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Noah's Ark Zoo Farm, Wraxall

#3 of 99 in Outdoors in Somerset
For a hands-on animal experience visit Noah's Ark Zoo Farm, a zoo and entertainment center based around a working farm. This zoo, which actively promotes animal protection and conservation, shelters numerous farm and exotic animals, including llamas, alpacas, wallabies, camels, giraffes, white rhinos, and lemurs. The all-weather attraction includes 12 indoor play areas, a performance space with seating for 500, and an indoor maze. Purchase a bag of animal food at the zoo’s shop and hand-feed goats, camels, deer, sheep, and pigs. Drop by the show pens to encounter horses, ponies, cows, and reindeer. The zoo also offers a variety of "keeper for a day" experiences, designed to suit animal lovers of all ages. Plan your visit ahead of time and book your tickets online. With our world travel planner, Wraxall attractions like Noah's Ark Zoo Farm can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • Firstly the staff were lovely and polite, offering good customer service. The animals seemed happy and well looked after, because of this I would return. A family of 4 cost £60 for entry, not overly e...  more »
  • We visited the zoo on a very cold, wet and windy day but were able to see all the animals thanks to indoor viewing places. They have warm indoor play areas that even the adults can join in with if the...  more »
  • Fabulous place, better than Bristol Zoo but two of the talks let it down! The talk to children on animals at the Ark were very interesting but ruined when the speaker started spouting about God creati...  more »
  • Brilliant! The animals are amazing and wild! The female Tiger was rubbing her head on the glass to me! Tigers are my favorite animal. Its clean and very friendly, they have a great little gift shop too, selling things like mugs, magnets, plastic toys, and stuffed toys. The animal show is great as you get to give a little lamb some drink. Great day out, you must go!!
  • This was a lovely day out with my two children. There was a lot of animals to see and you can get up close and enjoy seeing them. There is a nice range that you want find in other zoos nearby. The Elephant Eden was our favourite, especially the talk where we learnt how they look after the animals. There were parks for the children to play in and good facilities overall. There is the option to handle small animals as it combines the zoo and farm experience all into one. The talks were informative around the park and helped my children to appreciate the animals more. The maze was good fun but. E aware if you're going into the main one that it is long!
  • We had a lovely 5 hours here and with a voucher for a child entry it was good value. Plenty to see and it was delightful watching the elephants feed. There is a wide variety of animals which seem happy and well cared for as well as several play and picnic areas with plenty of tables so that you can take a break from the walking around. The Maze is good fun to do and you have to follow clues to complete the course which older children would find entertaining. Would definitely go back.
  • Family fun for all ages! We had a great time in our visit, the weather nearly put us off going, but we're so glad we did as the kids enjoyed it nearly as much as the adults! The animals are beautiful, and the activities for kids are great. We had a great time in the massive maze, despite a mid-way downpour! We'll definitely come back again.
  • Visited yesterday with 2 free adult tickets I'd won. Had to pay £14 for my 11 year old son. Wouldnt have gone had I had to pay for adults - extortionate price. The food and drinks were horrendously overpriced. £2.50 for a scoop of ice cream - really? £2.80 for a cup (not mug) of hot chocolate, wow. So glad I take my own food everywhere! The animals looked sad, some of the birds were caged in a dark dingy room with no way of seeing daylight (holes blocked off) safe to say I won't be going back. Absolute rip off

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