What is a dual member at Bristol Zoo?

What is a dual member at Bristol Zoo?

Dual Attraction Membership As a dual attraction member, you get all of the great Zoo stuff and these additional Wild Place Project goodies: Unlimited access (during normal opening hours) to Wild Place Project. Discounted entry all year round for friends and family to Wild Place Project*.

Do carers go free at Bristol Zoo?

Disabled adults or children can bring one carer with them free of charge when they pay full adult/child price (Advance booking still essential).

What is a super saver ticket at Bristol Zoo?

On their website they give each day a different colour, either yellow or blue. A flexi ticket costs a little more but allows you to visit on both yellow or blue days whereas a Super Saver means you can only visit on blue days.

How long do you need at Bristol Zoo?

You could easily spend a whole day here if you visit every part of the zoo and engage the children in all the activities and interactive displays. However, it’s a relatively small zoo, so you could do everything in 4-5 hours if you’re short on time or have kids who bound through each area fairly quickly!

Has Bristol Zoo reopened?

Bristol Zoo has said its grounds will be open to the public for free after it moves to a new home next year. The zoo has been in Clifton since 1836 but the charity plans to close in late 2022 and move to its Wild Place Project site, near junction 17 of the M5 in South Gloucestershire, to reopen in early 2024.

How long does it take to go around Bristol Zoo?

What’s happened to Bristol Zoo?

They will shut for the final time on January 4, 2022 but the rest of the Zoo will remain open until it closes finally in autumn 2022. The closure is part of the plan that will see a new, world-class Bristol Zoo open on the site of Wild Place Project in 2024.

Can I smoke at Bristol Zoo?

A: Bristol Zoo is proud to be a smoke free family attraction. Smoking and vaping are not permitted within the Zoo grounds. Smoking is permitted in designated areas outside of the Zoo entrance.

Is Bristol Zoo wheelchair friendly?

The Zoo is over 180 years old and contains a number of old buildings and structures – three of which are Grade II listed. However, most of the Zoo is accessible for wheelchair users and those with walking difficulties. Most paths are tarmac and there is level or ramped access to most buildings.

What are the benefits of a membership to Bristol Zoo Gardens?

Our memberships are jam packed with amazing features, such as: NEW – 10% member discount at The Hide all year round!** Unlimited FREE entry to Bristol Zoo Gardens for one year during normal opening hours. Discounted entry for friends and family all year round.*

How many times can I visit the Bristol Zoo in a year?

Visit as many times as you like. A Bristol Zoo Membership gives you unlimited entry into the Zoo for a whole year, giving you the freedom to enjoy the Zoo whenever you want – we’re open every day apart from Christmas Day. To find out about membership prices, click here.

How do I get a refund for my Bristol Zoo membership?

Simply email your contact telephone number and receipt details to [email protected] and we’ll call you to set up your new annual membership. The refund excludes any voluntary donation paid on admission, and is not valid for free memberships such as carers or children aged under two years.

How do I get in contact with Bristol Zoo?

You can contact us about membership on 0117 428 5416 or email us at [email protected]. * Please see our terms and conditions page for full T&Cs.