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Noah's Ark Zoo Farm, Wraxall

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Zoo / Aquarium Nature / Park
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. See Noah's Ark Zoo Farm and all Wraxall has to offer by arranging your trip with our Wraxall vacation planner.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • What a great day out! This zoo/farm has everything! Whoever designed this place needs a medal! It's not overly massive but not small, all animals have nice big areas to roam, you can go in the giraffe...  more »
  • It was great for all ages and yes the adults too, lots of animals to look at and the Gibbons were incredible watching them as they swung in their rather large in closure. Mazes were great fun and our ...  more »
  • My problems began as soon as I turned off the main road into Noah's Ark. I had never been to this Zoo before and I wanted to be as close to the Disabked Parking as possible as my sister (a very vulner...  more »
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  • Had a great day. My Grandchildren 3 & 5 loved it. We arrived at 10.30 and left at 5.00 only then because they were exhausted from all the running around and playing on the various activities. So much to do, so many animals to see. The park is well laid out with plenty of picnic areas with play things in each giving the adults time to sit and relax while they played. Lots of indoor activities if the weather is not too good. The animals had large open spaces to wander and all looked well cared for (not like a previous review I have just read) Tractor driver was great and made the ride fun for the kids. So much room to wander and play that even though it was school holidays it did not feel overcrowded. We will certainly return.
  • A really good day out. I spent the day at Noah's Ark with my 7 year old granddaughter who was visiting me from her home in New Zealand. The animals all looked healthy and clean, the enclosures too. We enjoyed feeding a lot of the animals and using the, many, play and picnic areas. The cafe served us a good lunch and the staff in all areas were friendly, helpful and well informed. Hopefully I shall be taking more of my grandchildren to visit before too long.
  • Absolutely terrible place, I went with my 5yr old for his summer school trip and we were there for 4-5 hrs and for the last 2 hrs we were bored and just wishing the time away. Awful selection of food at the "restaurant" it cost me £10 for 2 sausage rolls, 2 packets of crisps and 2 mars bars (only things that were available to buy). The maze was unpassable as it was so boggy, people were coming out stinking from sinking in the mud trying to get out of there. And lastly the animals were in very poor conditions, with many showing signs of distress, there were actually people upset at the way the female tiger was behaving in her enclosure as she was pacing at the fence and making a awful groaning sound, clearly not normal for these beautiful animals. I can honestly say I did not see 1 animal that looked content. This place needs to be reported to authorities and closed down.
  • A really good day out can get up close to the animals and esp good at feeding time, if the kids have enough of the animals for a bit can go into the soft play which has plenty to do. The only down side to the park is the cafe and the staff, is very expensive cost £5 for 3 cans of pop :-( so would bring your own drinks. And the food isn't good and very pricey. Spent £11 on food then after daughter wanted a ice cream for the walk tried to put £3 on card on top of what I already spent and was told no you need to spend £5 on card and the lady was very rude and ruined the day a little. Other then that a really fun day out and alot better then Bristol zoo. Would recommend taking own food and stay away from the dragon and over priced rubbish in the cafe :-)
  • Superb day out. Excellent adventure playground, wide range of interesting animals (I disagree with other comments 7 them being bored the pens / cages seemed lovely and spacious!) and lots of interesting displays for adults as well as kids! Apparently the Elephant enclosure alone is 20 acres (over 1.5x Bristol total size! ) - so no lack of space! Well worth a visit. Very different from Bristol Zoo - I'd do them both!