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Avon Valley Adventure & Wildlife Park, Bristol

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  • It's a fun day out overall, especially for younger children. On the downside, the outdoor play equipment is looking a bit tired now and a lot of the attractions are at extra cost which could make for ...  more »
  • Very good and enjoyable day out Visit often as we live locally - park is fully open inclusive of outside areas even in the winter - great softplay for the winter months too!  more »
  • A fantastic family day out for all families old or small. So many things and animals to do do and see.  more »
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  • My kids love it - there's such a variety of things to do. Lots of animals to see, playground equipment and indoor soft play means there's a suitable activity in all weathers. We've been to see Father Christmas too and that was also excellent. I think it's great value for money, staff I've found to always be helpful & polite and we've always enjoyed ourselves.
  • Such a lovely place to visit attractions everywhere animals of all shapes and sizes to watch, stroke and cuddle. Pig racing is such a good laugh. Food and indoor play area for sunny and especially for wet days
  • I feel like I've seen a lot of adverts for places like this saying "there's so much to see and do!" spoken by a woman in a not-especially-believable broadcast voice. You know the type - she has that invisible fake smile and too-quick delivery, with unnecessary emphasis on each 's'. Well I've never seen an advert for this place, but there really is so much to see and do. And while some of it might cot a few pennies extra, most of it doesn't. As a way to knacker out young ones (3-10 years, I would say) in a broadly pleasant setting without getting too horrendously bored yourself or resorting to alcohol this is a pretty good option. It's about £20 for one adult and one child, though.
  • Went for fireworks. Really good night. Car parking and traffic management great. Downside food queue was rediculous and what they had was expensive
  • Fantastic variety of fun rides places to explore with friendly staff. With the farm life and parks, this ought to excite any.