support our vital conservation and education work, as well as maintaining Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm as a place of joy, wonder adventure, and refreshment for generations to come.

AND when you donate, your entire transaction becomes eligible for gift aid*, meaning we can claim an extra 25% on the entire transaction, at no additional cost to you.

Together, we can make a difference for the future of our planet and its wildlife. *If you are a UK taxpayer


No, you do not have to pay Gift Aid. You can opt out of paying Gift Aid when choosing your tickets.


Visitors aged under 16 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.


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.

Animals A-Z


No, the X6 bus runs Monday to Saturday. Please use the link below to plan your bus. 

First Bus website


Yes we have wheelchairs available to hire. If you would like to hire one, please email with the date you would like visit


Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm receives an overwhelming number of donations requests each month from a great number of worthy causes; therefore we have to carefully monitor the number of free entry tickets that are issued to organisations for fundraising events. As a major visitor attraction situated near Bristol, we want to support our local community as much as possible. As a result, tickets will be prioritised to either registered charities or to schools and community groups in the BS, BA, NP, GL, TA and CF postcodes.

Due to the rising postal charges and the huge demand for donations, we ask if you could please send a brief covering letter together with a stamped addressed envelope headed 'Donation Requests'. Unfortunately, we will not be able to send any donations without a stamped addressed envelope.

Only one set of tickets will be allocated to successful organisations in any twelve-month period. All applications will be considered using the above criteria by the last Friday of every month. Successful requests will be sent back by post at the beginning of each month.


All jobs are posted on our website. Unfortunately we cannot file CV's so please only apply when a job is advertised.



Yes, we will always keep to our season opening times. In the event of severe snow please call us on 01275 852606 to check if we are open. If the weather is particularly bad on the day you plan to visit, please ring us and we will change the date of your ticket.

Opening Times


We are working to ensure access for everyone and although Noah's Ark is built on a working farm, most areas are wheelchair accessible. We are now partnered with Bristol's Mobility Centre and now have a limited number of wheelchairs available to reserve for free. We also have mobility scooters for available for a £10 hire charge. In order to secure a mobility scooter for your visit please book in advance online or by calling our friendly team on 01275 852606. 

Most of the zoo is wheelchair accessible. However, we are a working farm and therefore there is a mixture of paths, including concrete and gravel. 

Full Access Guide


You can ring the Zoo phone on 01275 852606 and follow the instructions to reach the cafe.


Yes, we offer free parking for cars and coaches and have disabled parking spaces beside the main entrance, reserved for blue badge holders.


We are only able to allow assistance dogs that have been trained by a charity that is a member of Assistance Dogs UK, this is because they have been trained to perform certain tasks for their human partner and will have been thoroughly assessed to ensure they are not a risk to members of the public or other animals at the zoo. No other dogs are permitted in the zoo.

Please do not leave dogs in the car, dogs left in hot cars will be reported to the police.

We ask that asisstance dogs permitted on site are easily identifiable where possible (visible coat or lead). Please do not enter the bird and duck walk through, Wings of Wonder, and try to avoid newborn animals. 


Yes, we offer a reduced rate for late entry. This does not require pre-booking, please arrive at the Zoo and ask for the late entry rate. See times and prices below.

December & January

2pm - 4pm (Last entry 3pm)

February to November

3pm - 5pm (Last entry 4pm)


No, we are open every day of the week!


Ages 15 and below

Unfortunately we do not offer work experience or volunteering for this age.

Ages 16 and above

We work exclusively with Weston College for work experience opportunities. If you are a student at Weston College, please speak to your tutor to find out how you can volunteer with us.

More Information

Adult volunteering (18+ only)

All adult volunteering opportunities are posted on our website. 

More Information


There is a designated smoking area which can be found opposite the meerkat enclosure. Smoking and vaping is not permitted anywhere else on site. 


You can support the zoo and the care of our animals by booking a visit to the zoo, purchasing one of our several gift and membership options or donating via the link below.



If you have booked a visit with us and one of your party are experiencing Covid-19 symptoms please do call us on 01275 852606 and we can reschedule your visit.


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