Thousands of visitors travelled to Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm last weekend as Britain basked in temperatures of more than 20 degrees Celsius.
Not only is Noah’s Ark the largest zoo in the south west of England, but it also allows big zoo animals to roam within large territories in more than 100 acres of pristine countryside. Noah’s Ark is famous for South West attractions as there are lions, tigers, giraffes and rhinos, massive indoor play areas and also tractor rides and a petting zoo.
Noah’s Ark is also recognised as a school trip destination as it is part of the ‘Learning Outside the Classroom’ scheme because of excellent teaching onsite and a wide variety of education resources. We are encouraging classrooms to make the most of the warm weather and book their school trips now before all the spaces go.
Jon Woodward, Communications manager at Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm, said: “We had a fantastic weekend at our zoo attractions. Sales of season tickets are up by 20% because there are so many things to enjoy here including being a zoo keeper for a day, educational school trips and the longest hedge maze in Europe. So if you want to spend as much time outdoors as possible, bring your family to our zoo for an unforgettable day out in Bristol.”
Noah’s Ark holds a number of events throughout the year and our Easter celebration will take place on Saturday, April 7. Your family can take part in an Easter Egg Trail with prizes and Easter eggs on offer, an Easter Craft session and a fun egg and spoon race.
To book your spot at our popular Easter event call 01275 852606 or email email@example.com.